Top-7 on Fridays

Top 7 – Books worth reading

Top 7

Even though I just realised how little I’ve been reading lately, I still like reading a lot. I thought I’d share a list of books that I think are worth reading and hope you might enjoy them as well.

#7: Dead Until Dark by Charlaine Harris

In fact I think the whole Sookie Stackhouse series is worth reading. It’s the only vampire-series I’ve loved a lot so far. These vampires don’t sparkle, they drink human blood and they only come out at night. 

#6: We Bought a Zoo by Benjamin Mee

I don’t usually like non-fiction books that much, but this books was so heartwarming and lovely I’m considering reading it again.

 

#5: One Day by David Nicholls

I think this book was probably not the best book ever, but still worth reading, because when the author only tells what happens once a year, the reader can add so much to the story. 

#4: The Hundred-Year-Old-Man Who Climbed out of the Window and Disappeared by Jonas Jonasson

This book was definitely one of a kind. A silly old man gets yet another adventure of a lifetime when he decided to climb out of a window on his hundredth birthday. The book made me laugh. 

 

#3: Mielensäpahoittaja by Tuomas Kyrö

If the book mentioned above made me laugh, this book made me roll on floor laughing trying not to pee in my pants. So far the book is only in Finnish, but if it ever get’s translated into your language, be sure to read it. 

#2: The Help by Kathryn Stockett

I loved this book. 

 

#1: The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky

I’ve been raving about this book for almost four years now and I still think it’s the best book I’ve ever read, so read it!

With warm hugs and gentle thuds – Keri

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