- The Hidden Life of Trees by Peter Wohlleben. Reminds one of the interconnection between us and all life forms.
- @Abigail Baldwin This was sent to me by a friend. Dear memory, was lovely to read.
- Abigail, 26The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky.Makes me feel a bit better about not being the only wallflower (especially when lonely).
- Alexandra Hearth, 28Fear - Thich Naht Hahn
- Sel Torkornoo, 20Noughts & Crossess by Malorie BlackmanThe drive and passion between the two main characters is so raw and true, it makes for a much more excting read!
- Jourdain, 20
- The AlchemistBy Paulo CoelhoAbs fave
- Lindsay, 33The Power Of Now by Eckhart Tolle
- Megan Wall, 30Tales of the Unexpected - Roald DahlTrue escapism :)
- Jenny, 37Untamed by Glennon Doyle
- Lizzie O'Connell, 20It's got to be "Bridget Jones's Diary" by Helen FieldingJust the right balance of relatability and humour. I would very much like to be friends with Bridget Jones!
- Amy Gallagher, 29, Goodbye to Berlin by Christoper Isherwood.Feels like talking to an old friend!
- Jamie Iain Genovese; 27; "It" by Alexa Chung.Might seem surprising or silly, but 'It' will always have a special place on my shelf.
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