2015 Reading Challenge #2

Back in March I shared with you the first few books I read in 2015! My 101 in 1001 list has me reading 104 books and my Goodreads Reading Challenge is set at 52 books this year! Here is an update on the books I’ve been reading since my first post and make sure to follow me on Goodreads!

1. The Accidental Empress by Allison Pataki

My best friend suggested this after she finished reading it! We both love history and historical fiction and this book is the perfect mix. The Accidental Empress tells the story of  Elizabeth “Sisi” the duchess of Bavaria and her marriage to Franz Joseph of the Habsburgs!

2. Orange is the New Black by Piper Kerman

This was on my goodreads list for a while and when I found out I had to read it for school I was really excited. It was a good read and I gained a lot of insight into the lives of women in the corrections facility but it was not as interesting and scandalous as the TV show makes it out to be! I’m still glad I read it!

3. Confess by Colleen Hoover

Colleen Hoover is one of my favorite authors and wrote my all-time favorite book. So, when I saw she came out with another novel I bought it right away. Confess is gut wrenching and sad and beautiful and I can’t wait to re-read it.

4. P.S. I Still Love You by Jenny Han

So, the first book in this series (To All the Boys I’be Loved Before) is a book I read in May 2014 and finished in a day. I realized I had to wait a whole year for this book to come out and the day it did I say in my room and read it all day. So charming! The perfect beach read!

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

Another goal on my 101 list is to re-read the series! It’s my all time favorite. Not much to say except I love it so so much and if you’ve never read the Harry Potter series you are seriously missing out on all of the good things in life.

6. The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins  This book is a good read but is definitely over hyped. I enjoyed it and it was suspenseful at first but then it just became predictable. Many compare it to Gone Girl but I don’t really agree with that.

7. Never Never 1 by Colleen Hoover and Tarryn Fisher  Another book by my favorite author and this time she collaborated with another YA author. You guys, if you want a short, suspenseful, amazing read this is your book! Then go and read part two!!

8. Never Never 2 by Colleen Hoover and Tarryn Fisher 
Everything mentioned above and more! You find out a bit of information! Waiting for part three of this series is actually torturing me.

9. Moonglass by Jessi Kirby

Another beach read that made me wish I was living on the beach. I really love reading Young Adult books and this is a great example if that!

10. Sugar by Deidre Riordan Hall

This book made me really sad. I just felt all of the pain Sugar felt throughout the novel and it made me cry multiple times.

11. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

I love Harry Potter and re-reading the series. Not much else to say! Except can we all take moment to appreciate Dobby because he is the best!

12. Hopeless by Collen Hoover  My favorite book ever. I’ve read it about 15 times now and it never gets old for me. If you’re looking for a new read this is my first suggestion. Love it so much!

13. Worth the Wait by Jamie Beck

Predictable but good. Sometimes you just need a predictable cheesy read that is easy and fast. This is one of those for me!

14. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by J.K. Rowling 
 LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE. So many details I forgot about and I’m so glad I’m re-reading!

15. Follow Me Home by Mark Edwards

So many good things I could say about this novel! This is so suspenseful and VERY unpredictable which I love! Couldn’t put it down and finished so quickly. If you’re looking for a new Gone Girl this is it!

What should I read next?

What is your favorite book?

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2 comments
  1. Hi there! Great book list! 🙂 Never Never is definitely an awesome choice! 🙂

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