Ten Books You Should Never Pass Up Reading

Published: October 5, 2014

There 's always something special about opening a new book, a certain nostalgia that was free with the purchase..Every once in awhile I will get so caught up in a book that I find myself walking around depressed when it ends. Here are twelve of those books.

  1. This Lullaby by Sarah Dessen

    This was the first Sarah Dessen book I've ever read, so it will always remain at the top of my list. Sarah makes you really feel like the main characters in the book, it's relatable to many and has a heart wrenching plot that will make it hard to put down.

  2. Crank by Ellen Hopkins

    Ellen Hopkins style of writing is what really draws me into her books, and this was the first to a series of many prose-form written books.

  3. My Sisters Keeper by Jodi Piccoult

    This story hits so close to home, it is a better good read and makes you want to continue to read with each page.

  4. The Fault In Our Stars by John Green

    Great read for any girl trying to find herself, or one who doesn't know her place in this world. Page turner for sure.

  5. Water for Elephants by Sara Gruer

    Makes me cry every time. It is such an emotional story, but definitely with reading.

  6. The Giver by Lois Lowry

    A classic tale that happens in a seemingly different world, the giver is a definite must read.

  7. The Raven by Edgar Allen Poe

    More a short story than a book but if you have not read The Raven, I would definitely recommend it.

  8. Where the Sidewalk Ends by Shel Silverstein

    Although not a novel like the rest, this book contains some fantastic poetry for both kids and adults. Great read, not something you would read once and never touch again.

  9. Lock and Key by Sarah Dessen

    Reminds me of a modern day fairy-tale, this Sarah Dessen  book.is sure to have to hooked.

  10. The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins

    Book was way more detailed than the movie and adds in a lot of in depth scenery that the movie just didnt portray.

If I had to choose only one book on this list, I would choose This Lullaby by Sarah Dessen. I find new ways to relate to it every time I pick it up.