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My Top 5 Favorite Books

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I'm a major bookworm. I love reading books, and I know a lot of people do too, so I wanted to share few of my favorites.

My top five books are...

5. Twenties Girl by Sophie Kinsella
It's not as famous as her Shopaholic series, but it sure is good. There are not many things in this book that make it stand out from her other books, but it does show the importance of family. It tells the story of a girl who is being haunted by her great aunt. It shows you that money is not everything in life and that sometimes being with your family can change you for the better.

4. To The Power Of Three by Laura Lippman
It's a pretty different story, one about three girls and secrets that can tear you apart. It's like another version of Pretty Little Liars, but it's just as interesting and mysterious. In this story, the girls are pretty different from each other, yet somehow they become a trio - secret code names and all. It's a book you must read if you're a big mystery fan.

3. If You Could See Me Now by Cecelia Ahern
This book is about letting go and having fun. It shows you no matter how old you become, you can always find the child inside you. Forget about the stress and just have fun. If there is anyone you feel is always tense or stressed out about something, I suggest you ask them to read this book.

2. Looking For Alaska by John Green
I admit it. I'm a big fan of John Green. I love his way of writing. In this book, he writes about life after the death of your loved ones and finding your way back. Though I haven't lost anyone close to me, it helped me understand what one goes through when they lose someone. If you ever lost someone and have a hard time getting through it, this book will surely help you.

1. The Mortal Instruments by Cassandra Clare
The reason I like this series is because it has everything you could ever ask for: romance, action, adventure, comedy, etc. Funny one-liners, love triangles, warlocks, vampires, werewolves - whatever you want, it's there. This series kept me on the edge until the end. It surprised me at every turn. There was no way I could have ever anticipated anything that happened. This series is the best there ever was. I can't wait for Lady Midnight of Dark Artifices. Cassandra Clare, you are amazing. Thank you for creating this series.

Side note: To the people who saw the movie: If you think the movie was bad, you have to read this series. It'll show you just how much you missed.

So that's it. I hope no one gets offended by this. This is purely based on my opinions. Hope you like it.

P.S: I didn't write much about the books because I didn't want to give out any spoilers for the people who haven't read them.
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