#SixForSunday: Books That Made Me Feel

Hi all!

My name is Chiara and I am a Bookworm.

I hope that you’ve all had a good week. Mine has been a … weird one. I think that is the only way to describe it. I don’t what made it weird but it just … was.

This week’s topic is books that made me feel. What I am meant to be feeling, I’m not sure. But I’ve selected a few books that give me some … feelings.

Disclaimer: Some links below are affiliate links meaning that, at no cost to you, I earn commission on any purchases made.

Date Me, Bryson Keller by Kevin van Whye

Goodreads | Waterstones | Bookshop.org | Review

Black Flamingo by Dean Atta

Goodreads | Waterstones | Bookshop.org | Review

Aristotle and Dante Discover The Secrets of the Universe by Benjamin Alire Saenz

Goodreads | Waterstones | Bookshop.org

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

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Hearstopper Vol 1 by Alice Oseman

Goodreads | Waterstones | Bookshop.org | Review

Amari and the Night Brothers by B.B. Alston

Goodreads | Waterstones | Bookshop.org | Review


What books make you feel? Any of these? Let me know what books make you feel.

4 thoughts on “#SixForSunday: Books That Made Me Feel”

  1. I recently finished reading “Before Familiar Woods” by Ian Pisarcik, and it definitely made me feel. How the characters struggled to find answers/peace of mind/purpose during absences. Ruth’s teenaged son was killed, then her husband goes missing three years later. Milk Raymond served overseas, in the military, then returns to town and takes over custody of his young son, since the mother abandoned the son.

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