November was a amazing reading mouth. I read 7 books, which is the most i have ever read in mouth ever since i started reading. WOP WOP!
The first book i read this mouth was "Perks of being a Wallflower"
I give it: 4/5
"The Perks of Being a Wallflower Summary. Fifteen-year-old Charlie is coping with the suicide of his friend, Michael. To lessen the fear and anxiety of starting high school alone, Charlie starts writing letters to a stranger, someone he heard was nice but has never met in person." Summer by http://www.shmoop.com/perks-of-being-a-wallflower/summary.html
I really enjoyed this book. Its been on my TBR for the longest time, and i finally picked it up. Now thinking back i cant stop thinking about the characters. What happened with Sam in the future? What kind of job does Patrick have? Did Charlie get over his problems? So many questions!
The second book read this mouth was "Illuminae"
My point: 5/5
"Kady Grant and Ezra Mason, who broke up only the day before, escape Kerenza among a retreating fleet of ships that includes the Alexander (where Ezra ends up), the Hypatia (where we find Kady) and the Copernicus (where Kady’s mom is located). The Alexander, which responded to Kerenza’s distress call, is part of the United Terran Authority (UTA). A BeiTech battleship called the Lincoln, destroys the Alexander’s wormhole gate generator trapping the Alexander in this sector. The nearest jump station, Heimdall (where Kady’s dad is located) is six months away. The Lincoln chases the retreating fleet in an attempt to wipe out all witnesses." Summery by http://www.bookseriesrecaps.com/what-happened-in-illuminae/
I Need the next book ASAP!
The third book i read "Looking or Alaska"
My point: 3/5
"Miles “Pudge” Halter is the new student at the prestigious Culver Creek Preparatory School in Birmingham, Alabama. Unpopular at his old school, Pudge is nervous about making new friends, but he is immediately taken in by his roommate, Chip “the Colonel” Martin and introduced to his rag-tag group of friends, including Takumi Hikohito, Lara Buterskaya, and the beautiful, mysterious Alaska Young" Summary by http://www.gradesaver.com/looking-for-alaska/study-guide/summary
I was really disappointed by this book. I dont know what i expected, but it was not what i got. I maybe had to high of expectations, and that made me disconnected from the characters and story. But i will try another John Green book for sure.
The fouth book i read was "You" by Caroline Kepnes
is one novel in which the second person narrative makes absolute sense. In many ways, it allows readers greater insight into Joe’s mental state and thought processes more intimately than an omniscient third-person narrator could ever accomplish. It even becomes an intriguing part of the story, taking on a life of its own and bringing understanding to the final scene. In fact, You would not be half as creepy with any other type of narrator.
Joe is a complete stalker, obsessed with Beck at first sight. However, as disturbing as his behavior is, there are multiple moments within the novel in which Joe becomes a sympathetic figure, which completely throw me of! So creepy in the best way possible.
The last book i read is "Six of Crows"
My point: 5/5
This book captured my attention from page one! I loved slowly learning each character’s backstory as they worked their way towards a once-in-a-lifetime heist. And I love a larger-than-life main character, which Kaz Brekker definitely is. Plus, the storytelling is exquisite! I dont want to say more. Just read.