Friday Favorites

Friday Favorites #2


Friday Favorites : Books for Twenty-somethings (Fiction)


Never Let Me Go by Kazoo Ishiguro

**This is on my Top Picks List**

Never Let Me Go is an outstanding book and I think that everyone should read this book. However, I think that every twenty-something should add this to their TBR list. The characters are beautifully crafted and the story is unsettling in a good way. The writing is equally as amazing and please just go read this book. You won’t be disappointed.

My Full Review Here.

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The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath

If you didn’t have this book as required reading in school, then head on to the bookstore and buy it. The Bell Jar is semi-autobiographical and is very well-written. This book is considered a classic and I just think it’s a book you should be able to say you have read. (I put this book on the fiction list since it is only semi-autobiographical)

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Girls In White Dresses by Jennifer Close

This is on a list for the second time. This book wasn’t particularly my favorite but I believe there are quite a few twenty-somethings that could really relate. Enjoy!

Check Out My Review Soon!

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Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

Most of us have probably read this book in high school. And though some of us (including me) LOVED this book, others may have not. Mostly because it was homework. Read it again. And enjoy it. It is actually an amazing book and read it for enjoyment, not for a class.

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Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn

Because we all need a little thrill in our lives.

Full Review Coming Soon!

Enjoy! Happy Reading!


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