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Top 10 Books When You Need Something Light And Fun
I got all happy when I saw this topic, because there’s nothing I like better then a book that’s light and fun. Sometimes you need something light and fun. especially after finishing something that makes you cry. The only problem is narrowing it down to just 10…
- Beauty Queens by Libba Bray. I could not stop laughing when I was listening to Beauty Queens. It’s amusing and has a lot of silliness, which is what you need sometimes.
- Pretty Little Liars by Sara Shepard. I need to clarify by saying that I’m talking about the first 8, because those mysterious and fun. I gave up 10 books in, because at that point, it got to be a little too repetitive. But the first 8…definitely light and fun.
- Need by Carrie Jones. Because Zara is hilarious and I love the random tips on how to survive pixies.
- Paranormalcy by Kiersten White. If I want fun wrapped up in pink and sparkles, this is the perfect book. What’s not fun about a girl with a pink and sparkly taser named Tasey?!?!?!!?!!
- Agorafabulous by Sara Benincasa. This is a random choice, but also one of the first books that came to mind. I just love her story of her dealing with anxiety, and actually makes it really amusing and entertaining.
- Weather Wardens/Morganville Vampires/Outcast Season by Rachel Caine. I couldn’t pick just one, but all of her stuff is so fun to read. Whether it’s a vampire town or crazy weather patterns (Weather Wardens) that lead to a war between dijinn and Weather Wardens to stop Mother Earth from completely losing it (Outcast Season), I have so much fun reading that I have trouble putting her books down.
- Fruits Basket by Natsuki Takaya. Because Tohru is adorable, Kyo and Yuki are fun (especially when you put them in a room together), and characters who are each animal in the Chinese Zodiac…trust me, it’s fun and sometimes silly with characters who act the teensiest bit ridiculous.
- Princess Diaries by Meg Cabot. Because Mia as a princess is fun and crazy and awesome!
- Anna And The French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins. It’s at a boarding school in Paris and romance ensues! What’s more fun than that?
- City Of Dark Magic by Magnus Flyte. Because nothing is more fun than toenail-induced time travel. And in case you’re wondering…it really does make sense. Prague, Beethoven, and time travel make for a fun book.