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Sunday, 17 November 2013

Come & tell me about a book that changed your life...

When those big 'life events' happen, no matter how much you're expecting them or how prepared you feel you are to cope with everything, I think it's very easy to be left feeling a little lost. Combine that with feeling a little disillusioned in general and I guess I just feel like I've lost my way a little. I've stumbled off the path I'm supposed to be on and now I need to find my way back, perhaps with a few adventures along the way.
We all hear the phrase 'this book changed my life' quite a lot & this is where I need you! I would love to hear about a book that has changed your life. Maybe it inspired you, taught you something about life or about yourself, or maybe it just made you smile. If you would like to share why it had so much of an impact on you that would be wonderful, but don't feel like you have to! These things can be incredibly personal & if you don't want to share in a comment (you can use the anonymous function) please feel free to email me (sailorjennie@googlemail.com). 

I'm hoping that maybe they'll help me out a little too... 

Love, Jennie
xoxo

85 comments:

  1. I remember when I was little I didn't have the best home life and reading books was my escape. I read Matilda one day and connected so much with the character and it really cheered me up and made me feel like one day I'd be fine too! I also spent weeks trying to move spoons with my mind lol, but hey I was about 10. Since being an adult though, whenever I'm a bit down or having a period in life where I either need cheering up or a good cry, I always pick up Gone With The Wind. It's a long book but I love sinking my teeth into it and escaping for hours on end. It's just a beautiful book and you can't help but connect with (and hate!) Scarlett, and it always, always gets me sobbing away throughout it. I don't know why I love it so much considering it makes me cry so bad but I guess it's nice to read about people with bigger problems that your own sometimes lol x

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    1. Aww I love Matilda too, I always hoped I'd come across a teacher like Miss Honey! I've never read Gone With the Wind, I absolutely need to though. Thank you for sharing! xo

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  2. Harry Potter. :) But for you I would recommend The Secret Garden. Barnes & Noble do a beautiful leather bound edition which you can get on The Book Depository for around 15€. Really inspirational and lovely book, you would love it Jennie! x

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    1. Ooh I'll have a look, thank you! xo

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  3. I would have to say Harry Potter here. I've been a fan since the age of 8 and still love it. The books leading up to the movies and I've spend a lot of time online forums and things like that. Met a lot of people with the same love for the Harry books and it just set up that little bit of my childhood. Harry's adventure helped me to be the person who I am. Plus I've spend a lot of time reading, going to conventions, premieres and other Harry events. If you want to know a bit more, just let me know. :)

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    1. I absolutely agree, I don't think anything will ever top the Harry Potter series because of the times and memories I associate with it! xo

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  4. I can only say that Harry Potter is the book that changed my life, it sounds a bit dramatic but I think it did. I loved reading series like Twilight but lets be honest, the message isn't the same and I've never re-read it.

    I re-read HP every year from start to finish and it reminds that the little things in life are the most important, and hard work will get you what you want.

    I suppose it's not much help to you if you've already put the castle pictures up there ^^ then you're already a fan! I find even watching the films can help as its quicker than reading the books again :)

    http://cosmeticsshoppingandintoxication.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. It's a beautiful series, I'm so happy that she wrote them. I know they mean a lot to so so so many people <3 xo

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  5. I'm not sure if you are talking about non fiction books or fiction but I really enjoyed this book called the Happiness Project by Gretchen Ruben
    I wouldn't say it changed my life dramatically as such, but it helped me realize that little things can make you just has happy as big things and not to take things for granted. It's not a heavy book which I liked and I would recommend it if you don't want to do lot's of soul searching but just a reminder ♥

    Sorry for such a long comment :)

    Sushi Girl xx


    http://positivelygrand.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. Thank you for sharing, I'll absolutely check it out, it sounds wonderful! ox

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  6. Lois McMaster Bujold, depending on your tastes either the Vorkosigan series or the Chalion series

