Every Day by David Levithan
I don't know why I really liked this book but I did. I love the whole 'boy wakes up in a new body everyday' story line it had. If you have read John Green books then I'm pretty sure you may like this. It has the same writing style in a way. Also I love the orange cover of this.

Animal Farm by George Orwell
This was the first classic I ever read and only classic I have re-read over and over. It's short and straight to the point. It just portrays it's message in a truthful way but through animals which makes it a bit more interesting. If you are thinking of starting to read classics this would be a good one to start with.

The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion
This book had me laughing out loud and it's rare I do that with a book. It's so funny and well written. I loved the concept and it's such a great summer read as it doesn't require too much attention to know what is happening. Also I love the font they used for the title.

A Long Way Down by Nick Hornby
Admittedly I decided to buy this because I saw a trailer for the movie and Aaron Paul was on the cover and in the movie. I also liked what the story was about. I love books which change P.O.V. (Point of view) on every chapter as it makes character building even better. It was nice to see one event in other peoples perspectives and also I did a book review which is here.

It's Kind Of A Funny Story by Ned Vizzini
This book interested me from the start and think it's a great book for anyone to read. I literally could not put this down, it got me hooked. It's just a good book about being in a psychiatric hospital and is more real life then some other books would portray.

What books would you recommend?

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