The Book You Recommend To EVERYONE

We all have books that make us think to ourselves, “Hey, I bet insert-name-here would like this.”

And then there are books that make us think “EVERYONE should read this and everyone will like it!” And we recommend said book to literally everyone we know. For me, that book is The Fault in Our Stars by John Green. So far I’ve gotten the following people to read it:

  1. Boyfriend
  2. Mom
  3. Boyfriend’s mom

I was over the moon when I spotted the bright blue cover peeking out of my coworker’s bag last week. Apparently a friend of hers had recommended it to her. Here’s a picture from my boyfriend’s mom and I snapped a pic of my coworker’s bag.

TFiOS with my boyfriend’s mom and their family dog, Boz while on a road trip.(L) TFiOS makes a good traveling book while my coworker prepares for a flight (R)

What book do you recommend to everyone? Is there a particular book you’ve gotten a lot of people to read? Tell us in the comments!

  • August 1, 2013 - 12:08 am

    Vivian - I always recommend any and all Jennifer L. Armentrout books, but especially the Covenant series. My fave from her. Loving the new design btw.ReplyCancel

  • August 1, 2013 - 3:40 am

    Melissa Robles - Oh, I always recommend books such as Divergent by Veronica Roth, The Iron Fey series by Julie Kagawa and Anna and the French Kiss by Stepahnie Perkins(Lola too!). But I remember a long time ago when the Hunger Games weren’t a movie yet. I used to recommend it to EVERYONE out there, telling them this one is HUGE, you’ll gonna love it. Sadly, only a few went along with it and bought the book (the others thought it was too sadistic and plain wrong, Dystopia what now?) anyways, now that the movie went all out there, they came back to me and told me I was right about it. I enjoyed putting on my “I told you” face. Sweet memories.ReplyCancel

  • August 1, 2013 - 10:05 am

    Pam@YAEscapefromReality - I’ve been recommending Divergent to everyone lately (makes it easier when there’s a movie coming out soon). I’m in a book club where there are only two of us that read YA, and we ended up reading Divergent and everyone loved it! (The others are still saying no to YA for some reason, though).ReplyCancel

  • August 1, 2013 - 5:41 pm

    Allison L - I always find myself recommending Jennifer Donnelly’s books. In fact, I just did that a little while ago. She’s one of my favorites, especially in the historical fiction genre.ReplyCancel

  • August 10, 2013 - 1:14 pm

    Rachelia (Bookish Comforts) - TFiOS is definitely one that I like to recommend. I’m desperately trying to get a few friends to read it, haha! Awww Boz is so cute :)

    Another one I like to recommend to people who love historical fiction is The True Story of Hansel & Gretel. It is truly an amazing piece of historical fiction and is heartbreaking!ReplyCancel

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