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  7. There many books I love, but three of them are really special to me:
    1. Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe. This is a beautiful, heart worming story of a friendship/love between two young women. It's funny, clever and touching. it made me laugh, made me cry and made me think of what is important in life. this is a story of strong women who are not scared of life.
    2 The Snow Child- beautiful contemporary fairytale. it makes me think of my childhood, makes me thing of changes in life and makes me believe that there are still many things magical that people can't understand, can't explain with scientific facts.
    You'll fall in love with wild, snowy countryside and the people You'll meet when You enter the world of the Snow child. Beautiful story of love, loss and a bit of magic.
    3. Brave New World is completely different from the two novel Huxley futuristic vision scared me at first, then fascinated and then I read it as a warning. it presents the future, where humans are mere machines- they do not think, they do not have opinions, ideas, feelings... they are drugged and live in happy ignorance until one person begins to ask question.
    I love this book, I believe it is cautionary tale for people who indulge in progress and consumerism too much and loose their humanity.

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    1. The Snow Child is on my must-read list, it sounds so incredibly beautiful! Thank you for the other recommendations too <3 x

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  8. The Secret History will always be one of my favourite books, it really made sense to me when I first read it and every time I revisit it, it always gets me thinking. xxx

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    1. I'll look it up, thank you for the recommendation! xo

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  9. There are so many I could choose from as books are so important to me, but I'll narrow it down to two that I'll never forget :)

    The first is The Time Traveller's Wife. I sobbed and sobbed when I finished the last page, and I don't think I can ever read it again, but it really made me aware of how precious the ones we love are.

    The second is the Dark Tower series by Stephen King. He's my favourite author and I read all seven books (although King added an optional eighth!) as I was growing from a teen to adult. The story is huge and epic and I guess I associate it all with me growing up. I'm re-reading them all now and I'm hoping I found them just as enthralling as the first time.

    Peppanip x

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    1. Ooh I haven't read either, thank you for the suggestions! I'll save The Time Traveller's Wife for a time when I want to have a really good cry! xo

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  10. I couldn't choose just one so in no particular order - Harry potter, the secret garden and Matilda.
    I guess they all taught me that the easiest way isn't always the best way, and to stick to my morals.
    Also when I was older wintergirls by Laurie Halse Anderson really helped me because I was going through a similar situation at the time, and I wouldn't listen to anyone. For some reason it was easier to read this book and make my own decisions, because at the time I felt like everyone was dictating to me.
    Great post :)

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    1. I love Harry Potter and Matilda so much! I'll look into The Secret Garden and Wintergirls! <3

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  11. The book that changed my life was A life without limits by Chrissie Wellington. If you haven't heard of her she's a world champion Ironman Triathlete and she's a massive inspiration to me - she actually lives in my hometown at the moment :) Annoyingly she's doing a free talk next week but I'm away at the spa so I won't be able to see her!
    Her book is all about her life before and after Ironman and triathlon, she's had an interesting life and her book really inspired me to keep going with my running and training. It's definitely worth a read even if you aren't into triathlon.
    x

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    1. Ohh I'll definitely look into it, thank you! xo

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  12. Reading is the best escape. I completely agree. And because there's just MILLIONS of books out there, there'll always be the perfect book for whatever occasion. I love inspiring books, where there's a really strong character development in it, as it makes me feel "Ahaa! I CAN do it, if they can do it I can too!" My favourite book is "My Story" by Cheryl Cole. It's just so inspiring, she's wonderful and really makes me determined to continue!

    Sharlotte

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    1. I agree, there's always something new to read <3

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  13. "The Life of Phi" was the most spiritual journey through a book I've experience thus far. the movie was great too!
    Jessica
    the way to my Hart

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    1. I haven't seen the film yet, but I definitely want to and I'll read the book first <3

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  14. What a lovely idea! The book that made a real impact for me was undoubtedly The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Alborn. I read it at a time when I'd lotst someone very dear to me and found a lot of comfort in its message. It tells the story of Eddie who meets five people who were instrumental in his life. I really can't recommend it enough. It's a story that I can read again and again and is really very moving.

