I have a couple of books that are truly gems in my life, it seems quite selfish to keep them for myself though I do hope that some of you can assure me that I'm not the only one blowing my mind with what I read. Here's a personal look into my sacred library:

Looking for Alaska

It's by far my most treasured book in my collection, its has a personal feel to it somehow for me it sort of sends a message for anyone going through grief. How the characters experienced it, how they reacted, how they changed because of it. It was absolutely beautiful. Nothing short from the genius of John Green.

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"how will I ever get out of this labyrinth of suffering?"

Will Grayson, Will Grayson

Lets get the John Green fangirling over with. This John Green and David Levithan novel in particular has a very funny history in my library. Currently I own 2 copies and I do love them dearly, worth the money. It's a beauty of a book about homosexuality and identity, with the characters being so alive and real I would recommend it for those looking for a lighter read. Maybe even buy it for the sake of boredom, easy read for anyone but a bit explicit so tread carefully into the John Green and David Levithan waters to those underage rebels.

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“Maybe there's something you're afraid to say, or someone you're afraid to love, or somewhere you're afraid to go."

Shatter Me Series

The first book in the series was one that my friend introduced me to, making me think it was actually about a monster of some sorts, but in actuality it's a struggle of someone trying to stop the monster that she thinks she is. It's very empowering without the stereotypical love story that most inspiring books come with. The delight of fantasy in a post-apocalyptic setting so if you enjoy X-Men and the sorts then you should find enjoyment in Tahereh Mafi's books.

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“I'm oxygen and he's dying to breathe.”

One of Us is Lying

It's caught my attention that I really like mystery in all forms of entertainment but I have only a few truly mystery novels in my collection, but this fairly new novel is one that I like to mention to anyone who would listen. It's fascinating how many topics was discussed in the book and how I was able to relate to quite a few of them. But a trigger warning for you because some topics may be disturbing for some people but if you also really like mystery as much as I do then you should try and get a copy of Karen M. Mcmanus' homage to The Breakfast Club.

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"It concerns me you're avoiding a promise not to murder me.”

ty for reading!