Hello bookworms! Another Tuesday, another TTT! This week’s topic is a bit hard for me, because I haven’t read that many books yet, but I managed to scrap a list of ten awesome reads (I’m sure there will be many more this year). Top Ten Tuesday is a meme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, and every Tuesday there is a different themed post of top 10 things.
I believe I’ve expressed all my opinions about this amazing book in my review, so I won’t blabber about it anymore. 🙂
I’ve just begun to praise these gorgeous series and Ms. Valente’s beautiful writing, even though I’ve only read the first part, so you can expect four more reviews this year, while you can read the first one here.
A review for the first part of this trilogy is coming shortly, and I’m so anxious to continue reading, and very tempted because I have all three volumes in one gorgeous hardcover pictured above, but I have to space it out.
A review for this haunting novella is coming very shortly, as it was a gorgeous and devastating surprise for me so I’m still under the impression.
I decided to continue my Discworld experience as these novels just keep getting better and better, and I have only the best to say about this one, but I won’t write a review, since I didn’t write the first 18 and it just seems silly at this point, plus I don’t want to stuff my blog with 41 reviews of the same series. 😛 That deserves its own blog. 😉
I’m counting all 6 volumes as one book, because I can, and because it’s one story in whole and an amazing one at that. Read my review of the first volume here, second one coming soon.
I immediately regretted not reading this beautiful classic earlier, but I’m glad I still gave it a chance now, because I was pleasantly surprised to say the least. My GR review here.
A perfect conclusion to the best YA fantasy series I’ve ever read, and my review is still to come, but I don’t think I’ll ever write it since my love for these books is too big to fit into one review, and my writing skills are too poor to express the awesomeness that is The Raven Cycle.
I’ve finally read this novel after watching the movie a thousand+ times and I can’t say it’s better than the movie because it’s so different, but as its own entity it’s amazing.
Actually, this turned out to be a tougher choice than I initially thought, but not because I’ve read so few books this year, but because so many of those books were simply amazing. I can’t even think how I’ll manage to do a best of list at the end of the year! So, naturally, I have to add some honorable mentions here: Creatures of Will and Temper by Molly Tanzer review here, The Beginning of the World in the Middle of the Night by Jen Campbell review here, and The Rules of Magic (Practical Magic #1) by Alice Hoffman review here.
What’s your top 10 so far this year? Can you make your choice easily? Happy reading you guys!