Three books I should’ve already read

Hi guys,

I talk a lot about YA books and I do read a lot of YA books. But I have to admit that sometimes I am ashamed of some of the books I haven’t read yet. I’m pretty busy with my internship, study and parttime job at de Bijenkorf, but still… I wonder why I haven’t picked up some of the books you’ve probably read. It’s not that I don’t want to read them, I do, but the moment still hasn’t come that I felt like: YES I need to read this right now. So please convince me to read these books in the comments down below!

Books I should have already read

 

Fangirl Limited Collectors Edition1. Fangirl – Rainbow Rowell
When did I get it: Maybe 2 years ago or something? I didn’t even notice I bought a special edition, I just ordered it only. It sounded pretty funny and people were raving about it so why not buy it, right?
Why I haven’t read it yet: Not sure, maybe lost interest in it after hearing so many people talking about it? I felt like it was gonna disappoint me, but maybe I’m just scared of having high expectations of the book. Plus people then convinced me to read Eleanor & Park first but I haven’t done that either…

 

 

All the Brigh Places2. All the Bright Places – Jennifer Niven
When did I get it: just after it was released. I was so excited for the book! I was reading a lot of ‘depressing’ books around that time so this book seemed to be perfect. I have that every once in a while. So back then, people loved it, and again, high expectations.
Why I haven’t read it yet: I think that it’s the same with Fangirl: I have super high expectations of the book and I’m just scared that once I’ll read it I won’t like it as much as I hope I do right now. Just looking at it wondering whether or not I’ll like it is enough for now.

 

Throne of Glass3. Throne of Glass – S.J. Maas
When did I get it: Right after A Court of Mist and Fury came around last year. I finished it and thought: okay, I never imagined myself to read high fantasy like this, so maybe I’ll like Maas’ other books as well. And so it happened, I bought the first book. I also own a copy of the fifth book which is signed. No copies of the other books.
Why I haven’t read it yet: I think that, like I said, I never see myself as a really big fan of high fantasy books but then again I adore the Court of Thorns and Roses series so why wouldn’t I like it? But also because it’s a huge series and if I find myself liking it, I will want to read all books and I need summer vacation to do that.

 

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Please tell me which of these three books I really have to read and also explain to me why! Maybe you can convince me to read these beauties! 

Nanouk Meijer

Nanouk is the founder and owner of the website. She runs the website, takes care of the lay-out, give-aways, social media, book reviews and events. She is 21-years old and is currently studying 'Comparative Literature' at Utrecht University. She also reviews for YABC and spends too much money on books. This year she is also the PR & Marketing intern at HarperCollins Holland.

2 Comments

  1. I read Fangirl and All the Bright Places and I loved them both. Both books are really well written and therefore do not take much time to read (in my experience). I’ve no experience with A Throne of Glass, but I am very curious about it, I’ve read so many good reviews online đŸ™‚

  2. I have the same with Fangirl, still have to read that book! All the bright places is such a beautiful book. It still gives me goosebumps when I think about it.
    Throne of glass is good, I am currently reading Heir of Fire

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