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The cycle of reading goes on

i want to write a post here but there is this song stuck into my head since last 15 minutes and every time i come here to type, i play that song once again and listen and then i come back to type but then again i listen the song, finish and then come back only to helplessly watch the cycle repeat itself. Do you know what does the song, that is stuck in your head and keeps playing in a loop, is called? It is called Ear-worm. The word is quite catchy though.

Anyway, let's talk about books! Today i finished Girl Online Going Solo by Zoella Sugg. i am seriously not into teen books and chic lits but a few weeks back i was into the book shop here and saw this Girl Online on discount. The cover looks colorful and vibrant, matching to the story of 17 years old girl. So i bought it. i find books the best articles to decorate my house with. i love seeing books lying around, my guitar resting at one corner and my laptop perched on a table or sofa. These give me a sense of belonging, remind me of my goals and keep me perked up. In short, the best sight to lay eyes on. 

So i was saying i finished GO. As expected, the book can be much more enjoyed by teenagers or  simply, young adults. Penelope Porter is the lead protagonist and the book has two predecessors in the same series to claim. Before GO, i had finished Small Great Things by Jodi Picoult. What an awesome book the latter is! i was totally absorbed once i got into it. For the first few chapters, my reading was not organized but soon after, most possibly a miracle, i picked up my old pace where i, if i am in love with a book, do anything to finish the book asap. i read Small Great Things practically in every free minute and even then when i had my face pack on. The author has such fine way of narrating a story that just got under my skin. Now after GO, i again have picked Picoult. Yet to start but i am sure i am about to disembark to a great journey.

Which book did you finish lately? Would you recommend it as my next read?


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