Hey again!
So as many of you may know, I often upload or heart quotes from different books and that´s because I love reading.
I decided to show you 3 of my personal favorites, but not the ones everyone knows... so here are some underrated books that are just as good as the popular ones.

1. The next thing on my list - Jill Smolinski

This book tells the story of June Parker, who is happy with her life until she has a car crash in which a girl she had just met dies by accident. She finds out that the girl had a list of things she wanted to do before dying and so, June, feeling responsable for her death, decides to finish them herself.
I think this book was only a best seller in Germany, but it should definitely be known worldwide. The story is touching but it also has romance, funny moments and of course, sad and inspiring events.

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“People are living too much or too little, and I wondered if anyone out there is living the right amount.”

2. Falling into place - Amy Zhang

This book begins right in the moment in which Liz Emerson is committing suicide. However, the story goes backwards so as it goes on and on, you get to see why she did it.
It´ s one of those books that make you realize how important it is to treat others with respect and to have some love for yourself too. Also it is very poetic and well written.

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"Her world was almost beautiful. She didn't care if it was false."

3. The "How to train your dragon" saga (12 books)

- How to Train Your Dragon
- How to Be a Pirate
- How to Speak Dragonese
- How to Cheat a Dragon's Curse
- How to Twist a Dragon's Tale
- A Hero's Guide to Deadly Dragons
- How to Ride a Dragon's Storm
- How to Break a Dragon's Heart
- How to Steal a Dragon's Sword
- How to Seize a Dragon's Jewel
- How to Betray a Dragon's Hero
- How To Fight A Dragon's Fury

Stop before you say I´m crazy! I know most people think those are A LOT of books or that they are for little kids anyway. I´m not gonna lie, they kind of are: they have illustrations and a fictional story that (obviously) includes dragons, but let´s not judge a book by its cover. The story is (very) different from the one in the movies and it has a mature message. The characters are cute, the story is funny, it has TONS of beautiful quotes and... the moral of the story is just unique.
It follows the many adventures of Hiccup, a young viking who proves peace can exist between dragons and vikings (animals and humans) and that becoming a hero doesn't depend on how you look or what others expect from you but on how you prove you can achieve anything.

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"There's no such thing as im-possible, Hiccup, only im-probable. The only thing that limits us are the limits to our imagination.”

That´s it for now. Thanks for reading!
Remember you can send me a postcard if you have any questions or if you just want to talk. I´m always there.
Now parts 2 and 3 of the article are available here:

Lots of love, Nat.