Interests

Here are most of the anime, manga, and books that I suggest you watch and read. I’m mostly into shoujo and romantic novels, but there are other stuff in there, too. Have fun!!

Anime & Manga:

I’ve recently made an account in MyAnimeList, so check out my lists in my profile! ❤


Books:

  1. Percy Jackson and the Olympians Series (Rick Riordan)
  2. Heroes of Olympus Series (Rick Riordan)
  3. Trials of Apollo: The Hidden Oracle (Rick Riordan)
  4. Hunger Games Trilogy (Suzanne Collins)
  5. Divergent Trilogy (Veronica Roth)
  6. The Selection Series (Keira Cass)
  7. The Siren (Keira Cass
  8. Happily Ever After (Keira Cass)
  9. The Fault in Our Stars (John Green)
  10. Looking for Alaska (John Green)
  11. An Abundance of Katherines (John Green)
  12. Five People You Meet in Heaven (Mitch Albom)
  13. Everyday (David Levithan)
  14. Everyday (David Levithan)
  15. Eleanor & Park (Rainbow Rowell)
  16. Attachments (Rainbow Rowell)
  17. Fangirl (Rainbow Rowell)
  18. The Catastrophic History of You and Me (Jess Rothenberg)
  19. This is What Happy Looks Like (Jennifer E. Smith)
  20. Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight (Jennifer E. Smith)
  21. The Little Prince (Antonie De Saint Exupery)
  22. Love, Rosie (Cecelia Ahern)
  23. To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before (Jenny Han)
  24. If I Stay (Gayle Foreman)
  25. I Was Here (Gayle Foreman)
  26. Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe (Benjamin Alire Sáenz)
  27. Memories (Lang Leav)
  28. Lullabies (Lang Leav)
  29. The Universe of Us (Lang Leav)
  30. Lola and The Boy Next Door (Stephanie Perkins)
  31. Anna and The French Kiss (Stephanie Perkins)
  32. Since You’ve Been Gone (Morgan Matson)
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6 thoughts on “Interests

  1. Divergent is so awesome, i really love the way Veronica highlighted the problem of mind control and people abusing power in a way which made the readers surely see themselves in some of the characters of the book, i think everybody who read it has a little bit of each one of them..

    • I agree. She’s an amazing writer and her books are so much more than just fiction! It relates to people and somehow how society works nowadays.

      Oh, and I browsed your blog a bit. I love the quote “Live without a purpose is the same as being dead” because it’s so true! I hope you post more because you have a reader right here. 🙂 ~The Girl With The Pen

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