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Sara Bergmark Elfgren, Mats Strandberg
You Can Have an Amazing Memory: Learn life-changing techniques and tips from the memory maestro
Dominic O'Brien
Answers to Questions You’ve Never Asked: Explaining the What If in Science, Geography and the Absurd
Joseph Pisenti


— feeling confused
Ditt äckel! - Per Alexandersson

En väldigt lättläst och kort bok som försöker beröra tunga och svåra ämnen som självmord och homosexualitet, men misslyckas då boken rör sig alldeles för snabbt framåt. Skulle rekommendera till ungdomar som lär sig svenska, men för er som redan kan läsa och prata flytande skulle jag definitivt inte rekommendera. 

— feeling big smile
Sms från Soppero - Ann-Helén Laestadius

Jag tycker att boken var ganska förutsägbar, men ändå bra och intressant eftersom jag aldirg har läst en bok inom det här ämnet.

Jag rekommenderar boken för de som vill läsa något lättläst och snabbt. 

— feeling happy
The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian - Sherman Alexie, Ellen Forney

It was an okay book. I found it quite hard to relate to, but I was rooting for him throughout the entire book. It felt a bit fast paced at times though. 

Holes - Louis Sachar

Very enjoyable book with an interesting plot twist. Nice and sweet ending. All in all it was a good book. 

Chinese Cinderella: The True Story of an Unwanted Daughter - Adeline Yen Mah

An interesting book based on the upbringing of the author, Adeline Yen Mah. Gives insight to life as an unwanted child, but also about how families were affected of the Japanese invasion of China and later on in the book the Chinese civil war. Ending was sour sweet. Very enjoyable book overall.

Big Mouth and Ugly Girl - Joyce Carol Oates

Average book. A story about an American teen who loses all of his friends and becomes suicidal after an unforeseen event. Nearly kills himself but gets saved when a girl his age saves him. Everything and everyone are happy again, they kiss, the end. Pretty average storyline.

— feeling sad
Tintin and Alph-Art - Hergé

It is the last of the Tintin books and it is very sad. It is unfinished, due to the creator passing away while making this book. Leaeves an empty place inside you when the story fades in to blank paper.

— feeling amazing
Flight 714 - Hergé

My favourite out of the Tintin books! Loved this one to bits!

— feeling what?!?
Tintin in the Congo  - Hergé

This is a poor example of a Tintin book. A white man goes to africa to hunt elephants for their ivory. Worst book in the series

Tintin in the Land of the Soviets - Hergé, Leslie Lonsdale-Cooper, Michael Turner

It's the first out of the Tintin books and as the others, it's fantastic. I really recommend everyone who hasn't already read it, read it.

Cirkeln - Mats Strandberg, Sara Bergmark Elfgren

The first out of the three books in the Engelsford trilogy. Really fun and exciting book. You just don't want to stop reading. I'd definately recommend the whole trilogy!

Good Night, Mr. Tom - Michelle Magorian

It had a sweet and happy start. It took a turn in the middle and got sad, but that quickly ended. I'm not completely sure how I feel about the ending. It's kinda like a bitter-sweet feeling. Definitely recommend you read this book.