THE BOOK CLUB: 4 FICTIONS YOU SHOULD RE-READ

29 October 2015

I am a huge fan of fiction and of course, any science fiction that come across with apocalypse or dystopian -  count me in. Though now I don't have a lot of time to reach much these days, I always love digging previous reads and to sink into them before I sleep. On this post I just want to encourage you to re-read or just read if you haven't read these personal favourites of mine.

THE HUNGER GAMES TRILOGY by SUZANNE COLLINS

Ah, my favourite trilogy I think would come first with this one. I was so into it that I actually went to buy the limited edition set thanks to the beauty of the covers while I already have an original cover set. I love this series because it talks about how cruel and selfish the government is and Katniss just wanted Peeta to live and yet they (sort of) made it worse.. until there was no more District 12. If you haven't read this, you'll love it; and if you have, re-read it this season!

THE MAZE RUNNER SERIES by JAMES DASHNER

Oh how I love this series (and the movies). The books are so much better though - the second movie ruined the whole storyline (dang it!). It was in a dystopian world where these boys (and girls) were used as experiments and they were put at the center of an empty safe place where they called the Glade inside this huge Maze; and Thomas (the protagonist) became the one to somewhat solve the maze and then they got out. Though when they think they were safe, they were once again being put into another experiment which.. is pretty scary yet exciting in the books.

ELEANOR & PARK by RAINBOW ROWELL

This is no dystopian or apocalypse. It was just a book about 2 people meet together in the 80s and started off as strangers to fall in love with each other for the first time. Basically you get the whole feeling of having your first crush and first boyfriend and experiencing everything for the first time again.. but.. I haven't actually finished it yet but it was such a good read!

OLIVER TWIST by CHARLES DICKENS

Such a classic that you don't want to miss. Oliver is such an adorable and poor boy in my head until, until he found out that he wasn't really an orphan at all. A very classic Charles Dickens read that no one should miss, and that includes you. ;)

What are your favourite reads?


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