Looking for good fiction books to read this weekend? We’ve compiled a list for you! From romance to fantasy and more, find the our team’s suggestions below:
Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell
If you’re in your teenage years, then Fangirl is a must–read for you. Follow the journey of an introverted young girl as she struggles through her first year of college. This book explores multiple themes that you, as a teenager will probably identify with. We’re talking fright of meeting new people to adjusting to new spaces and more.
Divergent by Veronica Roth
The first of the Divergent trilogy, this fiction book features a future version of Chicago as it follows a girl named Beatrice. She navigates a world where people are separated based on their qualities. As she enters adulthood, she must choose a faction and commit to it for life. However, the book takes the reader on a turn of events as things don’t go exactly as planned for Beatrice.
Twilight By Stephenie Meyer
Calling out to all you Twilight fans! We know you’ve probably watched the films, but have you read the novels? If you ask us, they’re twice as enticing. Give Twilight (The Novel) a chance and follow the story of “Bella” as she moves out to live with her dad and falls for vampire, Edward Cullen.
A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L’ Engle
If you’re like us, you also love a good Sci-fi fiction novel. Follow the story of a young girl named Meg Murry as she travels to a Utopian world filled with beings who live in a state of light and love. With the help of three mysterious travellers, they travel through space and time.
City of Bones by Cassandra Clare
Immerge yourself within the realm of fantasy this weekend with urban fantasy book, City of Bones. This follow follows the story of a girl named Clary Fray who discovers that she is descended from a line of Shadowhunters. Half- angel warriors, these creatures protect humanity from evil forces. Cool, huh?
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