Favorite book ever

So I’ve read lot of books, and as every book has their good bits about them and bad bits about them, I have been thinking what is my favorite book ever, and to be honest there are so many books which are my favorite and which I love, and books which I feel have changed my view and opinion about life and the world we are live in, that it is impossible to define what is my favorite book.

But if I had to choose a favorite book of all time it has to be little women. Not only is it a brilliant story, with brilliant characters. I can also relate to the four main characters, in particular Beth. For I too is sensitive and musical.

So I was wondering what is everybody else’s favorite book and why?

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My top 10 children books

  1. Little women By Louisa May Alcott
  2. The lion, the witch and the wardrobe by CS Lewis
  3. The naughtiest girl series by Enid Blyton
  4. Matilda by Roald Dahl
  5. A little Princess by Frances Hodgson Burnett
  6. The little house in the prairie by Laura Ingalls Wilder
  7. Wonder by RJ Palacio
  8. The harry potter series by JK Rowling
  9. Just William by Richard Crompton
  10. Hetty Feather by Jaqueline Wilson

 

So what is everyone elses top ten? What books would you add or take out of this top ten. Comment below 🙂

Bookworms unite

 

So this page has been set up, so I can review books that I have read, also to make suggestions of books that I have read which fit certain themes, as suggested by you the reader. So please comment below on any topics.

And enjoy reading, you lovely book worms 🙂

Book review 1-In the fifth tower at Malory tower

So I decided to read this book, as I am a massive fan of Enid Blyton’s work (Even at 21). This book is part of Enid Blyton’s Malory Towers series, which follows school girl Darrell and her friends. In this specific book she is in the upper fifth, where they have to create a pantomime.

Overall this book is well written, in the general Blyton style. I would recommend it to anyone who wants to start to read any of Blyton’s work. It covers many topics for example the important of friendship and to good for people. It also have many memorable characters which young girls in particular can relate to.

So jolly oh, have a read of it! 🙂