Top Ten Books I want to Reread9:48 AM
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The Shock of the Fall by Nathan Filer - one of my all time favourite books, I don't want to say too much what it's amount because all I knew when I went into it was the blurb and that's what made it so gripping and so intriguing and just made you want to read more. So go look for the blurb, or just go out and get it! It's just an amazing book and I want to read it again soon.
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night time by Mark Haddon - I read this a while ago and remember how much I enjoyed it, but it's been that long I can barely remember what happens in this book! I know that this is a book told from the perspective of a young boy who suffers from Autism, which immediately drew me into this book.
Before I go to Sleep by S.J.Watson - this is now a film and I wanted to reread it before I get to the film (but that probably won't happen) this is about a woman who loses her memories every time she goes to sleep, she starts to keep a diary that she reads every morning and things don't start to make much sense anymore, there's a huge twist at the end which is great and it can be quite tedious for a little while but hang in there it gets good.
Broken Soup by Jenny Valentine - I remember nothing at all about this book.. I just remember finding it very strange and interesting which is why I really need to reread it!
Lola Rose by Jacqueline Wilson - childhood favourite that I really want to read again as yet again, I remember nothing about it, I swear, I'm not a goldfish.
Zelah Green by Vanessa Curtis - this is about a girl who suffers from OCD and is sent into a young persons mental hospital where she meets people with lots of different mental illnesses and this was the first ever book that got me interested in mental illness and how it works, so you could say this book steered me towards Psychology!
The Fault in Our Stars by John Green - Do I need to say more?
1984 by George Orwell - one of my all time favourite books, again the memory of what happens in this book is starting to fade so I'm going to have to pick it up again soon!
Missing Judy by Anne Cassidy - this author writes crime for young adults and oh my god did she do it well, this book is about a girl who's little sister went missing and it's several years later (I think ten, can't remember exactly) and she's still seeing her ghost and feeling guilty about the whole thing, you do find out what happened to Judy and it is a big twist and I really enjoyed this and want more books by Anne Cassidy, PRONTO.
Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck - read this in high school and absolutely adored it, really want to read it again soon.
So that's it for this weeks Top Ten Tuesday, what books do you want to reread?