Twinkle Fingers

The Lovely Bones

The Lovely Bones - Alice Sebold The movie-version was amazing, but they skipped a lot of parts in the story. Basically there are a lot of things that happened in the book that was not shown in the film. Those things, I won't mention.

Catching Fire

Catching Fire - Suzanne  Collins My favorite in the trilogy.

The Hunger Games

The Hunger Games - Suzanne  Collins This book basically made me love sci-fi. That is all.

Plus, highlight of my summer 2012.

Name All The Animals

Name All The Animals - Alison Smith This was the first book that started my "A book a month" challenge in 2012. I saw a copy at a bargain bookshop, and the thing that made me love this book was the fact that it was a heart-breaking memoir. I'm not up much for memoirs, but this is a different one. Alison's life is like a book story. There are parts where I can relate to (I'd rather not mention). I call this book "the accidental one". Why? Because I never knew anything about this book until I read it. (The summary really got me.) It changed my life. And this book started my "reading" addiction.

The Perks of Being a Wallflower

The Perks of Being a Wallflower - Stephen Chbosky This is my favorite book. It made me cry. The story is something I could really relate to, because I am a wallflower. And this book speaks for my feelings and the things people like me go through.

The Beatrice Letters

The Beatrice Letters - Lemony Snicket, Brett Helquist It's like having top secret documents on my hands! But I can't decipher what the cut-out letters that come with the poster mean??