Hey fellow hearters! <3 So for this article I decided to write about books. I my self has a HUGE obsession with books, and whenever I get a chance, I'll read!
So, here are some amazing books to dive in to this fall and winter.

  • Jane Eyre
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Jane Eyre was written in 1847 by the English author Charlotte Brontë. It's about a poor orphan girl childhood, and how she grows up to become an amazing woman! I don't want to spoil too much, cause you should really read it! It changed the literary and some call Charlotte Brontë the "first historian of the private consciousness", because we see it from Jane´s point of view, with her feelings and the hole shebang! Also, if you should ever feel like seeing the movie, please watch the original one! The one they made a few years ago is a freaking disgrace to the original one (sorry not sorry)
  • Kingsbrigde Series
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In the Kingsbrigde Series there a three books: The Pillars of the Earth, published in 1989, World without end, published in 2007, A Column of fire, published in 2017. If you're are into historical mixed with fictional novels, this one's for you! The book follows the same fictional town: Kingsbrigde in England, and follows the same family throwout centuries. The pillars of the earth takes place in 12th, and the last book takes place in the 16th. My favorite of these books are the first one Pillars of The Earth, - it has an amazing and very detailed storyline and an epic lovestiry, I will never get over this book! You don't have to read all of them if you don't want to, and you also don't have to read the first onto understand the second and so on.
  • The sun and her flowers
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So, this is one of my all time favorite collections of books! Rupi Kaur is a freaing genies who first published Milk and Honey who took the world by storm. I've re-read this book so many times over the summer, and for each time, I fall more and more in love with it! The poems are about growth, love, heartbreak, women empowerment, death and so much more. This is a book you'd ever grow tired of.
  • The Forgotten Garden
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This book you guys... THIS BOOK!!!! I first discovered it when I was around 15, and eery year I read it. honestly, every year I will re-read this freaking masterpiece! I don't ever think I can get enough of it. It's been my all time favorite book ever since, and if I could choose just one book to read for the rest of my life, it would be this one! I would write a resumé, but I honestly don't know how too, it's really complicated, but not in a complicated way, you know! Anyways, it takes place in England in different time lines the end of the 19th to the beginning of the 21th, following a couple of families that are connected. One of the main characters are Eliza Makepeace, and I've always felt kind of connected to her, because she doesn't really know where she fits in, and she's just trying to be habby. Well, do yourself a favor and read it!
  • The Rosie Project
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This is probably one of the sweetest romantic novels I've ever read! And I don't really do romantic stories. It's about a man who is a genies, but is incredibly socially awkward! He creates a 16 pages questionnaire base on science, called The Wife Project. He meets Rosie, who is anything but suitably for his project, but well yes... Read the book guys, it's hella cute!

Hope you enjoined it! <3