Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by Brokeandbookish. This week’s theme is a Top Ten Freebie.. Since I love you guys so much, I decided to talk about the books I’ve discovered thanks to YOU. Because you talked about it on your blog, mentionned it in some blog post, I’ve heard about those books because of you. I added them to my TBR, and read them because YOU loved them. Don’t forget to click on the title of the books to read their fabulous synopsis!
1 • More than This, Patrick Ness
I can’t mention Patrick Ness enough, especially in that particular topic. Because the community is in LOVE with him, and thanks to all of you guys, I discovered this fantastic book. I know, I know, I’m definitely ordering the rest of his works in my next book haul.
2 • I’ll Give You The Sun, Jandy Nelson
I can never talk about that book enough, you must get sick of it already, aren’t you, ahah. I will forever thank you guys, especially Jenna, for pushing me to read this book. It was incredible.
3 • All The Bright Places, Jennifer Niven
4 • Red Queen, Victoria Aveyard
Red Queen, a.k.a THE book everyone’s been talking about, loving/hating, or a little bit of both. It’s because I’ve heard so much about it from you, that I first decided to pick it up. It was entertaining, but I’m expecting more from the sequel.
5 • Anna and the French Kiss, Stephanie Perkins
This is THE book to read for every contemporary lover out there. And romance. And sweet, cute, swoon-y books. Seeing everyone head over heels for that title, that’s how I decided to pick it up. And I didn’t regret it.
6 • A Thousand Pieces of You, Claudia Gray
Another book I discovered thanks to you! A Thousand Pieces of You had been everywhere on the blogosphere before, and a little after its release. With that cover and that synopsis, I HAD to check it out. And it was AWESOME.
7 • Extraordinary Means, Robyn Schneider
I just as well could’ve talked about The Beginning of Everything. You guys introduced me to Robyn Schneider, and I am so, so glad that you did, because I loved both her books, and I can’t wait to read more from her !.
8 • Magonia, Maria Dahvana Headley
I know, the hype is BAD, but sometimes I can’t help listening to its little voice. And look at that cover! Seeing that book on everyone’s blog, I knew I had to check it out. I was kind of disappointed, sadly.
9 • Simon vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda, Becky Albertalli
How could I write that post without talking about Simon? This book was the equivalent of an earthquake in the community. In a good way, because, well, everyone loved it. Including me.
10 • The Accident Season, Moïra Fowley-Doyle
I can’t talk about that book enough, I just, can’t. I loved it too much for words, and I am so glad I’ve seen it everywhere, and heard everyone saying great things about it. Without that, I wouldn’t have picked it up, or maybe found out about it. And I’m so, so thankful.