Reading Passion: Favourite Books

   Since around three years ago, I have developed a passion (obsession) for reading books, it’s one of my favourite things to do.

   I seriously have lost the count of how many books I have read, but I can assure they have been many. As I truly did not know what to do with my free time, I started this hobbie and it has been amazing! Now, it has become my favourite leisure-time activity. My favourite types of book genres are thriller, science fiction, mystery and novel. I can tell for sure that Reading is entertaining, funny, exciting and; definitely, addictive!

What do I think that makes a book good?

   What I think that makes a book good would be the plot, I definitely think that it is the most important in a book, the essential. Also, I would say, the end of the history is important as well; I have read a few books (I’m not going to name them) that seemed to be interesting, and they actually were, but the endings just ended up being trash. To summarise, the most attractive thing about a book is the plot itself which has to be catchy and interesting to make the book a page-turner.

What books Have I read?

   As i said before, I have read many books but I’m just going to name a few.

  • The Divergent trilogy by Veronica Roth.
  • The Maze Runner trilogy by James Dashner.
  • The Fifty Shades series by E.L. James.
  • Inferno by Dan Brown.
  • The Hunger Games trilogy by Suzanne Collins.
  • The 5th Wave trilogy by Rick Yancey.
  • The Fault in Our Stars by John Green.

Which ones are my favourites?

  • The Kingkiller Chronicle: The Name of the Wind and The Wise Man’s Fear by Patrick Rothfuss (the third book has not been published yet).
  • The whole Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling (specially Harry Potter and The Globet of Fire).
  • All of The Chronicles of Narnia books by C.S Lewis.
  • The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown.

Have you read any of these?, What are your favourite books?.

Tell me in the comments section.


30 thoughts on “Reading Passion: Favourite Books

  1. justinotooyoung

    I can see that you’ve read two of Dan Brown’s books. Follow Robert Langdon in uncovering mysteries in “The Lost Symbol” too. 🙂 good read!

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    1. Good! Yes, you’re right. It has been years since he published the 2nd one but I’m still waiting for the 3rd one. Thank you for your recommendation! I can see that we’ve got similar book tastes so that trilogy has to be great, I’ll definitely read it! ☺


    1. I’m glad to see that you like reading! It is for sure one of the most entertaining activities there is. Besides, good to see you like HP! I really enjoyed the books and I hope you do as well. 😊

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  2. Simdie

    Recently my favourite would be The alchemist by Paulo coelho, it’s a very lovely book, insightful too!..just followed you here..would really appreciate if you could do the same as well ☺

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  3. Travel memoirs can sometimes be page-turners too, due to the many adventures and personal growth that constitute the plot! In this genre, I recommend In Arabian Nights, by Tahir Shah. Also, if you want to learn Italian, I recommend In Altre Parole/In Other Words, by Jhumpa Laheri.

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    1. Yeah, It did not look like the book in almost anything. That’s why books are always better than films. In my opinion, it happened the same with the second film of the maze runner, everything was changed! It is no fair!


  4. Hey, and thanks for the like on my blog😊
    I read your about page and we actually seem to be quite similar in our interests. Reading and drawing is definitely my favorite things to do in my spare time besides blogging. I hope you’ll stick around my blog when I start posting more! It’ll be ruffly a week because I have to finish up a competition at my old blog :p If you’d be interested in it, it’s a writing competition and the winner gets two free books! Here’s a link

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    1. Thank you so much! ☺ I’m glad that we share similar interests. I’m not sure about participating in the competition becuase I think that I have to improve my writing. Nevertheless, thank you.


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  5. Oana

    Haha I recently bought “The Name of the Wind” as well! A friend of mine recommended it to me – so I grabbed it when I was at the library and never looked back.

    I am super curious to see how it is!

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