I usually take around 6 books on holiday, my kindle, and also end up buying more books while I’m there. But this time I’m going to try to minimise how many I’m taking with me. That doesn’t mean that I haven’t gone out and bought some to take on holiday though!

Here’s my holiday TBR!

1) I Have Lost My Way – Gayle Forman

I absolutely love Gayle Forman and this was on offer at Waterstones so I had to get it!

This follows Freya, Harun, and Nathaniel, who all have their own issues. Freya has lost her voice, Harun wants to run away from everything, and Nathaniel has nothing.

It seems really exciting and I absolutely love YA at the moment so it’s definitely ideal for me to take on holiday!

Get I Have Lost My Way from Amazon here.

2) The Exact Opposite of Okay – Laura Steven

I’ve seen everyone talking about this on Twitter so thought I should treat myself.

There’s a lot of gossip surrounding Izzy thanks to some photos that have been spread online of her and a politician’s son. The Exact Opposite of Okay focuses on the pressure put on teenage girls by today’s society, and how to get past it.

I’m not sure that I would have picked this one up from the description alone but I’ve heard so much about it on Twitter that I had to see what it’s all about.

Get The Exact Opposite of Okay from Amazon here.

3) Five Years From Now – Paige Toon

This is another one that I wouldn’t have discovered if it wasn’t for Twitter.

Nell and Van are childhood friends who are forced apart. But from then on, fate brings the, together every five years for two decades.

It seems like a lovely read – definitely one for sitting out in the sun with and reading all in one go!

Get Five Years From Now from Amazon here.

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Have you read any of these? Let me know what you think of them in the comments!

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  1. Honestly you will not regret picking up the exact opposite of Okay. It has to be one of the best books that I’ve read this year if not ever (and I’ve read a lot of good books!). I have so many books I want to read at the minute. I just borrowed two books from the library that I am making my way through but my problem is that I’m always thinking about the book I want to read next or adding more books to my already long TBR.


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