Okay, you may not know this about me, but I actually like reading… a lot. However, it has to be a great book which I can in some shape or form, relate to at least one character so I can learn. I find myself interested in a lot of books with a strong female lead, or at least involved in the book somewhere. I hope you guys like reading to, and if you don’t, maybe I can persuade you into liking reading if you read these 10 books.
- Not That Kind Of Girl by Lena Dunham- Great book with short stories from Lena Dunham’s life, and super inspirational.
- The Perks Of Being A Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky- You may have seen the movie, but the book is much better! The high school years of Charlie.
- Just Listen by Sarah Dessen- Such an amazing novel about a girl who never seems to get out her story, but meets a boy who always tells his story, and that can change her forever.
- Yes Please by Amy Poehler- Short stories from Amy’s life, and it is quite fascinating.
- I Hate Myselfie by Shane Dawson- Shane writes about how he grew up in high school, in a very comedic way.
- Looking For Alaska by John Green- Love the message of this book, and it is about a girl who loves mysteries so much that she becomes one.
- Grace’s Guide, The Art Of Pretending To Be A Grown Up by Grace Helbig- Hilarious guide about how to do many grown up things, and child ones.
- The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton- Amazing book about two gangs in a town in America, and seeing the perspective of a boy in one gang.
- Life As We Knew It by Susan Beth Pfeffer- Novel from a teenage girl’s perspective when the world suddenly shuts down.
- Super Sad True Love Story by Gary Shteyngart- Near-future dystopian New York, where everything is determined through media, and the book is written in a 40 year-old man’s perspective.
I hope you all enjoy this list and that you actually try reading some of these because I truly enjoyed them.