cowardstay said: Ok, so I have the biggest problem to ever hit planet earth. I'm planning on reading all YA fiction I can manage this summer so on Sophomore year I can start reading more "complicated" and classical books; such as Jane Eeyre, The Great Gastby, The Catcher on the rye, and books related to these. Now I'm begging you to recommend books on both sides of the spectrum (Summer Reading list & Sophomore year books) THANKS :D - your fellow bookwormer.
Alright, so by both sides do you mean more modern YA books and then more classical/school related books? As for books to read over the summer, I would recommend Unwind by Neal Shusterman, the Maze Runner trilogy (+ it’s prequel) by James Dashner, the Gone series by Michael Grant, or anything by John Green (I’ve been meaning to get to those too).
Some more classic books that I’d suggest (if you haven’t read these in school already or aren’t going to) Fahrenheit 451, 1984/Animal Farm, and To Kill a Mockingbird. Those are the classical books that I’ve really liked from school or are related.
Hope this helps! :)
Sorry for the huge span of inactivity. Things just get busy, don’t they? But, now summer is here and I’ll have plenty of time to get this blog running again (and read more at the same time). Thank you everyone for your patience!
When to Buy:
- I’ve read the book more than 4 times and love it deeply.
- It’s a new release and I am at LEAST an 8/10 on the excitement scale.
- The book is impossible to get from a library, used bookstore or borrow from a friend.
- It’s for school.
When to get it from the Library:
- Because libraries don’t care if you have $17.99, they just want you to read.