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  1. Matt Haig

    I literally have fallen in love with Matt Haigs books. They are written in such a way that makes them an easy read but the stories make it challenging and gets you thinking. 2 books that definitely got me thinking is "the humans" and "reasons to stay alive" they both have interest and make you question things which is what i like in a book- to make you think! Matt Haig has certainly grown to become one of my favourite authors in recent months and i think he deserves more credit for his books- such excellence.
  2. John Steinbeck

    Of mice and men... such a fabulous book. My favourite character was Curleys wife seen as though she's the only woman in the entire book and she doesn't even have a name! It's such a good book and also gives an insight as to how it was during the great depression from lots of different viewpoints: the landowners, the wives, the itinerant workers etc. Such a powerful book!
  3. We had to analyse this book in school in Year 9 and since I've often returned to it and re-read. It's well written and gives an insight to what it may be like to have aspergers syndrome and creates an awareness for it. The book is fantastic to read and everytime I find it hard to put down.
  4. Room by Emma Donoghue

    Room is such an excellent book and is so hard to put down once you start reading it! definitely worth a read!