The Perks of Being A Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky
I'd heard so much about this book and despite being published in 1997, it reached a popularity hype earlier this year with the release of the film. I instantly connected with Charlie, who narrates his life as a freshman and his journey of discovering the endless potential of the world. His naivety is easy to liken with and you can't help but love (not romantically) him!
The Fault in Our Stars by John Green
This book is amazing. Amazing. AMAZING. I now want to read every single book by John Green that has ever existed. He is a fab writer.
I don't want to spoil the book, so here's a brief starter: Hazel has cancer. She meets a guy names Augustus at cancer support group. They fall in love and this book follows their journey.
You'll quickly fall in love with Augustus and not want to put this book down!
Adorkable by Sarah Manning
This was my holiday 2012 book and I finished it on the car journey on the way down. Sign of how good it was? I think so.
Adorkable is just one of those books you can't put down; it's gripping.
Jean is a misfit and when she meets Michael her world us quickly turned upside down. This tale of love, lust and longing is truly wonderful and heart-warming.
Falling Fast/Burning Bright by Sophie McKenzie
Anybody who says Sophie McKenzie isn't a good author needs to stay in more and read any one of her books; she is sensational.
This incomplete set of books is about a couple named River and Flynn. Angry boy Flynn has many hidden secrets that River tries (and mainly fails) to uncover. These books are amazing and I read the later in less that a day!
I would recommend any one of these books to you, so please go onto Amazon and order them!!!