Reading is one of my favorite things to do. I’ve been devouring books since I was a little girl and by now I have a pretty long list with books that I loved. Picking just 14 favorite books was hard, but I had to do it.

This list is always changing, because I finish a book every other week or so. But these still have a special place in my bookworm-heart and I absolutely recommend reading them. And I would love to hear about your favorite books too, so drop them in the comments!

Here are my favorite books (so far):

1. ‘Me Before You‘ by Jojo Moyes.

I cried so much that I couldn’t continue reading.

2. ‘The Fault In Ours Stars‘ by John Green.

A much-loved novel by everyone. Again, I cried like a baby.

3. ‘This Is What Happy Looks Like‘ by Jennifer E. Smith.

I didn’t want this book to end and when it did, I immediately bought the part 2-novella (which was again way too short).

4. ‘Saint Anything‘ by Sarah Dessen.

This is a great coming-of-age story about standing up for yourself. I learned a lot from it.

5. ‘If I Stay‘ by Gayle Forman.

When I think back to this book I get goosebumps. It was that good.

6. ‘The Guardian‘ by Nicholas Sparks.

Every book by him is filled with love, hardship and usually death. And he writes about them so well, especially in this one.

7. ‘I’ve Got Your Number‘ by Sophie Kinsella.

My favorite Kinsella book by far. It had me laughing out loud while reading it on the train.

Also read: Book review of Finding Audrey, written by Sophie Kinsella

8. ‘The Truth About Forever‘ by Sarah Dessen.

Dessen is such a great writer that she deserves to be in this list several times.

9. ‘Since You’ve Been Gone‘ by Morgan Matson.

I loved this so much that I wanted my own to-do list. And a friendship like the main characters.

10. ‘Just One Day‘ by Gayle Forman.

Cute story, set in the city of love with a main character who’s Dutch? Yes please.

11. ‘We Were Liars‘ by E. Lockhart.

A little mysterious and maybe a little paranormal, which made this book so interesting and hard to put down.

12. ‘Along For The Ride‘ by Sarah Dessen.

The first book I read from her, so of course it had to make this list.

13. ‘Before I Fall‘ by Lauren Oliver.

This book teaches a very important lesson while still being fun and exciting to read.

14. ‘Gone Girl‘ by Gillian Flynn.

A bit different from the other ones in the list, but I could not stop reading. The plot twists and mystery gave me sleepless nights, in a positive way.

Have you read these books? Which book is your absolute favorite?