Second day of blogmas and we enter the Gift Guide series

Welcome to the ultimate gift guide created by me. Obviously don't expect anything extraordinary. I'm not by any means an expert in present giving. But if you still don't have a present bought for you friends or family, then I hope, I'll give you some kind of idea.

First on the list of gift guide posts are books! I feel like books are one of the easiest presents to give. It's good to know what a certain person would like to read, but to be honest you don't have to.
If you scroll below, you will see a few books, that in my opinion are perfect as presents, with a short description for who, I would recommend buying it for.

A Christmas Carol - Charles Dickens
In my opinion a classic christmas story.I recommend it to everybody. Those who love Christmas and those who don't. This is the kind of a book, that is quite universal. Everybody enjoys it!

Harry Potter series - J.K. Rowling
Another classic, that everybody would appreciate. If you're feeling spendy, giving a whole series is a brilliant idea. But receiving any Harry Potter book would make me happy honestly.

The Hobbit - J.R.R. Tolkien
I feel like this one is also a really good idea for a present. Especially with the recent movie coming out. Not so recent any more, but you know what I mean. In my opinion this would satisfy fantasy fans the most.

Angels and Demons - Dan Brown
Along with movie, this is the great criminal book. Perfect for those not-as-scary-but-still-a-bit-like-horror books lovers. The ones, who you know, that love a bit of mystery.

Gone Girl - Gillian Flynn
This has come back to my blog again, because if you look at my gift guide from last year, it was also there. And I wouldn't be surprised, because this is a perfect idea for a present. So mysterious, you get drawn into this book instantly.

Black Ice - Becca Fitzpatrick
Got this book last year for Christmas, and I was instantly reading it. Becca Fitzpatrick is an amazing writer, I love the way she writes, the style and all. So I knew I would love it in the first place. But I find that this book is the best for young adults. A bit of romance, mystery makes this book perfect.

Divergent series - Veronice Roth
Personally I think this series is much better than The Hunger Games. It's an amazing fantasy book, that is just perfect for young adults. I would suggest giving the whole series, because it is that good.

The Longest Ride -  Nicholas Sparks
Ahh the romance by Nicholas Sparks. In my opinion never gets old. Even though all of those novels are rather similar to each other, I would read them all. But this one is actually quite nice. So for all the romance lovers - Nicholas Sparks.

Batman Year One - Frank Miller, David Mazzucchelli
And as an absolute alternative, I would choose a graphic novel. In my opinion everyone would appreciate getting one. Looks good on the shelf, it's really easy to read, yet so intriguing most times.
Personally I want to get Batman comics #fan

And that concludes books gift guide. I hope you enjoyed this and possibly it has given you at least a bit of inspiration.

Speak to you tomorrow,