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    1. It sounds like an utterly wonderful story, thank you so much for recommending it to me! xo

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  15. Harry Potter changed my life, it made me interested in reading!!
    Charli... beauty,fashion,lifestyle,hamsters x

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    1. It's a truly incredible series <3

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  16. Harry Potter of course. I wonder if you went to Universal Studios in Orlando, FL.. I went this year with my family and it was the most amazing experience ever.
    I personally have never been to the Warner Bros studios in London but I did go to the Harry Potter 'land' in Florida and I was in shock for several hours. I'd recommend you to visit there if you can.. its breathtaking and its just like the movie.. its huge and truly magical.
    I've hear the stuff in london is a bit more studios than a place to have fun . I can tell you that the park in florida was incredible and it made me cry.. it's something I'll never forget cause i felt part of 'it'
    ill be returning next year if possible !

    xx

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    1. I haven't, I really loved the studio tour though, it was so fascinating to see the actual props and sets! xo

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  17. The Bronze Horseman (and the following two books - a trilogy) by Paula Simons. I lived inside that story when reading it, it swept me away. I will come back to read the comments on this post because this is such a beautiful idea x

    Miho @ Wander to Wonder

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    1. Thank you, I'll check them out for sure! xo

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  18. Honestly, I don't know that one has ever changed my life... Hemingway changed my view on what writing should be like, I guess? But there's a poem that I always come back to, it's called "conjugations" by Mario Benedetti... hopefully you can find an English translation if you google it? It's very simple, short, but so beautiful... my favorite line is, "there are yesterdays, and tomorrows, but no todays" - it doesn't translate amazingly but if you think about it it's beautiful.

    I hope you figure out what you're looking for!

    http://lasaloperie.blogspot.com

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  19. Oh goodness I love this idea!
    My numero uno would be the Philip Pullman His Dark Materials Trilogy. They have had such a profound affect on me in temrs of how I feel about religion, spirituality and my actions in life. Not only a beautifully constructed world in them, but an astonishing exploration of ideas. I must have read them all well over a dozen time and every time I finish the 3 again, I find myself thinking about them for hours after, with thoughts and feelings swimming around my head. They're a slow burner I think, but the conclusions are just astonishing. Since my dad died they've become even more significant and comforting to me. I cannot reccomend them enough.
    Other favourites are: A Handmaid's' Tale by Margaret Atwood. Read as a teen, it was the first time I really thought about feminism and the way women are treated in society, and the risks that could face us in limiting rights and not continuing to care about these issues. That's been pretty fundamental for me.
    The HP books are similar to the Dark MAterials Trilogy for me in terms of making me think hard about relationships. love and sacrifice but I know you need no convincing on those :)
    Finally, I love Laura Ingalls Wilder books. Her Little House series chronicles her life as a pioneer girl in America and they were books i grew up with. Plus I was named after her :) She was an admirable woman who experienced a pretty special time in history and reading her articles as an adult gaveme much to think about, regarding the type of woman I want to be in the future.
    A feministy ranty but non-the-less life changing one for me is the Whole Woman by Germaine Greer. A really carefully thought out book that I think all women should read and at least think about even if they do not agree with her. Again, just something that gave me insight into an issue that I think should be at the forefront for us all.
    Now that is a beastly list, so I'll leave you there! I would love to know your thoughts if you do or have read them
    xxx

    Chambray & Curls

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    1. Thank you so much for the recommendations. I will absolutely read the His Dark Materials books at some point, I can't believe I haven't read them yet! <3

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  20. The book that genuinely changed me was The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett. It sounds super cheesy but it basically made me recognise all the beautiful, good things in life! One of my favourite quotes from the book is "I am sure there is Magic in everything, only we have not sense enough to get hold of it and make it do things for us" and also this quote. It's my favourite book and I couldn't recommend it enough if you haven't read it before! :)

    Ria x
    naturiabeauty.com

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    1. I've popped it on my must-read list, you're not the first to have recommended this to me on this post so it much be a good one! xo

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  21. There are so many books I've read and so many I've treasured. I'm sad to say I don't think one has changed my life as such but the most poignant one that sticks out in my mind is Pillow Talk by Freya North- it's a really beautiful story.

