Today’s PGC takes a little detour from the usual planner orientated posts we normally have. Today we get to discuss something even closer to my heart…books!
Obviously the title says what the post is about, my favourite books.
I will begin with the book which has been a favourite since childhood.
The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe by C.S Lewis. I adore this book, while I enjoy the entire series this one is my ultimate. Not only do I love the book I love the old 80’s series and the modern films.
There is something magical reading about Narnia, the wish to want to be there with them and experience it all. To stroke Aslan’s beautiful mane.
It never fails to make me feel good.
Next up we have The Picture Of Dorian Gray. Admittedly I watched the film before reading the book and I loved it. Then I read the book and loves it more. Oscar Wilde’s play on words is amazing. He really knows how to tell a story.
A more modern and recent addition is that of Six of Crows and Crooked Kingdom. I just love this, I feel invested in the characters. I got emotional about things and really felt the scenes playing out in the head.
Another favourite of mine is Me Before You by Jojo Moyes. This book made me heartbroken, honestly I felt it all. I was so angry with him at first. I really felt like I was part of it.
Another which I love and have read a few times now is The Host by Stephanie Meyer. The concept just blew me away. Even though there is heavy critiscm I love it. I really wanted a sequel to this book so badly.
The Sharani series by Kevin Nielsen is a more recent addition. After been given a copy to review I bought all the others and the novella in the series and devoured them within 4 days.
So there you have my absolute favourites. There are many more books I love but those are the top of my head favs.
To see the other ladies lists please click the links below:)
Thanks for reading.
The Stationery Geekette x
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