Spring Reading List


I love reading and once I get into the groove of it I go through a couple of books a month. Ive really gotten back into the habit of reading before going to sleep over the last few weeks and Ive been jotting down on a list some books I really want to read this spring that have been recommended to me or that I've heard about online.

The Tattooist Of Auschwitz by Heather Morris
This book was the first on my reading list and Ive finished it. It tells the incredible love story of Lale ad Gita during world war 2. Its so heartbreaking and can be painful to read because the author does go into some detail about the gas chambers and all the torture that went on in Auschwitz all those years ago. I cried so many times reading this book because its just so raw and real and I was so hooked that I finished it in 3 sittings. I highly recommend this book and its not one of my all time favourite reads.

The Vampire Diaries series by L.J Smith
I started reading this series back when TVD first came on tv. Ive been obsessed with the show since I came out but I never got into the books back then so I want to give it another shot. Ive had the first 2 books in my wardrobe for the last 8+ years so I think its about time I actually start reading them.

The Girl On The Train by Paula Hawkins
Ive been wanting to read this book for years after hearing so many good things about it. Ive really been enjoying thrillers lately so Im sure I will love this book.

Now You See Her by Heidi Perks
"One missing girl. Two sides. One truth." I have wanted to read this book for a few weeks now just from reading that one short blurb. Im hoping it will be like The Couple Next Door which was another thriller and suspense I loved reading.

Adventures For Your Soul by Shannon Kaiser
Self help books are great but Ive only read a couple so I want to get my hands on more to read. This book is a very popular one that was released back in 2015 and shares "21 ways to transform your habits and reach your full potential".


What book is at the top of your reading list this spring?

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