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5 Books To Beat A Reading Slump

Reading slumps are the worst, especially when you have so many books sat unread on your shelf. I’ve done a blog post to help overcome them, but this post is featuring books that helped me beat a reading slump and hopefully you too! Let’s start the year with good reading vibes!

Daisy Jones And The Six

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Daisy Jones and the six is a fast paced read, especially with its unique writing style! For fans of the 1970s, music, drama and even mystery then I would highly recommend this book! Readers learn the story of Daisy Jones and how the bands break up came to be! I was pleasantly surprised with this book. Here’s my review to give you more of an insight.

An Abundance Of Katherines By John Green

This book or most of John Green books will help you beat a reading slump without a doubt! I always find that a lighthearted contemporary is easy for me to flick by and help get out of my slump! It follows the story of a boy, Colin who has been dumped 19 times all from Katherine’s. It’s a funny read and it may have mixed reviews on Goodreads but I loved it! If not any of John Green books will do!

The Turn Of The Key By Ruth Ware

If you’re into thrillers, especially ones that are gripping then this book should be your next read! This one also has a unique writing style, which I enjoyed reading to reveal the mystery! Thrillers are generally fast paced books, so they tend to help me overcome a reading slump often! Plus it has the right amount of chills and creepy vibes, my full review is here.

A Curse So Dark And Lonely By Brigid Kemmerer

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Fantasy is my all time favourite genre, this YA beauty and the beast retelling was pretty much devoured within two days! It follows the story of Harper, from Washington DC and how she finds herself in Emberfall, a magical kingdom near to ruins. I loved how this book wasn’t like your typical YA read! My full review is here. If you do decide to pick this up then, the sequel which has been recently released is another read to look forward to!

The Hobbit By J.R.R. Tolkien

Another fast paced high fantasy read, is The Hobbit. In my post to overcome a reading slump, I mentioned watching movie adaptations. I rarely watch a movie first before reading the book, but in this case I did and I enjoyed both a lot! It’s a book that I feel a lot of readers will find humorous and relatable, despite being published in 1937.

What are some books that have helped you beat a reading slump? I ‘d love to know your thoughts! And whether or not you’ve read these amazing books. I feature a few of them quite often on my bookstagram so I figured it was about time I shared my love for them on my blog!

4 thoughts on “5 Books To Beat A Reading Slump

  1. I added a couple of these books to my TBR, the others I already own but haven’t read yet. Maybe I’ll give them a go because rereading the synopsis of each makes me want to devour them now!

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