July 16, 2014
Summer 2014 Reading List
I love looking at other peoples reading list and being introduced to new books. One of my favorite things about summer is all of the summer reading lists that get published on blogs and in newspapers and magazines. Maybe some of you are the same, so here is my summer 2014 reading list.
#GIRLBOSS || Sophia Amoruso: Im sure you have all seen this book on other blogs and social media. Its written by the founder of Nasty Gal about how she got to where she is today. Im reading this right and it is so good and super easy to read. A good easy summer read.
Wild || Cheryl Strayed: At 26, Cheryl Strayed made an impulsive decision to hike the Pacific Crest Trail from the Mojave Desert to Washington state with no training or experience and all alone. I have been more interested in nonfictions lately and was really interested in this one one our local paper wrote about it. Its being made into movie being released later this year, Cheryl being played by Reese Witherspoon. You can watch the trailer here.
Looking For Alaska || John Green: From the same author as The Fault in our Stars, about a boy who goes to boarding school and meets Alaska Young (I kind of love Alaska as a name), a girl who pulls him into her own world.
Miss Peregrines Home for Peculiar Children || Ransom Riggs: The cover got me on this one. About an abandoned orphanage on a mysterious island. The orphanage held peculiar children that may have been dangerous. Jacob, who found out about this from his grandpa goes investigating to see why his grandpa was always looking over his shoulder in fear.
Rebecca || Daphne du Maurier: I think I might save this one until the end of summer when it starts getting colder and rainy. If I can wait that long. It was recommended to me by my brothers girlfriend who couldnt stop raving about it and let me borrow this copy of it. An old library book with the checkout slip still attached with the first due date being Jan. 12, 1970. The only way to read an old mystery, romance taken place at an old mansion.
What are you reading this summer? What is your favorite book that you have ever read? I would love to know!