    Lots of love for you lovely <3

    Sophie xox soinspo

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    1. Thank you for the suggestion lovely lady, I'll have a look into it! xo

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  22. As I once wrote "I am obsessed with Harry Potter books. Reading them helped me get through some very hard times in my life, it was a magical escape that cannot compare to anything else. When I first started reading HP I was the same age as Harry, and was convinced, that I too, will receive a letter from Hogwarts and will finally find a place where I belong." I remember I used to read HP to my little brother (I also got caught reading it in church). One time my aunt, my little brother (6 years old at the time) and I met our family priest in the town, whose name was Valdemar, and my brother said "Oh, hi Father Voldemort" hahaha :):) My aunt and I were dying laughing:) I also loved "The Alchemist" by Paulo Coelho- life changing <3 Books are the best.

    Paula xxx
    My beauty & lifestyle blog

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    1. Harry Potter is so special to so many people, I'm so glad Jo wrote them! <3

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  23. Harry Potter for sure, but I always find that if I'm feeling lost, down or plain miserable I like to read any of the shopaholic books, or "does my bum look big in this?" by Arabella Weir, they always make me giggle or just laugh out loud, even when the characters are going through tough times :')

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    1. They sound like such fun reads! <3

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  24. There's nothing as special to me as Harry Potter. While there have been other books that I've loved and have a massive meaning to me, Harry Potter is the only one that I can truly say has shaped my life and teenage years. I don't think there will ever be anything as special as that again where millions of people are completely transported into another world and completely believe xx
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    1. I think there are a lot of people out there, me included, that completely agrees with you on this one. There will never be any other book that I treasure quite as much as this series because of the time in my life when I first read it and how much it helped me though the meh times! xo

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  25. I found The Happiness Project by Gretchen Ruben to be a really good read that helped me look how I could change things in my life. It's such a good book, I've been buying it for friends for birthdays & Christmas.
    Also I often really like to re-read two books that help me get out of a funk and make me think hard about what I want are Vision in White by Nora Roberts, it's part of a series called the Bride Quartet and it's a contemporary romance but I love it because it's about love, friends and family being what you make it not the people you're connected to by blood and it's a fun wedding planning series too! Also by Nora Roberts Dance Upon the Air it's beautifully written with lots of great imagery and it's about second chances and magic and love.
    However, two books that really sunk deep with me after I lost my Dad a few years ago.
    Darkfever by Karen Marie Moning, is an Urban Fantasy series where Mac finds out her sister died while studying in Ireland. Mac goes to find out what happened to her sister and finds this whole new world she new nothing about with Fae, Vampires and magic artefacts. Awesome amazing series and I loved the way Ms Moning writes how Mac copes with the loss of her sister and the rest of the magical world.
    And This I Know: Notes on Unravelling the Heart by Susannah Conway, Ms Conway writes about how she coped with losing her significant other and how she managed to cope with that loss and how it changed her. It's not just about death though and it's not just beautifully written but she's also an amazing photographer and it's full of her pictures and it's a truly wonderful book.
    Hope some of these suggestions help you to finding your way back to you! xox

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    1. I was about to say This I Know: Notes on Unraveling the Heart. I only very recently read it, but it resonated with me in a major way. It's the only book to really make me think 'I need to get a ruddy grip!' I've literally just bought three copies to give to various people for Christmas :P

      Jenny | sunny sweet pea xx

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    2. Ally - Thank you, I will absolutely have a look into all your recommendations, especially This I Know, it sounds like a beautiful book! xo

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    3. Jenny - I will definitely look into it a little more, it sounds wonderful! xo

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  26. Hi Jennie! Gosh this is a marvelous idea :) The two books that have absolutely had major effects on the way I live, breathe and think are East by Edith Pattou, and What Are People For by Wendell Berry. East is a beautiful fantasy, one I just picked up in junior high and could not put down from the first page. It is written so enticingly, and the story is magical. What Are People For is an insightful read, looking at how we always desire to consume things and live comfortably - my professor read excerpts from this every day in an art class, and I was so challenged and enlightened. Praying you will find guidance and understanding, friend!

