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Curling up with a good book is a favourite year-round pursuit: in front of a blazing fire in January, in the park under a warm May sun, in a hammock lake-side in July or with coffee on the back porch overlooking brilliant fall foliage.

ChickAdvisor members love light reads like the wildly popular Shopaholic series by Sophie Kinsella or the more introspective romances of Emily GiffinHe's Not That Into You gives us food for thought, and Stephenie Meyer's Twilight series is a guilty little pleasure.

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The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins

289 reviews

Read the books when the films came out just to see the difference. I think these books are better than the films. There are details in the books that aren't in the film. Highly recommend reading the books.
Love You Forever by Robert Munsch

145 reviews

child friendly lasting memoreis versatile bonding time easy to understand a nightly rotuine my older child still read it makes being a parent even more amazing
The Fault in Our Stars by John Green

138 reviews

The best, most heartbreaking, hilarious book that has touched me like none other? Sure. I mean, it's been said countless times, in countless reviews, and you know what? They are absolutely, a hundred and fifty percent true.
Twilight by Stephenie Meyer

173 reviews

I really enjoy lively details. There's nothing better than knowing an author has really thought about her characters and situations, and come up with some surprising and delightful detail that makes the whole reading experience fuller.
Confessions of a Shopaholic by Sophie Kinsella

107 reviews

The Shopaholic series always puts me in a good mood. Really all of Sophie Kinsella's books put me in a good mood. They are just so light, fluffy and fun. Sophie Kinsella's writing is like ice cream on hot July day.
Fifty Shades of Grey

193 reviews

I thought I might genuinely like it before I started, but all I was left was nightmares. Whatever it was that brought on this purchase seems to have mercifully left me with enough common sense to say I will not be continuing on with this series.
The Complete Harry Potter Series

42 reviews

I grew up reading this series never with my grandmother whether it was at home or out camping as I grew I've probably read each book at least 15 times each and plan on reading them again
Memoirs of a Geisha by Arthur Golden

64 reviews

Like eating fancy dessert at a gourmet restaurant, Memoirs of a Geisha is beautiful, melts lightly off the tongue and will be forgotten shortly after it's done. The language is strikingly lovely, and Golden paints a remarkable picture of a time and place.
Archie Comics

45 reviews

I Absolutely love these comics I remember bugging Almost begging of I could get one my grandma still has some from when I was younger I still. Ocasionaly read one and still laugh till my sides hurt
Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn

53 reviews

I'm an avid reader and can enjoy just about any book and always force myself to finish what I started. This was a challenge. The only thing positive I can say about it is that this was at least better than the movie. The plot was predictable and kind of played out. The author...
Divergent Book Series

49 reviews

these books were a great read. they taught you about motherly love. friendship working togeather and finding something incommon with someone else a A+
Canadian Living Magazine

39 reviews

This is probably one of my favorite Canadian magazines why because its so Canadian and not having to worry if items are available in our Country. My favorite section is the recipes they always go with what season is on.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J.K. Rowling

51 reviews

Amazing book and even greater book series. I love following along with Harry's journey as he defeats Voldemort and all the other dark forces. It was a little bitter sweet ending the series but I still loved this book!
The Time Traveler's Wife by Audrey Niffenegger

53 reviews

I was given this by a friend after she read it. It was a great read, I really couldn’t put it down. It had my heart racing in places . I cried tears of joy and sadness .
I Spy: A Book of Picture Riddles

31 reviews

My son is older now, but this was one of his favorite bedtime books as a child. He never grew tired of searching for the various objects, and we would pick other objects for him to find, so it never became stale. A fond memory of that time of his life.
Catch and Kill

1 review

This book was a new release by Ronan Farrow and cannot say enough Well written and I could not put it down it is about how Hollywood tried to hide a story that needed to be told about sexual harassment by a very powerful very man Harvey Weinstein I was impressed with Mr...
Outlander Book Series by Diana Gabaldon

33 reviews

I admit I saw the show before I read the books but the books are fantastic! Was recommended to me to read the actual books and so glad I did. Such an addictive series :)
Everything is Mama by Jimmy Fallon

1 review

I received this book as a baby shower gift and I absolutely love it! I had only heard of Jimmy Fallon's other book - Everything is Dada. I like to jokingly tease my partner that our baby's first word will be Mama and this book will be read often. I highly recommend this book.
Something Borrowed by Emily Giffin

50 reviews

I loved this book and have passed it on to other friends! This is one of the best chick-lit books ever. The follow-up "Something Blue" was almost as good.
Pema chondron when things fall apart

1 review

This was the beginning of studying buddhism for me a few years ago. It's a deep read that provides clarity in buddist practice. It is a fantastic read while self reflecting, it provides clear ways of changing negative self destructive behaviours ❤