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World Book Day - My 5 Favourite Books.

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In honour of World Book Day I thought it might be fun to list my five favourite books. I've always loved reading and am always on the lookout for a new fun read. I recently had a clean out but before that I had shelves upon shelves of books that I would re-read over and over again.

1// Jodi Picoult - Nineteen Minutes.


I love anything that Jodi Picoult writes but this is my favourite of hers and I'm pretty sure it was the first one of her's that I read. It's about a teenager that embarks on a mass shooting at his high school and the aftermath. From the beginning it has you hooked. 


2// Danielle Steel - The House On Hope Street. 


This isn't one of Danielle Steel's best books but it's one that I love. It focuses on a family after the father is killed and how they come to terms with it and subsequently move on with their lives. It had me both laughing and crying. 


3// Jodi Picoult - Leaving Time


Another Jodi Picoult one but this is, by far, the best book that I have ever read. The amount of research that must have gone into writing this is mind boggling in itself. It focuses on the relationship between a mother and her child but also how that relates to elephants and their own relationships.. Plus the twist at the end.. It left me thinking about it for days after I had finished the book. 

4// The Crossfire Series - Sylvia Day



I'm including all four books for this one. I love the way that Sylvia Day writes and her books are so descriptive you actually feel like you are there. I love a book where you feel like you know the characters so much that you can picture them in your head. It's almost like watching a movie rather than reading a book. That's how I feel when I read Sylvia Day's books.  


5// Eat Pray Love - Elizabeth Gilbert



It's no secret about my love for anything that Elizabeth Gilbert writes. I've always said that I wish that I could purchase a copy of Eat, Pray, Love for every female that I know. This book is beautifully written, equal parts happy, sad and uplifting and is the most powerful thing I have ever read.

What are your favourite books? Let me know in the comments, I'm looking for some new books :)

Happy World Book Day!

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