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    1. Thank you so much for your recommendations. They both sound wonderful and I'll have a look into them! xo

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  27. Well "The Perks Of Being Wallflower" is the best book ever and it kind of changed my life :)
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  28. Beautiful by katie Piper.I don't often re read books but have with this one. she really is inspiring in so many ways. there's a part in the book where she talks about her parents and it is so moving. I'm a big fan of Katie Piper too, so thrilled she's expecting a child :)

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  29. The HP books remind me of my childhood but I wouldn't say they changed my life. I don't think I've read a book yet that has been life changing but I've been touched by all of the books written by Khaled Hosseini. I'd recommend them to everyone!

    Tara xo

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  30. When I was younger lots of Jacqueline Wilson books helped me realise that it's ok to be a bit of dreamer and to not have to do what everyone else is doing. I guess they gave me a different perspective so they kinda changed my life! I can't think of any off the top of my head that made an impact on me when I got older (although there have been many I'm sure, my mind has just gone blank!) Anyway, I hope you're feeling a little less lost soon Jennie xxx

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    1. Ohh absolutely, I loved Jacqueline Wilson. I'm not sure what happened to the books I used to own by her, i think I might need to repurchase a couple and read them again! xo

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  31. Hmm this is a very interesting question! For me it was the original Mary Poppin books- they were so whimsical and creative and made me want to become a writer. It was the first thing to inspire me to start writing my own stories :)

    xo marlen
    http://thesoubrettebrunette.blogspot.com/2013/11/violet-mints.html

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  32. I still remember my parents reading Enid Blyton's The Faraway Tree to me and my brother at bedtime. There are lots of other books that have popped up at important times in my life but the books they read me are the ones I'm most attached to and sometimes when I'm feeling really down and disillusioned with life I'll reread them (I bought quite a few as an adult) and it makes me feel like I'm back with the people I love most, even though we live in different countries now.

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    1. That's so so lovely. I read a few Enid Blyton's books when I was younger but not very many and I haven't for many years. I'll have to revisit them! xo

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  33. A few books have made a huge impression on my life, but I have to say the biggest one is Danny Wallace's Join Me. I find him really inspiring - not because he's been through particular hardship or is doing things that make the whole world sit up and hail him as a hero, but for the way he looks at life and expanding his horizons beyond the world he lives in. I read Join Me at a time when I'd experienced a lot of negative people in my life, and reading it gave me faith that good, kind, inquisitive people are still out there. That there are people there willing to follow through with ideas when everyone else thinks they're a bit bonkers. It taught me to embrace being inquisitive about the world - and that small things can make a difference. Plus, it's genuinely funny and heart warming.

    I hope you feel a little less lost soon. xxx

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    1. Ooh I've not heard of that one before, but it sounds like it's well worth a read so I will definitely look into it. It's always good to be reminded that there are good people out there! Thank you! xo

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  34. I have to agree with the Happiness Project. I also love She's Come Undone by Wally Lamb and the Robber Bride by Margaret Atwood.

