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Little Women (Puffin in Bloom) by Louisa May Alcott
 
Optimistic, Slow, Fun

A cute story with memorable characters. That’s really all I can say. I enjoyed reading Jo, Beth, Meg and Amy’s adventures.

The Martian by Andy Weir
 
Adventurous, Dramatic, Fun

Absolutely hilarious. Not just that, I loved the actual science used in it even if it was a bit much every now and then. Mark Watney is a great protagonist in my opinion, and considering the fact that I’m a science fiction lover, this is easily one of my favorite books of all time.

 
Pointless, Fun, Addictive

It’s funny, has memorable characters, and is one of the best books I’ve read so far.

Jurassic Park: A Novel by Michael Crichton
 
Scary, Dramatic, Adventurous

HECK YES! My favorite genre of books is science fiction, and this book really got my attention. The action and fast pace made this book an excellent read for me, and even the science was interesting (although maybe dated by today’s standards).

 
Persuasive, Interesting, Informative

I had to read this for an assignment in my science class, and I enjoyed it. I’m not normally a fan of informational memoirs, but this is one exception that I can make.

The Hound Of The Baskervilles by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
 
Scary, Dark, Dramatic

Mystery normally isn’t for me, but I had to read it for an english class. Considering that this is the first Sherlock Holmes story I’ve read, I’m pretty impressed.

 
Poorly Written, Confusing, Beautiful

Poorly written, poorly structured, poorly executed. Don’t read this ever!!!

And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie
 
Dramatic, Interesting, Adventurous

This is the second book I’ve read from Agatha Christie, and I can comfortably say that this was an intriguing and enjoyable mystery. It was a little confusing at first, but it still didn’t stop me from reading and trying to figure out who was the murderer.

1984 by George Orwell
 
Dark, Insightful, Dramatic

I used to be absolutely in love with this book, but now I feel as if I’ve been praising it too much. Still, I like this book quite a bit, and it was probably the first dystopian novel I ever read and liked. Thanks, Orwell!

 
Optimistic, Inspiring, Informative

A highly informative and enthralling book. This is a pretty good read if you’re taking physics or chemistry classes like I was.

THE CATCHER IN THE RYE by J. D. Salinger
 
Insightful, Life Changing, Beautiful

This is a freaking classic. It’s one of those books that you definitely need to read, especially in your teenage years. And yes, the cover of this book is my profile picture.

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