Books That Made Me… Want to Scream From the Rooftops

Like all good things, this feature has to come to and end so my last guest post is from my good friend and blogger, Simona who blogs at Skys Book Corner. The words/emotion I gave her was ‘scream from the rooftops’ and here are the books she chose…

Books That Made Me… Want to Scream From the Rooftops

Screaming from the rooftops has two significances to me. Firstly, it is to let out anger, frustration, confusion or sadness, who just have to be shouted out to make me feel better and let out the aggression.

The other meaning is has, is wanting to let the world know, how good I feel, how happy something made me or how much I love something So in this post I will talk about books that made me feel either way, sometimes it’s only a character that has made me feel this way…

Let’s start with the books which left me confused or angry. I can’t think of that many books right now, because recently I was pretty happy with all the books I’ve read. One of them is The Brightest Star in the Sky by Marian Keyes which left me a little confused, because there was too much going on and no real story to focus on. Then there was The Happy Endings Book Club by Jane Tara and The Best Thing I Never Had by Erin Lawless for similar reasons.

MBYNow let’s come to the books which left me sad but I still enjoyed them very much and fell in love with the writer’s style. Me Before You by Jojo Moyes and Beyond Grace’s Rainbow by Carmel Harrington are the best examples for this. They cover sad, delicate and touching topics and made me cry. These books are brilliant and I love them so much. Emotional, touching,Beyond Graces Rainbow honest and more.

Talking about books I love, here we come to the last category for this post. Books I loved so much and made me smile all over my face that I want everybody to know how great they are. I’m starting with the two brilliant books connectivityby Aven Ellis: Connectivity and Waiting For Prince Harry. Aven’s style is passionate, vivid, fascinating, gripping and much more. She made me fall in love with her characters and I loved following their stories. William and Harrison are awesome book boyfriends and Kylie could be my best friend. Then there is Paige Toon, what a marvellous author and I love all her books, but Chasing Daisy and the Johnny Jefferson series were awesome!waitingforprinceharry600x900[1][1]

Well, let’s see, there are more books here Id like to mention. The Dead Wife’s Handbook by the lovely Hannah Beckerman and also The Life List by Lori Nelson Spielman. These books were adorable and they made me see life from a different angle. They made me thin about life and I think that’s good for everyone. Katy Regnery has really touched my heart with her Heart of Montana series. Her stories are genuine, vivid TDWHand so gripping, I can’t wait for the next one! Holly Martin did a great job with The Guestbook. A unique and refreshing way to share a story with us readers, I loved it.

Here comes another series: Harry Potter. These books made me fall in love with reading, so they definitely deserve a place in this post.

I could name so many other great books but then I’d never finish so I’ll name some great others here who wroe some marvellous books: Karli Perrin, Lucy Robinson, Rebecca Raisin, Scarlett Bailey, Sarah Morgan, Victoria Browne, Carole Matthews and Milly Johnson.

Thank you Simona for rounding up this feature which such a great selection of books! You can find Simona on the following links: Blog | Twitter

What books made you want to scream from the rooftops? Whether it be in anger or because you want the whole world to know how good it is? Let us know!



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