I brought a handful or so of books with me to college. Will I even touch them? I have no idea. I’ve been favoring audiobooks lately because the only thing that I legitimately read are textbooks. Yes, it’s a sad thing, but if you’re curious about which books I brought with me to college, stay tuned.
For the most part, these are books that I could theoretically fly through, so you won’t find any hardcore fantasy here.
A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas
A Beauty and the Beast retelling with faeries, so I’m told. I’ve been aching to read this one for a while. I got about 20 pages in before having to stop because college got in the way.
It’s Kind of a Funny Story by Ned Vizzini
From my pitiful understanding, this book is about a boy that gets checked into a mental institution after an attempted suicide. He finds out that there are multiple roads to happiness and support amongst the various residents at the institution.
Frigid by Jennifer L. Armentrout
This one is supposedly a romance between two longtime friends after they get stuck in a cabin during the winter, but there is a mystery involved too. Someone is stalking them. Are they safe?
Ugly Love by Colleen Hoover
This one is a New Adult novel surrounding a friends with benefits type understanding. Although, I’m assuming that things get complicated, and feelings start to emerge.
Maybe Someday by Colleen Hoover
To be 100% honest, I’m not exactly sure what this one is about. I think that a girl catches her boyfriend cheating, and then, she moves into someone else’s apartment to deal with that emotional trauma. Again, don’t quote me on that one, and please don’t judge the author based on my terrible descriptions.
The Darkest Part of the Forest by Holly Black
This is another one that I’m very anxious to get to. It’s also about fae and human interaction. For generations, a boy with horns has slept in a glass box in the middle of the forest. One day, he wakes up. Oh, yes, I am intrigued.
Seriously… I’m Kidding by Ellen DeGeneres
Ellen’s third nonfiction book about her life. It’s designed to make people laugh and smile. It should be a good time.
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