Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by Brokeandbookish. This week’s theme is Ten Books I Really Love But Haven’t Talked About Enough in A While. Okay, I’ll admit it, that one was a struggle, because I feel like I’m talking about ALL of the same books lately, and I just really, REALLY wanted to try and talk about some different stories I enjoyed. Hopefully you like those, too! Don’t forget to click on the title of the books to read their fabulous synopsis!
1 • We were liars, E. Lockhart
This book has gotten some mixed reviews, and I feel like it’s either, you love it, or you hate it. For me, it was a very huge YES, and me in tears and feeling crazy during the whole second half of this book.
2 • Unremembered, Jessica Brody
I feel like no one knows about this book, or not many people have read it, so if you did, TELL ME. I thought this trilogy was quite different, fast-paced, intriguing at best, and I loved it.
3 • Revived, Cat Patrick
I should really read more from Cat Patrick, because this book -and one other I quoted a bit later- was really really good. I loved the writing, the original story, the cover looks great, too, so…what’s not to like?.
4 • Uglies, Scott Westerfeld
Uglies was probably my first dystopian story, and I still love it very much now. The world, and what it says about our actual society, is so accurate, it sometimes gives me chills.
5 • Before I Fall, Lauren Oliver
One of my first Lauren Oliver book. I often talk about how much I loved Delirium and Vanishing Girls, but I think this one is equally good, and is way, way more than a simple high school story.
6 • The Perks of Being A Wallflower, Stephen Chbosky
Oh, the perks was such a great, emotional, powerful book. It’s quite unique, yet it’s one of those books that just stays with you, long after you close it. And the movie adaptation was done GREATLY, wow, can you imagine that EVER happening? Yes, me neither.
7 • Awaken, Katie Kakvinsky
Another dystopian book, with an interesting, accurate setting… I still can’t believe I haven’t read the last book, though, haha. I need to get to it, because this book really is GREAT, if you love dystopian stories, great characters and a very good world-building, take this one..
8 • All The Bright Places, Jennifer Niven
Just…let me sit here and have feelings about this book forever. That’s all.
9 • The Princess Diaries, Meg Cabot
I read this series when I was younger, but I’m still very fond of it. Maybe I wouldn’t actually enjoy it now as much as I did back then, but I can say that it’s really good, entertaining and sweet at best. I miss it .
10 • The Originals, Cat Patrick
Here it is, the second Cat Patrick book, with even more originality and an intrigue that’ll keep you guessing. I really love that author!.