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The Great Gatsby
by F. Scott Fitzgerald


All themes and topics(such as the American Dream, people being blinded by money, how the rich acts in society, etc.) mentioned in this book closely related to the era in which the US was going through. The party scenes were also very elaborate and made me feel as if I was in the book! Additionally, Gatsby's story was really fascinating to read, especially his desire of becoming a new person. I can see why this is a classic.
 
 


Romeo And Juliet
by William Shakespeare


First taste into Shakespeare's work, and it was fantastic! The way the bard entertained the audience and included emotional scenes was brilliant; the story was complex but not too long nor boring. From this play, I learned what decades long of hatred can do to you and your loved ones.
 
 


A Court Of Silver Flames
by Sarah J Maas


Nice break in the series but wanted more of a plot
 
 


A Court Of Wings And Ruin
by Sarah J Maas


Great series
 
 


We Have Always Lived In The Castle Shirley Jackson
by Shirley Jackson


It's definitely a slow burn. While it didn't hook me, I kept thinking about it afterwards.
 
 


Annihilation
by Jeff Vandermeer


One of the best books I've ever read.
 
 


The Bell Jar
by Sylvia Plath


Disturbing yet riveting
 
 


Christmas in Camelot
by Mary pope Osborne


I liked it because Jack and Annie went on a mission to the otherworld to Save Camelot and Merlin transformed into different things like a Stag
 
 


The land of the Flowes
by Thea Stilton


they go to the land of Flowers to make the other Kingdoms helathy
 
 


Real Friends
by Shannon Hale


It is such a good memoir! I love the art and just everything about this book! If you like realistic graphic novels, read this!
 
 
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