Summer Reading list

Hi , are you enjoying your summer vacation ? i know you are bored already

so i have this long list which i wrote before my vacation , list of the things i want to do and i’m pretty sure i’m not gonna look at it not at all , so i hope i will do one thing at least !

one of the important excited things i want to do is…

READ ! read books as much as i can 😀

so be ready for more books reviews and recommendation , and i will share with you my summer reading list :

(from right to left )

1- Sarah’s Key by Tatiana de Rosnay

Genres : Adult Fiction – History – World War II

pages: 400 pages


and i just finished this book yesterday , AMAZING , i will write about it later


2- Revived by Cat Patrick

Genres: Young Adult – Science Fiction – Fantasy – Mystery

Pages: 336 pages


when i read the description I HAD TO BUY IT !


3- Wonder by R.J. Palacio

Genres: Young Adult – Childrens  – Middle Grade

Pages: 313 pages


the description reminded me of  Diary of a wimpy kid , but i don’t know i hope it’s not


4- The Way We Fall by Megan Crewe

Genres: Young Adult – Science Fiction – Dystopia

Pages: 309 pages


i added this book to my to read list without any hesitation, i order it without a doubt ! excited to read it


5- The Fault in Our Stars by John Green

Genres: Young Adult – Romance – Contemporary – Realistic Fiction

Pages: 318 pages


well , i know this book is very good , i have it for almost 3 months and i decided to read in summer


6- Divergent by Veronica Roth

Genres: Young Adult – Science Fiction – Dystopia – Fantasy

Pages: 487 pages


usually i don’t like fantasy that much but i don’t mind trying new things maybe it will be my next obsession 😀


7- Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens

Genres: Classics – Literature – Historical Fiction

Pages: 480 pages


i saw the movie long time ago , i loved the story so i guess reading it as book will be an amazing experience


8- The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins

Genres: Young Adult – Fantasy – Science Fiction

Pages: 374 pages


everyone loved this book, and if you don’t know this i will tell you , i don’t really like what people usually like , so i don’t think i will like it but i’m giving it a chance.


9- Matilda by Roald Dahl

Genres: Childrens – Fantasy – Young Adult

Pages: 240 pages


who doesn’t know Matilda ? :’)


10- The Memory Keeper’s Daughter by Kim Edwards

Genres: Adult Fiction – Contemporary – Drama

Pages: 401 pages


the story is so interesting , and realistic


11- 101 Things You Need To Know. . . And Some You Don’t! by Richard Horne

Genres: Facts – Non-fiction

Pages: 224 pages


this book is Different , there’s a list of the things you’re gonna learn from this book and they asked you to put it in your pocket , and check on the things you learned ! the pictures and drawing is so cool ! can’t wait to read it 😀

AAAaaaaand the best cover goes to…………

when you touch it , you will understand how beautiful they are : “)

have a good day 😀


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4 thoughts on “Summer Reading list

  1. Your reading list seems pretty interesting!

    You haven’t read The Hunger Games yet? o:
    it’s awesome, but Divergent is waaay awesomer! I read it in one sit!
    I don’t know why, but I’d recommend that you read The Hunger Games first then Divergent.
    I loved them both equally, But I liked Divergent a little bit more.

    This is the 1st time I heard of Revived. OHMYGOD! THE COVER IS SO BEAUTIFUL! I will add it to my list hoping that it is as good as its cover.

    The Fault in Our Stars. What can I say? it’s like the most well written book ever? I loved it with all my heart.

    I like your list. :3

  2. Sara says:

    you made me more excited to read The Fault in Our Stars , and thank you for your notes D i’m gonna read the hunger games first !
    and you’re welcome ,enjoy :*

  3. Salama says:

    Interesting, enjoy reading them all. I recommend The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky, check it out. xx

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