I have a load of books that I absolutely love and I am going to share a few that you should definitely read!
- Call me by your name – André Aciman (this book is perfect for reading when relaxing in the sun. It is so powerful yet calming to read)
- The other side of lost – Jessi Kirby (if your looking for an inspirational read this summer then this should definitely be on your list! It is emotional and empowering)
- Noughts and crosses – Malorie Blackman ( one of my favourite book series which take a look at a hard hitting topic yet has a great storyline)
- This Splintered Silence – Kayla Olsen (a book based on crime yet it different to anything I had read before and I really like it)
Many thanks, Caitlin X
(Ps please comment your book recommendations)
Every new year everyone makes a list of all their resolutions such as eat healthy or go to the gym. I have never been someone to make new year resolutions however this year I have decided to make a list of book related ones and I thought I would share !
- Continue to read something each day. Whether that’s a sentence,page or chapter.
- Read more books from different genres. Explore genres I haven’t really read and give them a chance.
- To write more reviews on the books I read.
- Try to recommend more books to other people.
- Inspire people to read through this blog
- Enjoy taking the time to read
I hope these may even inspire some of your resolutions!
May thanks, Caitlin x
(PS please comment any of your new year resolutions)
I am currently reading Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie. I have been wanting to read this book for a while now but the recent release of the film adaptation really made me go out and buy it. It had been recommended to me a lot as it is a crime book however it is written in a great way. The story is a great mystery. How did this crime happen and who did it?
I have read about half of the book so far and I really like it. The format of the book really helps to keep you intrigued as it is split into sections of the investigation. Chapters based off of how they are completing the investigation. Each interview is given its own time to be said and explored. The idea of the crime is also so very exciting. It seems like an impossible crime and being able to read on the find out all the clues and discoveries is very exciting.
It is a very intricate storyline with the ‘impossible’ crime having to be explained and figured out. I am surprised the book is as small as it is due to this and how they managed to fit this investigation into that amount of pages.
I am really excited to finish reading this book, I would say more than usual as it is a story I have become invested into. I am looking forward to exploring who commited the crime and how they did it.
I know this is a short blog post but I Just wanted to share what I am reading currently and how I would recommend to anyone who haven’t read it to do so. It is a great book and I have heard great things for the rest of the book.
Many thanks, Caitlin x
(PS please feel free to comment if you have ever read this book or would like to)