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Hi ForeverBookers 

I'm a girl who is new to this book blogging thing. I'm from the UK and I'm trying to be a 23 year old book blogger. I'm a book lover and have been for years now (ever since I found "Twilight" by Stephenie Meyer). Books are so special to me because the authors who write them always have meaning behind the words they write. I now want to share my views on the books that I read to try and help some of you who might want to read the books as well.

I read lots of different types of books but they normally have some sort of romance in them. I read YA, Adult and Manga mainly although I have some read poetry at school.

I've been reading YA books ever since I was probably about 8/9 when I first picked up the "Harry Potter" series by J K Rowling. I read the 2nd, and 3rd books. Then at school I read more books (and plays) through English and Drama. When I was 15/16 I read the "Twilight" by Stephenie Meyer and I loved it and that's where I found my love of romance books. When I was 18/19 I read "50 Shades Of Grey". I thought that was a good series as well. Maybe it wasn't perfectly written but it held a good story. When I was 20 I got into manga. They're generally quite quick reads so they're easy to just pick up and get absorbed in the artwork and captions. The first manga I read was "Sailor Moon" by Naoko Takeuchi. I first saw this as a Japanese Anime cartoon. I preferred the cartoon but the manga was okay.

At the moment I'm reading the "Legend" trilogy by Marie Lu. I'm currently on the 3rd book - Champion. It's good. I'll put a review of the whole trilogy when I've  finished it.

Harry Potter And The Chamber of Secrets by J K Rowling (2) - 2.5/5 stars

Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban by J K Rowling (3) - 3/5 stars

Twilight by Stephenie Meyer - 4/5 stars

50 Shades Of Grey by E L James - 3.5/5 stars

Sailor Moon by Naoko Takeuchi - 3.5/5 stars

The Legend Trilogy by Marie Lu (unfinished) - 4/5 stars

Thanks for reading, any advice for book blogging is welcome and look forward to some reviews from me soon...

 

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