The Last Song by Nicholas Sparks
My heart shattered into a million pieces reading this book. Predictable but very touching. I cried like a baby. I recommended it to two of my friends and gladly they read it and felt the same way (one of them used all her tissues at home). Trust me, even if you predicted or got spoiled what probably was gonna happen, you'd still have your heart broken.
Pandemonium by Lauren Oliver
The "now"s and "then"s format was not in my favors at first but now I definitely would say it's one of the best things in this book.It was a pleasant read. My mood went up and down during it and sometimes screaming. And once again I have to mention Lauren’s beautiful writing! What startled me was that, Lena actually believed Alex was dead and she just buried him inside her and never even bothered to question it. She did not even once asked about him, maybe when the others were going across for supplies they could get what exactly happened to him. And the ending ASDFHJGFGJJ SCREAMING THIS IS LITERALLY TORTURE.
I’m very looking forward to the next book which will be the last one and I would very much like to find out about Lena’s mother… oh and Alex, who clearly has changed ;) But I hope the storyline won't be like, Lena doesn't like the new Alex, who acts like he doesn't love her anymore and she ends up with Julian. Just NO.
Looking for Alaska by John Green
I was not even half way through the book when I just dropped it and never wanted to pick it up again. College kids hanging around, getting drunk and doing smoking is not really my thing until yesterday I really had nothing to read (or to do) so I grabbed it from the shelf and continued from where I had left. And then, (I'm not sure if it's that my taste has changed during these months) I couldn't put it down!
So I really love these characters in the book. Miles or Pudge is obsessed with famous last words which is quite an interesting hobby. And yes you can read a lot of beautiful last words in the book. Alaska...oh how I love this mysterious girl. Everything about her is just so cool. She has a life number of books and quote beautiful words. She also makes amazing pranks. And she smokes(I adore fictional female characters who smoke). Oh do I even have to start with how she got this damn cool name? Though after I've finished this whole book, I find that Alaska's life is pretty sad. She believes that she screws everything up and her life is just full of mistakes. And I love The Colonel. He's such an amazing friend and his "best day ever" story really touched me. It's probably the best "best day" story I've ever heard of.
Lots of Miles' words (or I mean John's) are really moving. There were quite a few times I just closed my book and thought about these lines.This really has been an amazing book. I also laughed pretty hard. Literally, John Green is a genius.
Dear John by Nicholas Sparks
I see that many of the reviews here saying the ending is bullshit or whatever. But I find Savannah watching the full moon after all that has happened very touching. John knew what Savannah wanted and he respected her choice. This is love - to make the one you love happy. Those heartbreaking parts about his father though.Anyway I was totally touched.
Lastly a fact, today marks the 200th anniversary of the first published copy of Pride and Prejudice, which is my all-time favorite classic =)