The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald: a mustttt read at one point in your life, AMAZING!

Sarah’s Key by Tatiana de Rosnay: so terribly sad but a must.

Me before you by Jojo Moyes: inspirational, beautiful, emotional, life changing and just amazing. must read. I could not put it down.

The Invisible Bridge by Julie Orringer: loved it, nerve racking and a beautiful love story at the same time. before, during, and after WW2. 

The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins: so unbelievably weird but fantastic, read all 3!

The Lost Wife by Alyson Richman: A WW2 store, a Love story, a terribly heartbreaking story,a tummy hurting story, a tearful store, and a must read story.

The Glass Castle by Jeanette Walls: you will learn to appreciate life, great book and true story

The Catcher in the Rye by J.D Salinger: just one of those books you have to read if you haven’t already in HS.

The Summer we Read Gatsby by Danielle Ganek: great beach read, and its a must because they speak about the one and only F. Scott Fitzgerald

Life with my sister Madonna by Christoper Ciccone: very interesting, you find out things you would never know otherwise.

The 50 shades of Gray Trilogy by E.L. James: totally sexual like very very sexual, i guess you should read it if your tempted and curious we all are, very repetitive and irritating at some points but definitely addictive and good!

Where Rainbows End by Cecilia Anhern: makes your stomach hurt from the love they had for one another that neither of them ever knew about….until..

The Book Thief by Markus Zusak: unbelievable

The Help by Kathryn Stocket: great book and movie tells it all as well

Room by Emma Donoghue: imagine your all you know in the world is a single room, and thats normal to you. That is what 5 year old Jacks life consists of with his mom…. read it to find out his story. 

Sundays at Tiffanys by  James Patterson: gives you hope to be able to fantasize as well

Glamour by Louise Bagshawe: Fabulous read about 3 totally different girls who we all wish we can be

The Girl who Played with Fire by Steig Larsson: stimulating and gripping (if you feel up to it move onto the other 2 books by him)

The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield: so weird, but so good.

We need to talk about Kevin by Lionel Shriver: was recommended to me, so I read it. I hated the first half, second half was great. Very sad, weird, intense,quite tragic, and you have to be able to deal with the characters personalities.

Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn: really good! a best seller! psycho woman frames her husband for murder. Kind of scares you to ever trust a man but its a book right?

Guilty Wives by James Patterson: amazing,gripping,makes you mad, tragically sad, end brings it all together.

The Innocents by Francesca Segal: for a WEJ it is so familiar it is creepy, based on a couple living in North London

Three Little Words by Ashley Rhodes : starts with a girls love letters to her older sisters boyfriend while in the army, leads to her moving back home bc of her recent divorce, him being back home after 14 years in the army, will they fall in love? great book!!! 

Two brothers by Ronald H. Balsonan amazing story about a family who adopts a german boy when his mother dies while giving birth and how they approach his true blood during Nazi Germany. 

Once we were brothers by Ben Elton: WW2 story about two boys who were once brothers, but one being born German is drawn to the Nazi side, 60 years later we hear the story of how he betrayed his family 

Khaled Housseini=

  • The Kite Runner : a book we all have to read at one point in our live
  • A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Housseini: I liked it even more then Kite Runner, great book for woman

Kristin Hannah=

  • Firefly Lane: depressing but so good and written so well.
  • Winter Garden: secrets, mysteries, indifference, and tragedies. The end is unbelievable
  • Angel Falls: tragic accident, leads to a husband fighting to get his wife to love him again.

Jodi Piccoult= all her books are great if you are into tragedies, secrets, and sadness. 

  • Nineteen Minutes: addicting- about a school shooting 
  • House Rules: asberger’s and a murder….
  • The Pact: still tormented by this tragic book but was really good
  • My Sisters Keeper: so so so so sad
  • Vanishing Acts: finds out about a life she never knew of….
  • Perfect Match: son is being sexually abused 
  • The Storyteller: unbelievable story, the characters stories draw you in and paint a picture of the events that happened. Not Jodi’s usual topic: The Holocaust – my fave topic
Emily Griffin=
  • Something Borrowed/Something Blue:  cute author, cute read, cute characters, cute movie
  • Love the One You Are With: really irritating because she doesn’t appreciate what she has but really good

All the Gossip Girl, A-List, The Clique Books are fun reads (for middle schoolers or if you want a dumb beach read).

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