8 Books I would like to read in 2016!09:00:00
I have never described myself as a book worm. My eyes aren't always staring straight into a book just absorbing the words and the story that is being told. When I was younger, I used to read a lot more than I do now. I used to read Jacqueline Wilson's books regularly more than anything else. I guess a lot of kids did. I suppose now, I am either updating the blog, hanging out with friends or spending my time focusing on my studies in University. It wasn't until January, that I noticed it had been quite a while since I read a book. So I decided I would get back into it. I have read the fictional story "The Danish girl" based on the true story of Lilli Elbe and as I am writing this post, I have been reading a factual book; "Why does E=MC^2" based on Einstein's theory of relativity. It has been tough to get through the second book. I find it a lot more easy to fall in love with a tale and read it straight until you finish it. I can never drop a book in the last 100 pages when it is getting good.
I really want to find the time to read more. That is why I want to construct a little list of books I would like to complete by the end of 2016. I have heard good things about a lot of these and I need to read them to reach my own conclusions.
I know 8 books may not seem like a lot to some, but it's better than none. I would just like to read these 8, I might find myself reading others I wouldn't have otherwise expected to love.
8 books I would like to read by the end of 2016.
The Danish Girl - David Ebershoff
Why does E = MC^2 - Brian Cox and Jeff Forshaw
The Perks of Being a Wallflower - Stephen Shbosky (I've seen the movie)
All the Bright Places - Jennifer Niven
The Girl on the Train - Paula Hawkins
The Hunger Games - Suzanne Collins (I've seen all the movies)
Gone Girl - Gillian Flynn (Haven't seen the movie or read the book shockingly)
Fantastic Beasts and where to find them - JK Rowling (Mainly because she wrote Harry potter and this is coming out this year)
What books are on your list to complete this year?