The Hunger Games series by Suzanne Collins, The Last Song by Nicholas Sparks, Juliet by Anne Fortier (one of the best I’ve ever read), Memoirs of a Geisha by Arthur Golden, The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini.
Life is the duty that we brought home to do.
When one looks, it’s already 6 o’clock!
When one looks, it’s already Friday!
When one looks, it’s already Christmas…
When one looks, the year is already over…
When one looks, we lose the love of our life.
When one looks, 50 years have gone by!
Now it’s too late to be condemned…
If I were to be given one day, another opportunity, I wouldn’t look at the clock.
I would always look ahead and I would be throwing all over the road, the hard and useless shell of time…
I would follow the love that is in front of me and I would say that I love it (him)…
And there’s more: do not stop doing something that you like due to a lack of time.
Do not stop having people at your side just because you are afraid of being happy.
The only thing missing will be this time which, unfortunately, will never return.
(The Time by Mário Quintana)
Mário Quintana (a brazilian poet)
I don’t have a favorite.
A moreninha by Joaquim Manuel de Macedo (Brazilian literature)
It’s good to read, you can see the main character changing through the story, solving her appearance and addiction issues.
Rachel’s Holiday by Marian Keyes.
"You become responsible forever, for what you have tamed." The Little Prince
The Hunger Games.
The daring book for girls by Andrea J. Buchanan and Mirian Peskowitz.