13 August 2015

The Top 5 books in my wishlist

Reading used to be something that I did a lot when I was younger but as I've experienced the wrath of exams and just generally being a teenager, I have began to read a lot less. In an attempt to relight the spark of my interest of reading I have put together this list of books that I would like to read in the near future. Maybe if all goes to plan I'll be able to review these books once I've read them, so hopefully my plan works.

1. How to be bad by E. Lockhart, Lauren Myracle and Sarah Mlynowski -
This  is a book I saw on Essiebutton's blog and decided that it was one I should look into. I have previously read "We were liars" by E.Lockhart and I really enjoyed that so hopefully this will be good too.
2.Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn -
Everyone seems to have either read this book or have seen the movie so it felt like an obvious choice. I'm also a firm believer in reading the book before seeing the movie as it leaves it to your imagination which I definitely think means a better read.
3. All the light we cannot see by Anthony Doerr -
At school I studied French and as part of the course we read about the Resistance which I found very interesting which makes this interesting take on a romance novel seem all the more appealing to read.
4.All the bright places by Jennifer Niven -
In Waterstone's bestsellers and recommended by Zoella, this book seems like a beautiful story of love which is along the same lines of The Fault in our Stars which I also loved.
5. Love, Tanya by Tanya Burr -
A different kind of book but I really would love to have a book of this style. As one of my inspirations to start a blog and to love beauty Tanya's book seems like a different but interesting read. (Also I have a very sweet tooth so the baking section draws me in).

So there you have it, My top 5 books in my wishlist. I hope you have got some inspiration for future read and if you have read them I would love to know what you thought!
Love Rach xox


  1. I want to read How to be bad too, seems like a great book. I read Tanya`s book: while it`s not a great book, it`s enjoyable and an easy read for the holiday.


    1. Yeah it sounds super interesting and relevant! Thanks for the comment on Tanya's book, I did think that it will be more of a flick through than a sit down and read book xox

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    1. Yeah I can't wait to read it and then watch the film. I'e heard such great things xox

  3. Great post :)
    xoxo Antonella
    Keep in touch :)