Books | What I Read In March 2015

Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Hello Beauties,



Yes, a different kind of a post on my blog. I have decided to do monthly books that I have read. I am a big reader and love to read a wide varitey of books. This month I read three books and really enjoyed them a lot. Here I will be sharing my thoughts with you on the books, also a little tid bid about the book. Just a disclaimer that I will not be writing full in-depth reviews on the books. Just little snippets to let you guys know how the books are.

1. Vanishing Acts by Jodi Picoult: Jodi is my number one author and I have read almost everyone of her books. This book was on my shelf for a long time and I decided to read it this month. The story is about a woman who finds out in her early thirties that her father kidnapped her when she was a little girl. So the story unfolds when the father gets arrested for the crime 28 years later. I just love the characters in this book, everyone has their own story and the emotions are real.

2. Perfect by Ellen Hopkins: I have read Ellen Hopkins books before and I always enjoy this. This month I decided to pick Perfect up from Barnes & Noble and read it right away. The book has high school students going through life who want to be perfect for everything. We have a teenage girl who wants to be a model who starves her self so she can get into the industry. Also we have Cara who is struggling with her sexuality. Sean who is Caras long time boyfriend who wants to be perfect in sports and gets addicted to steroids. And we have Andre who by the way is my favorite, he comes from a rich family and his parents want him to have a great career but his heart is set on being a dancer.

3. I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings by Maya Angelou: This is my first time reading a Maya Angelou book and I am completely in love with her writing. This autobiography is set in 1969 where Maya and her little brother are abandoned by their parents and sent to live with the grandmother in Stamps. This book takes us through Mayas years being an African American. This book gives a great view on how African Americans lived in the 60s-70s and what they went through with the white people. Over all I really recommend this book if you love history and love Maya Angelou's work.

If you want to find out how many stars I gave each book follow me on GoodReads and also come and find out what books I will be reading for the month of April. Thank you for reading and have a great day.

oxoxo,
     Annie
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2 comments:

  1. It’s so beautiful and so interesting! I love this post!
    And already can’t wait to see the new one!

    Diana Cloudlet
    http://www.dianacloudlet.com/

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  2. Thank you for inviting me to read your blog via Twitter @lnohara95

    Your blog layout is super cute, including your header! I have been dying to find some books to read, so i'm glad I found this post.

    As for your photos and the asterix(*) message at the bottom - if you watermark your photos no one can use them :)

    Much love,

    Lauren Nicole O'Hara

    I'm over @ https://www.bloglovin.com/blogs/lauren-nicole-ohara-12269371 or http://lauren-ohara-x.blogspot.com . Insta: instagram.com/lauren_ohara_x FBpage: http://facebook.com/laurennicoleohara

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