January 9, 2016

Rewind to 2015: Books That Got Me Through Life

Well, this is the final Rewind to 2015 post. I hope you've enjoyed them! This one is all about the books that me through the rough patches in 2015, or they're ones I enjoyed so much that the rest of the world didn't matter for a few hours.


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Every Last Word by Tamara Ireland Stone
This book meant so much to me because I felt Sam's struggles so deeply and I was going through a bit of a rough time when I read it.

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Devoted by Jennifer Mathieu
I read this one right after spring break when I'd had to go back to school after having a wonderful week at home.

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The Wrath and the Dawn by Renee Ahdieh
I was completely sucked into Renee's debut over Memorial Day weekend.

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Fallout by Gwenda Bond
I read this one in the midst of our move to Virginia. Thank goodness for Lois Lane.

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Rereading The Start of Me and You by Emery Lord
When I read The Start of Me and You in the fall of 2014, it was so important to me and Emery's sophomore novel continued to hold a special place in my heart and got me through 2015.

I worked every Monday through Thursday evening this fall, and some nights were really boring. Thank goodness for the following three books that got me through all those shifts.
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All In by Jennifer Lynn Barnes
Winter by Marissa Meyer

Thank you to all the authors whose books got me through the tough times in 2015.

1 comment:

  1. My books are what I come back to whenever I feel a little low. Like, back when I was doing my internship and was pretty much the new girl who doesn't quite fit, my Kindle was a major lifesaver. This Lois Lane book sounds awesome by the way. I might check it out soon :)

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