two books that changed the way i think // book talk #2

Hello all, and welcome to my second post in my discussion series. Todays topic of discussion is books that changed the way I think. This topic was suggested by Saniya @ Sunny Side Reviews, so thanks a million Saniya πŸ™‚

If anyone else has any ideas they would like to see me discuss, please fill out this form, or let me know in the comments. (If you leave them in the comments please also tell me your blog name so I can give you credit :))

// The Fault In Our Stars ~ John Green //

I know this might come as a slight surprise, seeing as I’ve talked about how I don’t like this book much anymore, but it still has a very special little corner of my heart. The Fault In Our Stars is the first book I have memory of reading and absolutely fell in love with, and it ultimately became the book that got me into reading. I didn’t read much as a child, but my older sister read this book, and loved it, so I also wanted to see what it was about, and here we are now.

I’ve read this book over and over so many times, and although I’ve moved on from it, and I dont really like it much anyway I will always appreciate that it sparked my live for reading, and it was the book that lead to my bookish obsession.

// If We Were Villains ~ M.L.Rio //

I read this book quite recently, and it resparked my love of English and literature. I’d fallen out of reading quite as much, and studying plays and poetry around that time, and reading this book got me back into it all.

The way these characters live and breath words, they way the whole story is based around Shakespeare and symbolism made me remember why it is that I spent hours writing and reading and studying English.

That is all for now everyone, I hope you enjoyed reading. As I said, if you have any ideas, please fill out this form!

On another note, I just wanted to say thank you for 150 followers! I’ve been blogging for almost a year now, and I’m so so grateful to everyone! Thank you all, from the bottom of my heart.

13 thoughts on “two books that changed the way i think // book talk #2

  1. Ahh great discussion!! Books have certainly changed the way I think, and I’m very thankful for that. Also, congrats on 150 followers, that’s so great!!!πŸ’•

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  2. i’ve heard so much about these books! though I’m not really interested in the fault in our stars, im definitely adding if we were villains to my tbr- it sounds so interesting!!
    loved reading this post, cherry πŸ’– and congrats on 150 followers!!

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