Top Ten Books to Read in a Day (or books you shouldn’t start reading during exams because you won’t want to put them down–trust me)
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From wanting to see what faction Tris will choose to seeing if she’ll manage to survive training, putting down this book is more difficult than jumping off a lev train onto a skyscraper.
Between the mystery of the protagonist herself to the steamy love interests, you will not want to put this book down even after the last page.
8. 13 Little Blue Envelopes by Maureen Johnson
As each envelope leads you to another clue, stopping reading will not be an option. Luckily, the sequel will be waiting when you finish.
Plot aside, you will not want to put this down because the characters–oh my goodness the characters–are the best people we have the misfortune of never getting to meet in person.
Once you start feeling all the feelings you can’t stop.
5. Unwind by Neal Shusterman
This book is great because you’ll have nightmares if you stop reading partway through and you’ll have nightmares once you finish. Nightmares forever.
4. Incarceron by Catherine Fisher
You’ll be as trapped in the pages of this book as the people in Incarceron.
I won’t even bother daring you to stop reading this book because I know it can’t be done. That last page will have you on your knees begging for the next instalment.
2. The Maze Runner by James Dashner
What do you get when you take a group of kids stuck in a world that is trying to kill them? A book that is impossible to put down.
1. The Hunger Games trilogy by Suzanne Collins
I know this will probably be on every list out there today, but seriously guys I read The Hunger Games and Catching Fire back to back and then Mockingjay the moment it was released. This is the book series I refuse to lend to friends during the school year because I know they’ll get behind in school work if I do. You need to read this series, just wait until break to do it.