Books That I’ve Forgotten I Loved
Lately, I’ve been thinking about how my reading has changed. How for the last 8 to 9 years, I’ve been reading YA and how much it has changed my life. I remember those first books that I read, the fandoms’ I joined and become a part of. And most importantly it was my love for these books that made me want to start Angel Reads.
So today I thought I would share some of those books and series that I have forgotten that I loved. There is a good mix of books here, and like always they are in no particular order.
Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead: This is one of the series that really brought me into this world of young adult literature. It’s what made me fall in love with the readership of YA and I haven’t gone back since.
It has everything that I love; romance, friendship, tough ass female protagonist and something supernatural.
Angel by L.A Weatherly: This was one of the series that continued my love for the supernatural and started my love for Angels. I loved that Angels weren’t the good and may have been trying to take over the world.
And still to this day, there is one scene between the protagonist and the male love interest that I can re-read. It’s one of my favourite scenes of all time and I don’t even know why. I thought it was adorable and cute and just killed my 14-year-old heart.
Anna Dressed in Blood by Kendare Blake: I am not a big horror or ghost reader even when I love supernatural, so picking Anna Dressed in Blood was a surprise pick for me. However, I loved it. It’s creepy and addicting all at the same time.
After reading this one I started to read more ‘scary’ or not so lovely YA supernatural – which was great.
Second Chance Summer by Morgan Matson: This is one of the first contemporary novels that I picked up and ever since I haven’t been able to stop reading both contemporary books and Morgan Matson.
This book was emotional, heartbreaking, but at the same time put a smile on my face. It showed me even the real world could be interesting and captivating. It’s a very raw and real book, that I haven’t been able to re-read many times because all I do when reading is cry.
Harry Potter by J.K Rowling: Okay I haven’t really forgotten that I love this series, how could I. But, I did forget why and how much I loved Harry Potter. I’ve recently started re-read the series via audio books and holy gosh.
It’s like I am reading it for the first time again, it’s a whole new experience. When I am listening, I’m taken on a journey with Harry, Ron and Hermione, like never before. And I can’t get enough of it. I’ve got about 6 hours left of Chamber of Secrets and I can’t wait to listen to more.
And that is it for this post! I hope that you enjoyed. What are some of the books that you have forgotten that you loved? Do we share any that is the same? Let’s Chat!