For love of books: December 2012

Hello people, as there are only a few hours left to finish this year, we count the 5 best books of each of us. Let's see if we agree with some of you

1.Tylogy: Susanne Collins's hunger games

Three books that I fell in love are one of the dystopias I liked the most, is not the best . I could not miss here and even not be the first.

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2.You Do not Have to Say You Love Me by Sarra Manning

This is a contemporary story that from the omento that I read the synopsis I knew I had to read it, and I'm not disappointed at all, it really is very beautiful, with drama, love and developed in a way that traps from beginning to end. by Angela Morrison

This book totally surprised me, it has a story that seems cliché but totally surprising and with a heartbreaking ending.

4. Under the Never Sky by Veronica Rossi >

Another dystopia, which completely caught me from the beginning and I read it twice already because I love how the story and attraction between the protagonists develops.

5. Birthmark of Caragh O 'brien

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Again a dystopia among my favorites :) This is a story with a lot of action, which you like since you started reading it right with the suspense about the attraction not admitted between the protagonists. James Dashner's Triology Running or Dying

Three incredible books that up to now have not read anything like that, where your life depends on how fast you can run. Highly recommended

2. Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

One of my recent readings that I love, is one of the classics that no one can miss. A beautiful story by the hand of a great author like Jane Austen.

3. Iced by Karen Marie Moning

4. Holly Black White cat

A very catchy story, which introduces us into a world totally different from what we usually read. Narrated from the point of view of the male protagonist.

5. Incarceron by Catherine Fisher

A saga made up of two books, which despite not being perfect I liked it a lot, so much to put it among my best readings of 2012. A world full of mysteries that you can not lose.

I say goodbye (because 2013 will find me doing this entry but haha)