2017, the year in books : my favorites, recommendations and more

I know, there are still ten days or so before the end of the year, but I still wanted to do this now, because WHY NOT.

Ever since I started blogging, I feel like my years in books are becoming better and better. I get the best recommendations, I have way too many books to read and I am slightly freaking out about it – but in a good way. So today, I’m going to be talking about ALL the books I read, all the books I loved and do two little small tags.

Alright, let’s talk seriously now. Let’s talk BOOKS.

Wrapping up 2017 with the End of The Year Book Tag

1. Are there any books you started this year you need to finish?

I didn’t start a book that I didn’t finish this year – I rarely DNF books, so… there’s that. This question is just a big fat no, so let me put it this way instead: is there any SERIES I started this year that I need to finish?

HERE. I have answers to give here. Also, I might start too many series. #help

Basically, I got more and more into fantasy this year and I loved it.

2. Do you have an autumnal book to transition to the end of the year?

Hm…not really?! I don’t know, I just read whatever the heck I want?!

3. Is there a new release you’re still waiting for?

I’m going to take this question for the whole year, okay? Okay. There are so many 2017 releases I haven’t got the chance to read just yet. We need more time to read ALL THE BOOKS, right? Here are some books I’m still dying to read and hope to get to next year. Maybe. Fingers crossed.

     

4. What are three books you want to read before the end of the year?

It’s the 20th of December (not as I am writing this, but as this goes live), so……….I’m sorry. I’m not Batman – or Bat-reader or something and I don’t know if I will be able to read three books before the year ends, that sounds like a lot?! Here’s what I am reading right now and here is what my TBR looks like next… might change, though, as I never ever do TBRs haha.

 

5. Is there a book that you think could still shock you and become your FAVORITE???

I’m not sure… shock, really, I don’t know about that, it’s a pretty big word?! I think that the Holly Bourne book has loads of potential for me to fall in love with it, though. I guess we’ll see?

6. Have you already made reading plans for 2018?

YES. My reading plan is that I basically have NO plan, except to read whatever the hell I want and love it.

MORE book talk with the 2017 year in book review tag

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1. First ever female Doctor Who: Favorite Female Protagonist

I really, really loved and could relate to Anise, in Girl Out of Water. Also, it is a very, very amazing book you ALL should read.

2. GCC Cuts Ties with Qatar: An author you cut ties with

I’m sorry, but I think I’ll have to leave this question empty, as there’s no one I wanted to leave behind this year? This means I had a good reading year??

3. La La Land Oscar Mix-Up: A book that surprised you

Look at me, taking this occasion to put underrated reads RIGHT IN YOUR FACE. The Disappearances was an incredible debut, mysterious and definitely NOT what you expect it to be.

4. Hurricanes and Earthquakes: A book that rocked your world

THIS BOOK WAS AMAZING and why haven’t you read it yet? It’s an Aladdin retelling and it is incredible.

5. Louvre Abu Dhabi: Favorite book cover art

The cover is stunning and just SPEAKS to us bookworms… and, rare thing, the inside is just as gorgeous as the outside.

6. Da Vinci’s Salvator Mundi sells for $450m: A TAKE-MY-MONEY

I will totally say anything John Green for this answer. I love everything he writes so…

7. Total Eclipse: A sequel that overshadows the first book

I’m going to take this question differently,okay? Since I haven’t read many sequels this year… I’ll take a second book that overshadows the debut book, and I’d go with Riley Redgate’s pretty amazing Noteworthy.

8. Muslim ban: Favorite diverse read.

I don’t knooooow which one to pick, but I think I’ll go with the great When Dimple Met Rishi. It made me smile and was super-cute-adorable.

9. Italy doesn’t qualify for World Cup: Most disappointing book.

Hm, I think it had to be Layover, a book I got lucky enough to read already that is releasing early next year. It was messy and just not for me.

10. Prince Harry engaged: Favorite ship

I have read tons of books with tons of amazing ships this year and it’s hard to just pick one. I’ll take this occasion to showcast one book I love and don’t shout about enough on here. I’ll Meet You There. Beautifully amazing and heartbreaking.

