This has been a long time coming. I’m a huge Harry Styles fan (who isn’t) so when I saw this on Bookish Bits Blog‘s blog I had to do it.
Kiwi — A book with a title that has nothing to do with the book.
Words on Bathroom Walls by Julia Walton is a book about Adam, who is battling schizophrenia and is about to start at new school and new medication. I really loved this book but there was nothing about the story that had to do with the title.
Sign Of The Times — A sad/emotional book with a happy ending.
The Dangerous Art of Blending In Starfish by Akemi Dawn Bowman. These books are about surviving abusive parents and getting out of abusive families and pursuing their dreams. They were both so heartbreaking to read that the ending made me cry from happiness.
Ever Since New York — A book set in New York City.
Bonjour Girl by Isabelle Lafleche. This book is everything that any show or book set in NYC has tried to sell us. We have the fashion, the blogging, the photographers, the stereotypical gay best friend, the fancy exclusive parties, the mean girls, hipster cafes.
Sweet Creature — A book where a character helps another character out, physically or metaphorically bringing them home.
The Hazel Wood by Melissa Albert. This is a dark fairytale where Alice travels into a dark storybook world to bring her mother home.
Two Ghosts — A character that goes through a change.
Alina’s dormant powers coming to the surface and literally changing her looks and personality.
Meet Me In The Hallway — A completed book series or book that you wish you could continue.
The Legend Trilogy by Marie Lu. I was about halfway through the last book when I stopped reading it but I really want to get back to Day and June’s world, for some reason I haven’t been able to.
Woman — A book with a selfish/jealous character.
#FashionVictim by Amina Akhtar, the main character is obsessed and jealous of one of her colleagues and does some fucked up shit to get her life.
Only Angel — A book where a character isn’t as innocent as they seem.
Reshma from Enter Title Here, at first she seems like an innocent victim of educational racism (in some aspects she is) but a lot of her questionable actions are revealed and she’s not so innocent anymore.
Medicine — A book with a character who has an illness.
Before I Die by Jenny Downham – this probably one of the first books I bawled my eyes out while reading, not sure I’d react the same way now because I was a teenage dramaqueen. The main character in 16 and dying of leukaemia.
Anna — A book with a character named Anna.
I honestly can not think of a single Anna I’ve ever read about this very moment.
From The Dining Room Table — A book about a character who misses/hasn’t spoken to another character in a while.
Words In Deep Blue by Cath Crowley is poetry. The main character misses her brother who died in the sea so much that she won’t tell anyone he’s dead but pretends he’s finishing up his school year.
Carolina — A book with a feisty female lead, someone worthy of having a song written about them.
Caro from Song of the Current. She steals a PIRATE SHIP, she’s rough around the edges and the definition of badass. Also her name is literally Caroline so this song was basically written for her.
What’s your favourite song from Harry Styles’ album? Mine are Ever Since New York and Sign of the Times.