30-Day Book Challenge: Day 25

30 Day Book Challenge (2)

Hey Guys!

Welcome to Day 25 of this 30-Day Book Challenge.The challenge is simple; for each day there is a statement and you have to choose a book or series that relates to said statement. Let’s begin!

Day 1 (27)

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So for this challenge, I would love to say I could relate the most to a well-known character, like Celaena or Hermoine, and maybe at a different stage in my life I would. But right now, after reading this book, I feel like I relate most to Hannah Gregory from the book This Book Will Change You Life by Amanda Weaver.

This book follows Hannah Gregory who is a freshman in college. She is in the Honors Program for Chemistry and she hopes to follow in her dad’s footsteps to become a chemist and find the cure for the diseases like the one that took her mother’s life. She seems to have it all figured out— that is until she fails her first test. As she tries to figure out what to do, she stumbles across a used bookstore, Prometheus Books, where she meets cute bookish-boy, Ben Fisher. Ben recommends a book to Hannah, stating that “this book will change your life”, and it does. Hannah can’t stop reading and soon finds herself drifting away from chemistry and diving into a world of words. Ben shares his love for books with Hannah and soon sparks start to fly. But Hannah can’t live in their world of words forever and soon she has to decide— what does she want to do for the rest of their life?

That question basically summarizes my life right now. I am super indecisive. I always have to analyze everything from multiple angles before making a decision. I have to weigh the pros and cons. My current problem is that I don’t know what the future has in stores for me. There is no clear answer. So how do I go about making a decision? 


That’s all for this post! Until tomorrow…

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