11. Star Wars The Last Jedi: Most anticipated book.

I don’t know, I think my most anticipated for 2017 was the spin-off of the Mara Dyer series and oh, look at me… I haven’t read it just yet. #fail #whoamI

To wrap up the year, I wanted to do add something to this little tag and throw myself a little challenge by choosing one favorite book.

Okay. I’m choosing one favorite books and have tons of honorable mentions. But… HOW DO YOU CHOOSE JUST ONE BOOK?! Is that even possible?

Favorite 2017 books

Contemporary edition

  Honorable mentions :

Fantasy edition

Honorable mentions :

What was your favorite book this year? Can you just pick one? I think we have established that I can’t, apparently.

Did you start any new series this year that you want to finish? Any recommendations for me?!

Do you have goals or reading challenges already planned for 2018? Let me know everything in comments!

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108 thoughts on “2017, the year in books : my favorites, recommendations and more

  1. Ahhh picking just one favorite book of the entire year is SO DIFFICULT. I think it would probably be How to Ruin Everything by Georgy Watsky, but also everything I’ve read by William Faulkner because it’s all absolutely brilliant. There’s just so much to choose from!

    I’m so glad you had such a great reading year in 2017! Here’s hoping that 2018 is even better! 🙂

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    1. Right? It’s impossible – every time I think I can pick just one… I end up thinking “yeah, but what about that one??” It’s crazy to pick just one book ahah 🙂
      Thank you so much, Holly! I hope you’ll have an amazing reading year as well 😀

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  2. I love this post so much!!!! (and your blog is gorgeous, by the way 🙂 ) 2018 will actually be the first year I’ve ever set a reading goal. I started blogging at the end of 2017, so there was no reason to really set a particular goal for the year. I’m actually quite excited 🙂

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    1. Oh wow, thank you SO much, that’s so sweet of you to say!! ❤ ❤
      Yay, that's so exciting! Do you know what your goal(s) will be, or not yet? 🙂
      (and welcome to the world of book blogging! I hope you're having fun so far :D)

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  3. I’m trying to keep my goals and challenges simple for next year! There are so many books I want to read, but I don’t want to shoehorn myself TOO much. There are definitely a lot of 2017 books that I didn’t get to yet, either!

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    1. Oh I understand the feeling SO much. I’m thinking about goals way too much lately, with the end of the year coming around, and… it really is stressful. It’s important not to aim too high and just… have the goal of reading good books, I guess? 😀
      thank you so much for your comment, Angela! 🙂 xx

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    1. I WILL! I can’t wait to be able to buy books again, it’ll be the first one I am getting, that’s for sure. I CAN’T WAIT to read it, I have a feeling I will love it ❤ and your enthusiasm here makes me even more impatient ahah 🙂
      Words in Deep Blue was such a beautiful book ❤
      thank you so much for your comment! ❤

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      1. OH that must have been so bothering 😦 I’m trying to control my spendings as well, but I know I’m lucky enough to be able to buy books on a regular basis. I hope you will be able to get new, great books soon!! ❤ ❤

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  4. Welp looks like I have some 2017 releases that I have to add to my TBR now…who even is surprised. I still have so many 2017 releases to get tooo can the new year just wait a bit until I get my TBR mildly under control?! I’m not ready for all these “end of the year” postsss.

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    1. ME NEITHER – all of these posts and recaps and books everywhere, it makes me feel like there are so many books I haven’t read and need to read… AHHH. We need 100 more hours in the day to read them all 😛
      thank you so much for your comment!!<3 ❤

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  5. Great list! – You’ll love the Marie Lu books once you get to them. I’ve read the Young Elites and Legend. Both of them are one of my favorite trilogies of all time. I actually met Marie Lu once. She’s incredibly sweet. – Also, no, I can’t pick my favorite book. I read about 50 books this year, so it’s difficult to pick. I know I loved Cassandra Clare’s and John Green’s new book. But there’s so much more good books than just two. – I do want to read more books in 2018, but I’m not sure how I will be able to with time.

