Books to Read During Quarantine

Most students of RMHS are self-isolating with limited activities. After a while, sitting on the couch and trying to bake banana bread can get boring without friends to hang out with. I put together a list of a few books that might be worth reading during the quarantine. 

 

The Twilight Saga by Stephanie Meyer

Twilight is pretty well known as a movie series but Stephanie Meyer created the famous Edward vs. Jacob love triangle through the four books. The movies might not have been great because of sub-par CGI and acting but the books are captivating. Since the four books are at least 600 pages each, the book saga will make the lengthy quarantine more extraordinary. If you don’t know what Twilight is about, it follows the main character Bella Swan through her encounter with vampire Edward Cullen and his family once she moves from Phoenix, Arizona to Forks, Washington.

The Memory Book by Lara Avery

This book focuses on a girl named Sammie and how she deals with her diagnosis of a rare genetic disorder where she loses her memory. She writes all about her life and the people that she does not want to forget. It reminds us how precious time really is and her story is absolutely heart-wrenching. If you’re looking to cry over a book, this would be the one to do it over. 

Warcross by Marie Lu

Warcross is set in the future with a girl named Emika Chen. Emika Chen is a hacker and plays an immersive game called Warcross which is a combination of virtual reality capture the flag and the video game Overwatch. Eventually, she finds out that her boss could possibly be behind the virus that she’s being hired to track down and destroy. She tries to find out what he’s doing behind closed doors. You will definitely lose yourself in this book as it can be compared to many video games you might play. If you are looking for an adventurous and suspenseful book Warcross is the book to cure your boredom during this quarantine. 

 

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