Weekly Wish List: Quarantine Reading

I think since starting studying I’ve fallen off my reading pace a bit. Probably because coming from studying I’m desperate for a different medium to look at so shows and movies have been my go to for that. I do however find myself thinking about the books I’ve read before, wanting to get lost in a new story, so I’ve done some digging for some new books to read. I’m also thinking I want to read a different type of book and new authors. If you have any recommendations for me comment some of your favourites and I just might give them a try.


I have to read Midnight Sun by Stephenie Meyer. I just have to. I read the snippet that was released all those years ago but I stopped myself from reading the leaked pages out of respect for the author. I mean, to have your work leaked like that I felt really bad so I didn’t read it. Now that she’s releasing it finally I’m curious to get lost in Edward’s head. From what she’s said about it, this should be more detailed than Twilight which will be interesting.

For my supernatural itch in a new story I’m going with Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas. It doesn’t really fit into my older protagonist kick I’ve been on but this title keeps popping up so I’m hoping it will be like the Red Queen series and be really good.

A book that was recommended to me ages ago is Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman. I think my Mother in Law first recommended it and then while searching for other books to read it kept popping up so it’s officially made my to-read list. What I’m looking forward to about this book is that it is nothing like the other books I’ve been reading so maybe it’s the gateway I need to read a different style of book

Another recommendation is The Girl Who Reads on the Metro by Christine Féret-Fleury. I think this one is a bit of a coming of age book but I get so little from the description that I think I have to read it. It’s also on the shorter side so why not give it a try


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