Book Rainbow: Orange

Thursday, 23 October 2014
Hello everyone! Today I've got another book in my Book Rainbow series and surprise surprise, orange comes after read. I thought that I had a lot more orange books than I actually do and I really struggled to find 6 books to show you! I think orange is a colour that really suits me clothing wise so its a colour that I'm attracted to in book covers. I really want to read 10 Billion by Stephen Emmot because it has a solid, neon orange cover!

The Scorch Trials by James Dashner - This is the second book in The Maze Runner trilogy. I didn't enjoy it as much as I enjoyed the first one but I still think its worth a read as it answers a lot of questions. These books all look very similar just with different neon colours, they look amazing together on my bookshelf.

Back To Life and The Facts Of Life by Joanna Nadin - Expect to see a lot of the Rachel Riley books in this series, I have them all! This is a series that I started when I was 11 and can't bring myself to donate to charity. These books are written in the form of a diary and are such funny, easy reads. I think they're a little younger than YA so I wouldn't really recommend them but they would make great presents for 10-13 year olds! 

Lola and the Boy Next Door by Stephanie Perkins - Oh my god, I love this book. It has a really cheesy name and some really cheesy romance but its impossible not to fall in love with a Stephanie Perkins novel. I especially love it as the male love interest in this is a tall, brown haired mechanical engineering student and my boyfriend is a tall, brown haired mechanical engineering student. Lets say I have a type.

The Penultimate Peril by Lemony Snicket - If you haven't read the Series Of Unfortunate Events books then you're seriously missing out. Not only is the writing style beautiful but the books themselves are really well designed. I love the colour schemes and the illustrations. The last few books are a little confusing admittedly but still worth a read.

Monsters of Men by Patrick Ness - This is the final book in the Chaos Walking trilogy and my my, what an amazing conclusion. Its a really beautiful series that explores some really deep ideas for a young adult series. I'm even more in love with Patrick Ness after seeing him speak at the Edinburgh Book Festival as well. Seriously, check out this series!

What are your favourite books with orange covers?

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