My 10 favorite books

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I love reading and i am always looking for new books.
A lot of my friends ask me what book they would read next and so i decided to make a top 10 list of my favorite books.
Please let me know in the comments below which books you really enjoyed, I would be very happy to hear that.

3 years ago I bought myself a Kindle Paperwhite and i would not want to miss it anymore. It is so great to have all my books together. Especially on vacation i read more than one book and the kindle is lighter than 1 single book, that is so perfect!

It is really like a book, definitely not like a screen and your eyes don´t hurt at all. You can choose a font you like, change the font size and have a lot of options! Best investment ever 😀

Good Books To Read

Lori Nelson Spielman: The Life List

Brett had a charmed life until her beloved mother passed away. Her mum decided that Brett has to complete her life list, which Brett wrote when she was a teenager before she will get the inheritance. Some goals are easy, other seem to be impossible.

I think this is my absolute favorite book. I read it last summer in Bali and I was crying at the beach, because the book is so good, funny, sad and a wonderful touching story!

Jodi Picoult: Nineteen Minutes

Josie and Peter are going to a ordinary high school in New Hampshire. It was a normal day, when Peter went on a shooting spree in the school. Josie is the daughter of the judge, but is she involved too?

This is one of the most exciting books I ever read. I could not stop reading and finished it in a couple of days!

Jojo Moyes: One Plus One

Jess´s life is a chaos: Her husband left her with two kids and no money. Find out if her little daughter with the brittle-bone disease can solve all their problems!

I really like Jojo Moyes and her way to write. This book is one of her best books.


Gillian Flynn: Gone Girl

Nick´s beautiful and clever wife disappears at their fifth wedding anniversary. But where is she? The police suspects Nick to have something to do with that. Find out where she is and what happend 🙂

I think I will read the next book of Gillian Flynn soon!

Khaled Hosseini: A Thousand Splendid Suns

This is a very touching story about two women, Mariam and Laila, who were brought together by their similar fate. Read about what they experienced in their lifes in Kabul.

Nicholas Sparks: The Last Song

Ronnie´s world broke apart when her parents got divorced. Three years later Ronnie´s Mum decided that the teenager has to spend the summer with her Dad and her little brother in a small village at the beach, where her Dad lives now. But spending the summer in the middle of nowhere with her dad, who she didn´t like was not what a seventeen year old girl wanted.

Lori Nelson Spielman: Sweet Forgiveness

Send two little stones and a letter to the person, you express regret for something. If you get one stone back, the person forgave you!

Read about Hannah, a talk show host with a difficult childhood and her story about forgiveness!

Jojo Moyes: Me Before You

The ordinary girl Lou took a badly needed job working for Will, who sits in a wheel chair. Will had a gread life with exciting adventures and the perfect job before he had an accident. He is angry at the hole world because he has to sit in a wheel chair for the rest of his life. How can Lou work with this mean person?

Jodi Picoult: The Pact

The Golds family and their neighbors the Harts have been inseparable and their teenage kids Chris and Emily became a couple. One November day the phone rang and the police told them that their seventeen year old daughter Emily was dead. What had Chris to do with her death?

Chris Cleave: Little Bee

This book is about a 16 year old refugee from Nigeria.

I don´t want to spoil you, but i can say it is really a special story.