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And here goes, a list of my top 10 favourite books ever. Let me know what yours are! I would love recommendations.
10. Breakfast at Tiffany’s – Truman Capote
I absolutely loved this book! What an intriguing character! If you haven’t read it yet you totally should – what a classic.
9. Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
Ok this may be cheating a little bit as it’s a play script, but I LOVE IT!!! I was worried it wouldn’t live up to the rest of the Harry Potter books, but it was amazing and it cleared up so much. It is the fastest I’ve ever read a book, I couldn’t put it down.
8. The Queen’s Fool – Phillipa Gregory
I really really enjoyed this book! It was great and not like anything I had read before. It had a historical and a magical element and I found it so easy to put myself in the character’s shoes.
I really enjoyed this book. The characters were portrayed beautifully. The scene was set so well I wish I could have been inside the book. The Hidden Cottage sounds idyllic.
6. A Place of Greater Safety – Hillary Mantel
This book is huge. And I mean huge. But it is so good! I think I only love it so much because my favourite topic in school was the French Revolution and this book really brought it to life. I got to know the characters, she writes in such an interesting way.
5. To the moon and back by Jill Mansell
I really enjoy Jill Mansell’s books because I just love the detail she puts into each character and location and how she sets the story.
4. Wedding Night by Sophie Kinsella
I just love the way she writes too. I find her books so easy to read and enjoyable! The good thing is I don’t find any of her books too samey which I do find when I read some other author’s books.
3. Sophie Kinsella’s shopaholic series
I think these books are just fun, they are easy to read while relaxing in the bath. They give you that feel-good feeling.
2. The Truth About Melody Browne
I don’t even know what it is about this book, I just really enjoyed reading it. I don’t usually like books that are in the slightest bit sad but there was just something about this one. It was weird, but good.
1. Harry Potter series – J.K. Rowling
I just absolutely love these books. As soon as I pick them up I am transported into another world, one full of magic and excitement where I can forget all of my worries and dream of chocolate frogs, butter beer, castles and magical creatures.
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