Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Ten Books I Really Love But Feel Like I Haven't Talked About Enough/In A While






Top Ten Tuesday is a post hosted by The Broke and the Bookish, it's one that I haven't done in a long time, but wanted to bring in some new content for you all.  It's mainly a topic based top ten post where I'll be answering the question and showing off some books.  So if you would like to know more about this meme, CLICK HERE. 






These aren't in any special order, but they are ten books that I love so much, but haven't mentioned in awhile.  They are also older books, but each of these have been reviewed here on Ali's Bookshelf. 






1. Incarnate by Jodi Meadows: I love this book so much and couldn't put it down when I read it.  It was one of my favorites of 2012.  It's a book that hooked me from page one and has never really let me go.  The story line and plot were one that I had never even thought of.

2. Everneath by Brodi Ashton: Another one of my 2012 favorites.  I couldn't get enough of this story line and the way that author Brodi Ashton told it. 

3. Fallen by Lauren Kate: This is a series that I devoured.  I read this whole series within a few days. It's the reason I fell in love with angel stories. It's becoming a movie and I'm super excited about it. I also want mention just how beautiful the covers are of this whole series.



4. Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher: Now this book had me in tears, so much so that I went through two boxes of tissues.  I finished this book in one sitting. Now every time I see this book I want to cry, not because it was a bad book but because it was so good but so sad.








5. Article 5 by Kristen Simmons: I LOVE THIS SERIES! Plus author Kristen Simmons is so super sweet. This story just flows right off the page and you're dragged right into the pages.


6. Ready Player One by Ernest Cline: Okay I haven't posted my review for this one yet, mainly because I have way too many words I want to say about this book for just one review. I can't get over how fantastically real this book is, but at the same time it brings back all the memories of all the video games I've played and comic books I've read.  So much Amazingness comes from this book.



7. Wentworth Hall by Abby Grahame: I wish there was more books for this plot.  This was one of those books that I wanted the story to go on and on, but sadly it ended.  The characters were so spectacular that I wanted to go live in Wentworth Hall myself.













8. Magician: Apprentice by Raymond E. Fiest: If you know my blog, you know how much I love Raymond E. Fiest's books.  They are some of my favorite books out there.  The world he created for this series is one full of lush imagery and fantastical beasts, that I can't get enough and I love reading over and over again.

9.Illuminate by Aimee Agresti: If you read my review on this book, you know how much I enjoyed reading it.  It's another one of those young adult books that suck you and keep you on the edge of your seat till the very last word. 

10.Don't Breath A Word by Holly Cupala : Now this book is one I don't think I will ever forget.  It's a realistic glimpse into the world of homelessness and what would/could happen to a teenager who was homeless.  The thing that hooked me so much to this book was how real it was, it felt like it was happening right there in front of my face instead of the pages.  I will never stop talking about this book.  I also never cried as much as I did reading this book.



So what books do you love so much but haven't talked about in awhile? I'd love to hear which books are on your list.

 

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