2. Summer reading…..

Well summer is here and I’m sure you’re all reading a little bit of your humongous TBR pile.  If you’ve not started yet and are still looking for something different. Check out Between the Lines by Jodi Picoult and her daughter Samantha Van Leer.  It’s a YA fantasy novel about a teenage girl who loves stories with happy endings.

Check out A Game of Thrones!!  I feel a little behind on this one because it seems as if everybody is so far ahead on this one.  It’s an epic fantasy series – seven books.  This is the first in the series and it’s a whopping 807 pages.  I’m definitely going to crack this big nut to see what everybody is raving about next month.  If you’ve read any of this series please write below and tell me what you think about it.  Does it bring you memories of Lord of the Rings?

Here are just some other books that you may want to read this summer, have already read, or are not interested at all in reading….

Ok I could go on and on…. There are so many good books at the moment that I’m not sure I’ll have enough time this summer to read everything I want to.  I’m going to give it a good try.  Tell me below what you’re reading this summer.  Happy reading…..

1. Summer reading……

YA Literature – for adolescents between the ages of 15 and 18 and all those young at heart adults like me.

Here are a few interesting YA books to check out this summer.  They have been talked about to death everywhere, except Living Violet.  It was a suggestion that I got from a literary blog called welcomewhitefolks.blogspot.fr   Living Violet got four and a quarter stars on Goodreads and the storyline seems appealing.  I’ll definitely be checking out Divergent, Insurgent and Beauty Queens.  Veronica Roth and Libba Bray are constantly mentioned as must read YA novelists.  The others I’ll try to get to them before the end of the year.  The Perks of Being a Wallflower is coming out soon as a movie starring Emma Watson and Ezra Miller.  You know I won’t be watching it until I’ve read it.  Last but not least you probably should read The Fault in Our Stars by the quintessential John Green.  Apparently, he is YA literature.  Unfortunately, I haven’t had the pleasure of reading him yet…….