Read with Wendy - Speed edition
Hello? Hello. Wendy here and welcome to another edition of “Read with Wendy!” I’m hoping you can read because, let’s be honest, if you can’t read then why the hell are you on this blog? Better? Right okay! Before I begin, I wish to express apologies to, whoever reads our crap, that Jill and I aren’t posting as regularly because for some reason, Jill can’t edit or create new blogs. She can’t even re-blog! Which is very strange because I can do all those things and we both use the same account. It is very unusual and we are hoping to get it fixed so Jill can be her lovely self on Tumblr and celebrate like this:
Added to that, she doesn’t have the Internet. What the Effy, right?
Okay, let’s move on!
I have read quite a few books in my lifetime and unfortunately I don’t review each book as much as I want to. So, for this Speed Edition, I will review a list of books in 50 words or less ;) I like a challenge!
The Princess Diaries (Books 1-10) by Meg Cabot
An ordinary, High Schooler discovers she’s the only heir to a small country in Europe, therefore, becomes a Princess. Hates algebra and has a fat cat. In love with her best friend’s brother and has teenager problems. Oh and it’s hilarious. Don’t watch the movie, it’ll spoil the books.
Flowers in the Attic by Virginia Andrews
Father dies leaving 4 kids and wife to deal. Move to grandparents who hates the kids. Mother sneaks them into the attic of their wealthy mansion. Kids grow up in attic, locked up and abandoned by mother. Abuse, incest and heart wrenchingly sad, storyline. Recommend.
The Fault In Our Stars - John Green
Love story with Cancer on the side but that cancer itself doesn’t define them. Lots of lovely life quotes, smushy love & tragedy. Tearjerker. Absolute love. Go & read now, okay? Okay.
Yours Truly by Kirsty Greenwood
Girl is seen as a pushover, gets accidentally hypnotized which results her to blurt out whatever is in her mind. She can’t stop. Hilarity ensues. Her fiancée is weirded out and she tries to hunt the hypnotist to undo whatever he did to her. This book is so much fun!
The Abundance of Katherines by John Green
Guy only dates girls with the name Katherine. Spelt with K not a C. Journey to self-discovery after Katherine, the love of his life dumps him. Travels with his best friend for an adventure. Quirky, wonderfully written book. John Green redefines Young Adult books.
There, 5 books described in a synopsis of 50 words or less. I love reading and I have more books to review and more books to read, so keep your eyes peeled for more reviews!