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youngadultatbooktopia:

If you only read the books that everyone else is reading, you can only think what everyone else is thinking.
– Haruki Murakami

ifreakinlovebooks:

"I love you always. Time means nothing.”

ifreakinlovebooks:

"I love you always. Time means nothing.”

nprbooks:

Beach libraries. (Enough said.)

We ate at a restaurant that also sells books. They donate the money from the books to a local children’s charity. I thought that was fantastic and enjoyed scanning the shelves while waiting for my food.

"Take someone who likes to read; give her a comfy place to do so and ample time for doing it; add one good book, and then more; stand back."
- Lewis Buzbee, The Yellow-Lighted Bookshop (via literaryescapist)

wearethetay:

jedavu:

Charming Illustrated Cinemagraphs Reflect The Idyllic Mood Of Lazy Summer Days

by Rebecca Mock 

You can feel each one…

cityofclockworkk:

The struggle between wanting to savor every page of a good book because you don’t want it to end and wanting to quickly finish it because you want to know what happens

thegeekcooks:

This is basically what it’s like to be an adult.

Thirteen Stories - Eudora Welty

This book was on my college bound reading list. It’s a shame that I didn’t read it until a year before I graduated. There were times when I felt like the stories went over my head, but Eudora Welty writes such descriptive stories that I didn’t care.

Lethal - Sandra Brown

Sandra Brown writes suspense novels with an added bit of romance. This one I think I enjoyed most out of all the few that I’ve read. What I enjoyed is that though I made a guess at who the main bad guy was my guess was so far off. Then when I looked back I could see how it all made sense, and I saw the small clues that I missed.

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone - J.K. Rowling

I feel that I don’t have to say much about this one. The title speaks for itself.

City of Heavenly Fire - Cassandra Clare

I felt this was a fitting end to a series that I’ve spent years of my life with. Of course there were moments where I wanted to throw the book, moments when I held the book close and didn’t want to put it down, and there were moments when I might have teared up. I’m looking forward to reading the next series. 

Deadline - Sandra Brown

Two Sandra Brown books in one month, Oh My! Though I still believe that I loved Lethal more than this book, I can say that it was extremely enjoyable. I enjoy her writing style, and the characters she creates. This book had the best plot twist I have ever seen. I never saw it coming, and there weren’t many if any clues at all. Those are the best plot twists.

The Last Forever - Deb Caletti

This book was fantastic, I even gave it five stars. This book is an incredible book about loss and moving on. I loved the way it was written. In the beginning it felt hard to read, like her thoughts were jumbled and short. Then I remembered when I lost someone close to me, and that was very accurately written. There was a side romance in the book, but it was not the main point of the story. I honestly cried while reading, but I cry over a lot of books. I think the main reason I cried was because I had a very similar relationship in my lifetime. I absolutely loved this book, and am actually going to throw it at my aunt and tell her to read it. That is how you know I thoroughly enjoyed a book. 

Total Book Count: 6
Total Page Count: 2642

Thirteen Stories - Eudora Welty

This book was on my college bound reading list. It’s a shame that I didn’t read it until a year before I graduated. There were times when I felt like the stories went over my head, but Eudora Welty writes such descriptive stories that I didn’t care.

Lethal - Sandra Brown

Sandra Brown writes suspense novels with an added bit of romance. This one I think I enjoyed most out of all the few that I’ve read. What I enjoyed is that though I made a guess at who the main bad guy was my guess was so far off. Then when I looked back I could see how it all made sense, and I saw the small clues that I missed.

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone - J.K. Rowling

I feel that I don’t have to say much about this one. The title speaks for itself.

City of Heavenly Fire - Cassandra Clare

I felt this was a fitting end to a series that I’ve spent years of my life with. Of course there were moments where I wanted to throw the book, moments when I held the book close and didn’t want to put it down, and there were moments when I might have teared up. I’m looking forward to reading the next series. 

Deadline - Sandra Brown

Two Sandra Brown books in one month, Oh My! Though I still believe that I loved Lethal more than this book, I can say that it was extremely enjoyable. I enjoy her writing style, and the characters she creates. This book had the best plot twist I have ever seen. I never saw it coming, and there weren’t many if any clues at all. Those are the best plot twists.

The Last Forever - Deb Caletti

This book was fantastic, I even gave it five stars. This book is an incredible book about loss and moving on. I loved the way it was written. In the beginning it felt hard to read, like her thoughts were jumbled and short. Then I remembered when I lost someone close to me, and that was very accurately written. There was a side romance in the book, but it was not the main point of the story. I honestly cried while reading, but I cry over a lot of books. I think the main reason I cried was because I had a very similar relationship in my lifetime. I absolutely loved this book, and am actually going to throw it at my aunt and tell her to read it. That is how you know I thoroughly enjoyed a book. 

Total Book Count: 6

Total Page Count: 2642

thebooker:

I’m reading on the train and I’m armed with a warning for the loud people.

thebooker:

I’m reading on the train and I’m armed with a warning for the loud people.

"I’m an adult, but not like a real adult"
- anyone between the ages of 18 and 25 (via prettyboystyles)