Friday, 28 August 2015

Read & Reviewed #3


Not going to lie, I'm willing on Autumn now, I feel like we haven't even had a Summer this year! I can't wait for cosy jumpers and candles and the leaves changing colour. Not to mention going back to uni for my final year, and squeezing in as much bookworm time in between that! I'm super excited for this Read & Reviewed post as these 3 books are some of my favourites I've read all year! 

More Than This by Patrick Ness - 4/5

The story is set around a boy who drowns, but instead of dying, wakes up naked and alone, deserted in some dystopian world. I really really enjoyed reading this book, without giving too much away I found this book very quick moving, it had a lot of twists and turns and I didn't expect the book to go the way it did, which is always good! I was a little disappointed by the ending, but apart from that it's super exciting and leaves you wanting more! 

Paper Towns by John Green - 4/5

I'm sure everyone and their grandma has heard of Paper Towns, especially since the movie is out! Anyway it's based around Quentin, who lives next door to Margot, who he has loved since they were little, although they barely talk anymore. When she shows up at his window they have a night full of adventure, but when she goes missing the next morning, Quentin takes it upon himself to follow her clues and find her. Again I loved reading this book, I found it super interesting and enjoyed the journey the characters went on. Although again I was a little disappointed by the ending, but you can't have it all! 

The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern - 5/5

The circus arrives without warning and opens at night, behind the scenes of the circus two young magicians are preparing for a duel, set upon them by their mentors. I absolutely loved this book, it was so so descriptive, you feel like you're actually at the circus with the smells, tastes and sounds, hot chocolate and treats! I loved getting to know all the performers in the circus and all the different attractions. It's a beautiful book, romantic and exciting and I would highly recommend it! 


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  1. This post really makes me want to get back into reading again, I think I'd love the Night Circus!
    Jodie, xo // Jodie Loue

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  2. I'm halfway through Paper Towns and really enjoying it, so I'm sure I'd love the others too :)

    Claire | Stylingo.co.uk | xx

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