Hello everyone. Another post in my book rainbow series. Today I'm talking green books. I think I own more green books than any other colour, it was so easy to find some on my shelves. Not like yellow when I just managed to find the right number of books. Just wanted to say a little thank you for the support that you guys have left for this series in the comments. Its a lot of fun for me to write and I'm glad that you all also enjoy it. Next I'm thinking about maybe doing a series where I talk about books from different continents. What do you think?
Since You've Been Gone by Morgan Matson - This is a really fun, easy summery read, Its about a really shy girl with an adventurous best friend. One day her best friend's family leave town and all she has is a to do list from Sloan. A to do list of things completely out of her comfort zone. This novel is about learning to have fun, not take yourself so seriously and be who you are. I'd say that you should go and read this book straight away because its great but you should leave it 'til the summer. Its a perfect summer read.
How To Be A Woman by Caitlin Moran - This is a kind of autobiography by Caitlin Moran that also goes into talking about feminism a lot. I really enjoyed this book but it did take me about a month to read, Sometimes I found it to be a bit overly preachy but I still really enjoyed it. Definitely worth a read.
Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell - AHHHHHHHHHH. I love Rainbow Rowell's books. This book is about a girl who is going to university, she's very dependant on her twin sister and is really upset that her sister chose not to share a room with her in their dorm. She also writes fan fiction for this world's version of Harry Potter. Its a great book about learning to be independent and there's also some adorable romance thrown in there too.
The Reptile Room by Lemony Snicket - This is probably my favourite in the series. I love Uncle Monty, he seems like an amazing character and how I wish it had worked out for them. I also really love reptiles so its so interesting to read about them here. I am so excited for the Netflix series too. AHHHHH.
My Not So Simple Life by Joanna Nadin - Another Rachel Riley book. These are aimed at younger teenagers but I still love them and can't let them go. I think there's a new one so I need to get round to reading it. These are just fun diary books that make me laugh.
Isla and the Happily Ever After by Stephanie Perkins - This is the final novely in Stephanie Perkin's companion series. You don't have to read them in the order they're written but as you get snippets of the characters from the previous novels I would recommend it. These are normally really squishy romance books but this one is a lot more grown up and slightly darker. Still good but I don't like it as much as the others. Would still recommend this series.