Monday, 26 November 2012

30 Day Book Challenge [1/30]

I found the 30 day book challenge through Blog Of Erised here on blogger, so I decided to give it a go and work my way through the days each Monday, so here it goes.

Day 1 - Your favourite book of all time

To be quite honest, I don't believe in having an all time favourite book. Just because I think that there are so many good books out there to find and read and you never know when something will overtake the one you treasured so dearly in your heart. There are books I like and books I adore but for the time and my favourites change monthly I can assure you. For the time being I am going to choose:


'Northern Lights' by Philip Pullman

I was just looking through my books and having a look at which one I would call my favourite out of the ones I actually own. There were a few which I thought were amazing but in actual fact they all come second to this book. The others were 'Clockwork Angel' by Cassandra Clare and 'Cinder' by Marissa Meyer, and although I thought they were absolutely brilliant, I have realised that I love them mainly for the characters. This book however has the excitement, action, suspense, plot, plot twist and the characters to boot. This is 100% the full package in my eyes and although the characters weren't ones you exactly swoon over - like the ones in the other books mentioned - they were strong, believable ones instead that are the core of a good storyline.

30 Day Book Challenge [1/30]

I found the 30 day book challenge through Blog Of Erised here on blogger, so I decided to give it a go and work my way through the days each Monday, so here it goes.

Day 1 - Your favourite book of all time

To be quite honest, I don't believe in having an all time favourite book. Just because I think that there are so many good books out there to find and read and you never know when something will overtake the one you treasured so dearly in your heart. There are books I like and books I adore but for the time and my favourites change monthly I can assure you. For the time being I am going to choose:


'Northern Lights' by Philip Pullman

I was just looking through my books and having a look at which one I would call my favourite out of the ones I actually own. There were a few which I thought were amazing but in actual fact they all come second to this book. The others were 'Clockwork Angel' by Cassandra Clare and 'Cinder' by Marissa Meyer, and although I thought they were absolutely brilliant, I have realised that I love them mainly for the characters. This book however has the excitement, action, suspense, plot, plot twist and the characters to boot. This is 100% the full package in my eyes and although the characters weren't ones you exactly swoon over - like the ones in the other books mentioned - they were strong, believable ones instead that are the core of a good storyline.