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    1. Thank you so much! 🙂
      Oh, I have read these Marie Lu books I mentioned: I wrote here that these are series I started that I haven’t finished just yet. I can’t wait to read the rest of the Legend series and the Young elite series, I really enjoyed the first books 😀
      OH YOU MET HER?? This is SO amazing, wow, I’m so happy for you!
      I understand ahah, I want to read so many books, but we never have enough time! 🙂
      thank you so much for your sweet comment! 🙂

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  6. Great post Marie, and these are some great books that have made your list as well. Flame in the Mist is a great book, and I really hope you love it when you get around to it, same goes for Daughter of Smoke and Bone which I am so so excited for you to read. You’ll have to let me know what you think when you’ve read it! 😀
    Seeing The Forbidden Wish twice on this tag, and being picked as your favourite fantasy book of the year just makes me want to read it all the more, and although it wasn’t the best I am really glad to see A Conjuring of Light as one of your honourable mentions (that’s probably my favourite book of the year!)
    Again great post. 🙂 ❤

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    1. Oh thank you so, so much, Beth! 🙂 I am currently reading Daughter of Smoke (almost done) and Bone and, if I like the story, I have to say that it confuses me, at times, as well? I don’t know ahah, but I enjoy it overall 🙂
      YESSS you have to read it soon – I hope you’ll be able to, I know our TBRs are massive hahha 🙂
      Thank you so much, Beth ❤ ❤

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      1. That’s all right! 🙂 ❤️ Oh that’s good to hear, well not so much about the story confusing you but that you’re enjoying it overall. It’s a book I need to re-read myself one day actually.
        Massive TBR lists are just one of the side effects of blogging I guess. 😀
        That’s all right! 🙂 ❤️

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      2. To be honest, I really want to read Strange the dreamer as well, because I heard it’s even better than this series and… I know I will want to discover more by this author afterwards. Seems like she has a wild imagination 🙂

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    1. OH YES! Well feel free to use this / these tags, I am tagging you if you want 😀 I’d love to see your answers 🙂
      I didn’t know how to wrap up the year either, having questions like that makes it easier for sure 🙂

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      1. Yeah I realized that just yesterday after sending out my answer to you…. hahaha, I have such a bad memory!
        Choosing favorite books is way too hard, there are too many to choose from! 🙂

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  7. I could probably pick one favorite per genre – but one overall favorite, nope, can’t just pick one. “Watching Glass Shatter” by James J. Cudney, “Wish” by Barbara O’Connor, “Star-Crossed” by Barbara Dee, and “Once Upon a Spine” by Kate Carlisle are the top ones that come to mind, but I’m sure there are a few I’m forgetting too.

    I’m going to do a couple reading challenges in 2018, but not as many as I attempted this year because I really didn’t get many finished. 😛 I’m going to try and stretch myself to read more than just cozy mysteries next year as I read about 130 of those this year. I’m going to set my Goodreads number a little lower next year in an attempt to get some longer books read. I made my goal of 175 this year but next year I’m going to cut it down to 125 so I can maybe read some non-fiction and other books that are a bit longer than the 200-300 pages a cozy mystery is.

    The “Spells & Caramels” series of cozy mysteries by Erin Johnson has become one of my new favorite series. I’m anxiously awaiting the 4th book, which should be out in January.

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    1. I’m just like you – it’s impossible to just pick ONE book overall. There are so many books out there and they’re so different and worth all the stars all the same ahah 🙂

      WOW. You are able to read so many books in a year, it is INCREDIBLE, I am impressed ahah 🙂 best of luck for your reading goals next year, I’m sure you will do great 😀

      thank you so much for your comment!! ❤

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  8. I LOVE THIS!!
    i can’t WAIT for you to read eliza bc its absolutely fantastic and i think it’s going to be a ALL TIME FAV!!!
    omg I’ll Meet you There is just a book filled with pain and anguish and tears i loved it sm, so glad to see it on the list!! 😀

    2017 is almost over but it seems like you had a fabulous reading year! good luck with the rest of the year and for the new year!! ❤

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    1. Awww thank you!! I am so impatient to read Eliza, I have a feeling it could become one of my favorite books ❤
      AND YES YOU HAVE READ I'LL MEET YOU THERE?? This book is so, so good.So many emotions as well ???!

