Sunday, 28 August 2016

4 Books To Add To Your Reading List

Over the past couple of months I have got into reading much more, completing a book every few days. I've been gripped by several over the past couple of weeks, so today I thought I would share with you four books that I think you should add to your reading list for the start of Autumn. 

After Anna | This book is one that you could easily read in one sitting on a rainy Sunday. It's about a girl who disappears from school, but then is suddenly returned a week later; a fact that is plastered on both the back and front pages, but it's one that I wish they missed out just to add to the suspense of the book. After Anna is one hell of a page turner and had me gripped from the first page to last. If you're a fan of stories like Gone Girl then this book will no doubt have you hooked like it did me. 

Harry Potter | It's no surprise that the Harry Potters made it into this list as they are some of the most comforting, easy to read books in my collection. I'm a massive fan of the films, so when I got back into reading, I knew that I wanted to re-read the books too. They're great to delve in to if you're looking to get lost in a book for an hour or two. 

The Night Circus | If you like a strong storyline and less detail then this one won't be for you, but this magical, fantasy book had me hooked. It's a dark tale that isn't scary but will entice you to read more and more. The writer's in-depth description of the circus itself is amazing and from the get-go you have a clear vision of what the circus looks like. Poppet, Widget and Bailey are the characters I connected with the most and although I wish they focused more upon them, I still thoroughly enjoyed it - One to add to your reading list! 

Can You Keep A Secret | If you're a fan of "chick lit" then you will definitely love this offering. For me, it was the perfect pick-me-up after a long day at work and one that I read in only two sittings. If you're looking for a book to read on your commute or you want to ease yourself back into reading, then look no further. Of course the storyline isn't the strongest, but the characters are easily relatable and you can get very emotionally attached to the story once you get going. 

What books have you been enjoying lately?

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