My favourite reads from this summer

I went on a couple of holidays this summer, which for me meant a lot of time lying on a beach reading a lot of books.

Here are some of my favourites.

Me Before You by Jojo Moyes


This book contains all the emotions. I was shocked at how easy I was sucked into it.

I’d heard good reviews about this book and watched the trailer for the film but it didn’t really interest me much.

I decided to buy it as it was on offer and its actually amazing.

Louisa is such a lovable character, you can just picture her walking along in her quirky outfits.

The way Louisa and Will change each others life is incredible and the ending will just hit you in the face.

I have since watched to film but the book wins hands down.

I’ve also bought the second which I can’t wait to start reading!



Harry Potter and the Cursed Child


This of course had to make my favourites.

It just makes me so happy finding out what some of the characters are up to now and how they’ve grown up.

This book focuses on a new generation of kids and their Hogwarts journey. It skips through the years and is told quite quickly, unlike the original Harry Potter books.

You also get an insight into what the world would of looked like if Voldemort ruled.

I’ts completely different to the Harry Potter books but at the same time it’s so similar.

I wish it was longer though, it only took me a couple of hours to finish it.


Rachel’s Holiday by Marian Keyes


Marian Keyes never fails to write a book that keeps you entertained all the way through.

This book keeps the humour going but still manages to touch on some deep subjects.

I absolutely love the Walsh family, and this book is part of a series which focuses on the life of each sister of the family.

Rachel is such strong willed character and as the story unfolds you find out more about the person she is and how she’s changed.

If you’ve never read a Marian Keyes novel, you definitely need to.


The Lake House by Kate Morton


This book definitely took me by surprise.

It’s a crime/mystery kind of book which I don’t usually like but I really enjoyed this book.

It’s set in Cornwall and focuses on several different characters but they all link together over a case of a boy that goes missing.

It can get a little confusing at parts as it switches between past and present but its a nice read with a cute ending.


Hope you liked this post, if you have any recconded reads that please let me know!

Bye for now x

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Hi and welcome to my blog. I graduated from uni a few years ago with a degree in journalism and I currently work full time in digital marketing. I have a passion for travel, photography and food!

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