A Few Of My Favourite Reads

I’ll read almost anything as long as it’s good! Highbrow or lowbrow, as longs as it holds my attention and leaves me fulfilled, I’m in there. No book-shaming here at all! Here are some of my most-loved reads or books I just couldn’t put down:

This Is How You Lose Her– Junot Diaz

I Capture The Castle- Dodie Smith

In Cold Blood– Truman Capote

A Song of Ice and Fire (series)– George R.R. Martin

Americanah– Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

Ake: The Years of Childhood– Wole Soyinka

Attachments– Rainbow Rowell

Eleanor & Park– Rainbow Rowell

Gone With The Wind- Margaret Mitchell

To Kill a Mockingbird– Harper Lee

The Handmaid’s Tale– Margaret Atwood

The Sense of an Ending– Julian Barnes

Matilda– Roald Dahl

Blues for Mister Charlie– James Baldwin

Persuasion– Jane Austen

Pride and Prejudice– Jane Austen

Purple Hibiscus- Chimamnda Ngozi Adichie

Their Eyes Were Watching God– Zora Neale Hurston

Nervous Conditions- Tsitsi Dangbarembga

The Bride– Julie Garwood

Sloppy Firsts– Megan McCafferty

Life of Pi– Yann Martel

Captain Corelli’s Mandolin- Louis de Bernieres

Gone Girl– Gillian Flynn

Out of the Dust– Karen Hesse

The Kite Runner– Khaled Hosseini

Fangirl- Rainbow Rowell

The Thing Around Your Neck– Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie







2 thoughts on “A Few Of My Favourite Reads

  1. I still haven’t read The Life Of Pi! It’s been on my list since it was released (in book form obviously). I love so many of those books too, interested to see you DIDN’T at Half of A Yellow Sun which everyone seems to spout as their favourite Chimamanda book. As much as I like it, I LOVE Purple Hibiscus more, I think I have a thing for coming of age books…


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