COZY AND WARM BOOKS FOR FALL

Fall essentials
Fall essentials
Fall essentials
Fall essentials
Fall essentials

All photos by me.

Close your eyes and imagine this: a rainy day (or maybe a rainy night), the coziest spot in your house (a.k.a your bed) and lots of burning candles around you, with a cup in one hand and a cup of the most delicious coffee in the other.
Sounds good, right?
Well, now that you have created the most perfect scenario for the most perfect idea of a lazy day at home, it’s time to find the name for that book you are holding in your hand!
Here’s a bunch of books that will definitely make your life better:
1. Harry Potter by J.K.Rowling
No matter your age or genre preferences, the Harry Potter series will always be a classic and a must read. Everyone should have at least one copy of “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone” in their shelves. I picked up the 6th book of the series for the photoshoot, but I also have the 1st one and “Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them” in my little collection. They are some of my most beloved books, as well as the characters (even the bad ones, you kind of end up loving them after all).
2. Carrie by Stephen King
This girl is my all-time idol. Yes, she may look a bit weird but the book is no disappointing at all. I love the main character, Carrie White, and the way she evolves during all the plot. I feel like she’s someone everyone has been able to feel identified with at some point of their lives (and to a certain extent, of course). With Stephen King as its author, is no surprise that “Carrie” is a horror book, but I would consider it more like a creepy and mystery one, since it is not as scary as I expected. If you want to fill your lazy days with stories about strange powers and teens from the 70s, this is your book.
3. The Knife of Never Letting Go by Patrick Ness
This is a completely different story. It is set in another world and another society, where women don’t exist, more specifically in a town called Prentisstown. What makes a difference between this distopy and the other ones, is that in Prentisstown you can here everyone else’s thoughts, and they can hear yours as well. The plot revolves aroud Todd Hewitt, a normal guy who casually discovers the town’s darkest secret, and that is like turning up a bomb that could wipe up everything he has always believed to make the truth known.
Till next time,
Claudia

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