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    1. Thank you, I'll look into them all! Really appreciate you taking time to tell me about them! xo

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  35. I read this one a loooong time ago, so I can't remember all the details, but I loved Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom. I definitely think I need to re-read it soon. I remember it was one of those books that just made me appreciate life in a different way. :)

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    1. Thank you, I'll have a look into it! Those kinds of books are always wonderful <3

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  36. Without a doubt, the His Dark Materials trilogy. The best books I've ever read. A really good story, but with so much depth and underlying commentary on humans, religion, history and power, and beautifully written. xxx

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    1. They're well and truly on my list, I can't believe I haven't read them already! xo

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  37. Doctor Glas by Söderberg. It's a Swedish author, but there is a German and very good, English translation available. It's about the nature of human beings and the morality and positive and negative effects of morality and society. I read it in one sit and it's one book I'd always recommend again, because it also got me interested in my psychology degree ...

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    1. Will pop it on my list, thank you!! xo

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  38. I would say any of the Judy Blume books when I was little, especially Hello God, it's me Margaret. They really helped me when home life wasn't great and when I was going through those awkward transitional years x

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  39. Wir Kinder vom Bahnhof Zoo (We Children of Bahnhof Zoo) changed my life.

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  40. I have two books that changed my life for different reasons. The first is Spies by Michael Frayn, it's not really what the book is about that changed my life but more the moment when I read it. I'd done two years at college and was ready for uni when I suddenly decided the course I'd chosen really wasn't for me, a little bit lost I decided to go back to college for an extra year a do a couple more AS Levels one of which was English Language. I'd loved reading sooo much as a child but over the years I'd kind of given up on it. Suddenly I was on a course that required me to read and analyse novels and one of the first up was Spies. I really enjoyed what the novel was about but it was like a light had been switched on and I saw reading in a whole new light I began to enjoy it again, rediscover my passion for books and I learnt to look at books in a whole new way. From that moment I've always said that Spies is the books that helped me rediscover my passion for reading.

    The second book that changed my life is Tuesday's With Morrie by Mitch Albom. It's a true story where Mitch meets up with his old college professor, Morrie, who is dying. Morrie teaches Mitch some lessons about life which he then puts into this book. Words can't describe how amazing this book is and the lessons in it really give you some food for thought. It has to be one of my favourite books ever.

    Lauren | Bits and Bobs xx

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    1. Thank you for the recommendations, Lauren! I've not heard of Spies before but I will absolutely look into it a little more. You're not the first person to have recommended Tuesday's With Morrie to me in the comments, so it must be a really wonderful read! <3

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  41. I'm with the masses here and have to say without a shadow of a doubt Harry Potter. J K Rowling certainly changed the lives of many children around the world as I was only 11 when I discovered the first book in year 7 at High School. I wouldn't have at that time realised what kind of impact it would have on me and he whole world; what a masterpiece she created in that cafe in Edinburgh.

    Amy x | A Little Boat Sailing

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  42. With the pictures posted I also have to say Harry Potter. I wouldn't really say that it actually changed my life but I can't imagine what it's like to grow up without them. My best friend has never read and not even seen Harry Potter until I forced her to watch the first film with me last week. She's studying English to become a teacher so it's absolutely essential to know about Harry, right? (I still can't believe that she never read it like how????) It was so cute to see her reactions to what was shown in the film and I realised I was talking all the time and explaining stuff that I felt she needed to know but I think she hasn't quite understood why it's so important to me. I guess with only the first film it is really hard to understand but I'm going to make her see the others aswell and then I guess she'll understand even though it'll never be the same for her. At least she asked me for the book afterwards :D
    I - as well as some of my best friends - have grown up reading Harry Potter, feeling like this world was absolutely normal. My friend was so shocked when she saw the troll and I was like 'yeah that's a troll, nothing special about it, they're disgusting'
    I started reading Harry Potter at the ag of 8 and I remember that the last film came out shortly before I turned 18 and it was so important to me!!! Harry Potter has definitely helped me become the person I am today and has shaped my beliefs and morals. Besides, it has also taught my more English than any English teacher ever did :DDD

    xx Jenni

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  43. My favourite book, hands down, is one called 'This Book Will Save Your Life' by AM Homes.
    I don't know if its my favourite because of the story or the way its written or just the fact that I found it at a pivitol time in my life but I won't go on holiday without it now and have read it over and over.

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