      thank you so much! I hope you'll have an incredible reading year!! ❤

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  9. It’s so impressive that you’ve written such a big wrap-up post for your favorite books this year… just thinking about the books I’ve read in the past two months already overwhelms me 😂 You have so many good recommendations here, it makes me both excited to read them and super overwhelmed because ever since I started blogging I feel like my TBR list has gotten so crazy! I love you’re answer for #2, though — it’s definitely the best to read whatever you want to read at that moment. Sometimes I want to read a book and I know I’ll eventually get to it, but if I’m not in the mood then I won’t force myself to. Otherwise, that would just destroy the entire point of enjoying reading! 😱 Anyways, I’ll slowly chip away at my TBR pile… I don’t see an end in sight, but at the same time, I hope I never see an end to the list of books I want to read! 😇

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    1. I could have written a much, much longer post, but I had to stop at some point 😂 😂 there are just too many books. And I only read 70 books this year – can’t imagine how people who read more do this 😂 😂
      Oh I get the feeling – ever since I started blogging, I feel like my TBR just grows and grows and I will never have the time to read it all. It’s hard to know which books to prioritize!
      thank you so much for your comment, Zoie!! ❤

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  10. The Forbidden Wish sounds awesome. I love fairy tale retellings and I haven’t seen many Aladdin ones so I am totally on board. I don’t have a reading plan for 2018 either, just read whatever I want haha. I’ll probably set my goal for 75 books.

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    1. YES YES YES, the forbidden wish is incredible, YOU HAVE TO READ IT.
      Sorry for screaming, ahah, I couldn’t help myself. It’s such a fantastic – and way too underrated- book 🙂 I hope you’ll love it 🙂
      Yay! 75 books is such an amazing goal! 🙂
      Thank you so much for your sweet comment and I hope you’ll have a great reading year ahead 🙂

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  11. Loved reading this post, Marie! IT sounds like you had a fantastic reading year.
    I think you’ll really enjoy the rest of the Legend series. In my opinion, Prodigy is the best of the trilogy.
    I also didn’t get a chance to read Eliza and her Monsters this year so it’s high on my list for 2018. It sounds right up my alley. I hope we both enjoy it!
    It so awesome to hear that you loved I’ll Meet You There. I recently bought it and I think it’ll be the next book I pick up. Hearing good things gets me even more excited 🙂
    Now that school is finished for me I think my goal for next year will be just to devote more time to reading. I’m so looking forward to simply having more time to read.

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    1. Oh thank you so much, Liam! ❤
      It makes me so happy to hear you enjoyed the Legend series – I can't wait to read more. I liked the first book, but I wanted to see more of the world and the characters, I can't wait to get back into the series soon, hopefully 🙂
      Yay! Eliza and her Monsters sounds fantastic, I hope we will both love it then. And YES, do read I'll Meet You There as soon as you can – it's an incredible book, with great characters and all the emotions ❤
      Oh yes, I understand the feeling. I hope you'll have more and more time to read and enjoy your next reads, Liam! 🙂

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  12. These all seem like such great books! I’m so sad to admit that I don’t think I’ve read any of them? 2017 was my reading slump year (and a lot of new releases I’ve been too scared to read because I don’t want to be disappointed.) I think I might try some of the books you listed though…

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    1. OH no! I’m so sorry you’ve been in a slump year overall – I hope you will find your love for reading again soon ❤ Thing is: hype really is scary, and seeing everyone loving some books can make us SO scared to read them. TRUST yourself and what YOU really want to read – even if you have to read a synopsis 3 times before deciding that it's for you, or not 🙂
      I hope you will find some great books in my post and that you will love reading them, Amelie! Wishing you a GREAT reading year ahead ❤ ❤ ❤

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      1. Thank you so much, for all of these positive vibes, I’ve been really struggling to get back into reading because of “hype” and that’s really good advice, I definitely need to use more often. I wish you another great reading year as well ❤ ❤

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  13. Hi Marie! ❤ Love this tag and your answers! This seems like a great way to wrap up the year. I think I might do this tag as well 🙂 🙂
    I am almost done Our Dark Duet (30 pages from the end) and it is amazing so far. I really hope that you will get around to finishing this duology.
    Turtles is already on my TBR, but now I am even more excited about reading this book since it is your favourite contemporary novel this year. The Forbidden Wish sounds so interesting, so it is now on my TBR as well!
    I love your YOLO approach to 2018. Sounds like a great plan to read whatever and whenever you feel like!

