5 books that I enjoy and recommend!

recommended by Rachel Davies

I love immersing myself into fictional worlds and seeing how the author uses language to describe these worlds!

  • 1


    The Death Cure (Maze Runner, Book Three)
    by James Dashner

    This is the last book in the trilogy. I love the world Dashner has created and the characters too. The characterisation is so in depth there is not one boring character (in my opinion)! The ending is unexpected yet bitter sweet. Definitely worth a read!

  • 2


    All That She Can See: Every little thing she bakes is magic
    by Carrie Hope Fletcher

    The themes covered in this book are really interesting, the way the author describes both positive and negative emotions is beautifully done and leaves the reader thinking about how you view your emotions.

  • 3


    Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
    by J. K. Rowling

    This book was actually the book that got me into reading. The dark themes that are kept light hearted because of the magic and fun events that happen simultaneously.

  • 4


    Thirteen Reasons Why
    by Jay Asher

    Many people know this book because of the tv show, I prefer the book because of how seriously it takes the subjects and themes it is addressing. The characters are all very interesting, and when reading the book the reader gets to know them all very well. Meaning you can understand their motives better.

  • 5


    The Lightning Thief (Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Book 1)
    by Rick Riordan

    The world Rick has created is so interesting because its so similar to the world that we live in, yet so disconnected at the same time. The characters are very relatable and it's easy to feel connected to them. I love this interesting take on Greek mythology!

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