Sorry for posting so late, but I think this will make all the lovely bookworms of you really happy. As you probably all know, I myself am a big bookworm. Actually I started being one just a few years ago, two or three I think. And now, those three months I got to spend in Berlin, just made me even a bigger one.
I think you know that I had this beautiful huge bookshop about ten minutes away from my apartment. It was always open until midnight (yes, seriously), so whenever I had a bad day or just didn’t know what to do, I went to stroll through the bookshelves, looking for the newest story for me to be obsessed with. That also meant that I needed a small suitcase just for all the books I had bought. And read, of course. And because I’ve had my nose in books for the past months and due to that read some really amazing fiction, I thought why not present them to you and update my book club. Enjoy.
Girl Online – Going Solo by Zoe Sugg
I guess you all know that I’m completely in love with this story about shy, but extremely talented and cute Penny and her on and off boyfriend, who’s also the biggest rockstar ever, Noah. Oh and let’s not forget her best friend Elliot, who’s literally the special sparkle of every single page.
I fell in love with the series when I read the first book three years ago and since then I’ve had my timer set for the release of the next page turner. So I can really just recommend this series to you, it’s breathtakingly amazing.
Super Awkward by Beth Garrod
This is the kind of book that you read and know exactly how the character feels. You just GET THEM. Actually, the story is about Bella Fisher, who herself calls her an absolute disaster when it comes to living her life. She’s awkward, a geek and somehow always does the wrong thing at the wrong time. And then she meets the hottie Zac, who isn’t just pure perfectness but also likes Bellas awkwardness. But how can she keep him while spinning a net of lies?
Honestly, this book was super amazing. I loved every single page and there wasn’t only one moment I felt so bad for Bella and just wanted to disappear with her together. It’s a must, seriously.
If I was Your Girl by Meredith Russo
This is a book that perfectly fits into the currently popular topics of our society. It’s about a girl called Amanda who moves into a new town and is now the girl at school. But nobody knows that Amanda was once called Andrew, something Amanda wants to leave behind. But then she meets Grant and slowly falls in love with him. Telling him her secret would ruin everything but how can she go on without being honest?
Actually, this was one of those books I had saved on my book list. And I wasn’t disappointed, not for one single moment. If any of you want to read a book about such a relevant topic, I highly recommend you reading this. It’s beautiful.
Everything Everything by Nicola Yoon
I guess there aren’t many teenagers or bookworms out there who haven’t heard about or read this book. I bought this one when I was in Brighton last year and read it right afterwards. I think I finished it right when I got to Berlin. The book is about a girl called Maddy, who somehow is allergic to the world. Since her birth she never had the chance to get outside of her house, feel gras underneath her feet, touch some trees or breath in the salty air at the beach. Going outside would risk her life, but then Olly comes up, the new boy next door. And as soon as they lay eyes on each other, they can’t stop their attraction. Maddy learns that she wants to live her life, with Olly, outside. But can she take the risk?
Like this short description, the whole book is awesome. It’s heartbreaking and full of love, sad and happy at the same time. if you’re a fan of such story, you should really give this one a go.
How To Find Love In A Bookshop by Veronica Henry
As the title says, this book is about books. And the people who read them. And about Emilia, who just returned to her small English hometown to rescue the family business – a cute little bookshop called Nightingale Books. And while trying to keep herself and the shop over water, she as well as the readers learn the stories of her customers who all have their own tales to tell.
So, this book isn’t just about one person, it features some many more stories which just give this book the special extra, the one thing that draws you to this book. Apart from it’s super cute story and the shared love for books. So, for all bookworms out there, you need to read this. Seriously.
So yeah, there you go. Some new names for the book club. Maybe some of you already know some titles, maybe you don’t. But whether you do or not, if any of you just got interested into one of the page turners, I really recommend all of them to you.
And actually I already have some new books waiting for me to read them:
- The Circle by Dave Eggers
- The Memory Book by Lara Avery
- Unconventional by Maggie Harcourt
- Pushing Perfect by Michelle Falkoff
- and many more
So yeah, there you go. I really really hope enjoyed this post and like my idea of this book club. Oh and please feel free to talk to me or join this “club”. Everyone likes to talk about books, so go on. And until then, as always, thanks for reading. x