Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by Brokeandbookish. This week’s theme is Top Ten Books I’ve Read so Far in 2015. According to my goodreads challenge, I already read 26 books this year. It’s much for some people, or little for others, but I think I’m pretty good! So let’s take a look at ten books I read this year! You can click on the link for my book review 🙂
1 • Get Even, Gretchen McNeil
Fans of mystery, suspenseful stories, Get Even is a book for you!.
2 • Red Queen, Victoria Aveyard
Action-packed, with lots of suspense and plot twists, Red Queen is one of those books you can’t put down..
3 • Anatomy of a Misfit, Andrea Portes
Anatomy of a Misfit was a distracting read, but far from going on my favorites’ shelf. I was disappointed a bit, because it hold interesting themes and ideas, but I didn’t get in the plot, and the characters minds well enough to fully appreciate it. .
4 • Anna and the French Kiss, Stephanie Perkins
If you’re into contemporary romance, then this is the book for you.Anna and the French Kiss will make you smile, and care for unperfect characters with even more flawed relationships. If you think it’s cliché, don’t let yourself be fooled. And just read it.
5 • Famous in love, Rebecca Serle
Famous in love is a great read, if you’re looking for something light and fast-paced, with a great insight of the celebrity’s world.
6 • A Thousand Pieces of You, Claudia Gray
A Thousand Pieces of You brought me a world of infinite possibilities, about the choices we make, the people we are, and the ones we can or can avoid to be. It’s a book like no other, for its original, inventive plot, I’ve never read anything quite like it before..
7 • The Dolls, Kiki Sullivan
The Dolls is not only a magic story : it’s filled with mystery, folklore, and doesn’t leave the characters away, even though it’s mostly plot-driven..
8 • Truth or Dare, Jacqueline Wilson
If you’re a fan of drama, mystery, and a fast-read, then I advice you to pick up Truth or Dare. An entertaining read, with interesting,growing characters, and a well-plotted story. .
9 • Vanishing Girls, Lauren Oliver
Filled with mystery and, above all, a great and haunting story about sisters, this book totally earned its place on my favorites bookshelf. After closing it, I just wanted to read it again. .
10 •The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks, E. Lockhart
The voice of the author, as it was in We were liars, is definitelyunique. We feel like we’re hearing a story, and that’s really distracting, as much as it is confusing, at first.
Are you planning to read any of those books, or did you read any? What did you think about it? Let me know in comments!