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    1. Thank you so much, Sophie! Oh yes, please do this – these tags, you can do both ahah, I would love to see your answers 🙂
      Oh I’m so glad you’re loving Our Dark Duet. I’m really scared about it being… well, dark, ahah, but I loved August so much, I want to see how his story ends 🙂
      I can’t wait for you to read both Turtles and The Forbidden Wish, they are INCREDIBLE books 🙂
      thank you so much again! xx

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    1. I really can’t remember ever DNF-ing a book. At least not since I started blogging over three years ago? I don’t know, part of me is always hoping it will get better and… I feel bad, because 99% of the time, it will be a book I have bought and I need to make the investment worth it, by at least finishing the book haha 🙂 I think I’m lucky, though – I don’t think I have read a book SO BAD I wanted to throw it out the window before getting to the end of it lately.
      Aw thank you so much – so glad you like these 🙂 I’m happy I didn’t let the hype get to me too much… for now, haha 🙂

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    1. Ohh, what do you think of the Rebel Belle series? I have the first book on my TBR, but haven’t read it just yet 🙂
      haha, I ALWAYS start new series before finishing the ones I’m currently reading… there are just too many books 😂
      thank you so much for stopping by 🙂

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  14. HAHA I love your reading plan for 2018! XD I might do the same thing. 2018 is going to be crazy for me as I have my LAST HIGH SCHOOL EXAMS – EEK! The first half of 2018 is going to be super busy with revision, so I doubt I’ll be getting much work done! I also definitely want to try to get a job in a bookstore/supermarket after my exams next year, so I’m not sure how much free time I’ll have – I don’t want to stress about reading a certain amount of books!

    It seems like you read SOOO many good books this year. I’ve been hearing amazing things about Girl Out of Water, so I’ll definitely try to get to that in 2018! *_*

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    1. Oh best of luck for all of your exams and everything, I’m sure you will DO GREAT! You’re so right – no need to put extra pressure on yourself with goals and challenges. I only hope you will have some time to read here and there and that you will get to some GREAT books 🙂

      Oh YES, please do read Girl Out of Water, it was an incredible book ❤ ❤
      thank you so much for your comment, Kyra!! ❤

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    1. I… don’t know, but this book is so under the radar, it makes me really sad. I just want to SCREAM at everyone to just go read it. I hope you will love it, it was fantastic 😀
      thank you so much!! xx

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  15. AGAHHGHAG Marie you MUST finish the Legend, TYE, and TSS series as soon as possible!! Those are all favorites of mine, ugh. ❤ And omggg I can't wait for you to read Starfish and Eliza! I know you'll love them, especially as a contemporary fan. 😉

    My favorite contemporary probably had to be Eliza, tbh. It might've been Starfish, but I've read some recent reviews talking about issues with the way abuse was handled sooooo. :/ And ACOL was an absolutely AMAZING book & conclusion to the ending!

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    1. I will try to finish the series in 2018 for sure – I’m curious to see how it all continues. Also, let’s face it: I’m going to read all of Marie Lu’s books. You’re kind of to blame, here. BUT I LOVE YOU 😛
      I can’t wait to read both of these books. I have heard about the issues in Starfish, though :/ but I’m still impatient to read it and see how it is 🙂
      thank youuuuuu ❤

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      1. I know you are and I blame you but also I am really grateful because she is SO AMAZING.

        Same here – I’m just sad some people were hurt by this book, and it’s disappointing to hear that after seeing so many glorious reviews for it, as well :/

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      2. Yes, I heard that as well… I guess, in a way, it’s hard to write something that includes everyone, because everyone has different experiences… ? :/ It makes me sad that this book hurt people, though :/

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  16. You have so many great books in this post 😍
    I definitely plan on reading Turtles All the Way Down in 2018, I‘ve heard many good things about it!
    As for your top fantasy books: I LOVED A Conjuring of Light, and the Raven King was great as well (although my favourite book in the series is The Dream Thieves) 💕

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    1. Aww thank you so much, Hannah! ❤
      I can't wait for you to read Turtles, it was such an amazing book ❤
      AND YES OH The Dream Thieves is my favorite of the series as well! I just loved the focus on Ronan and the dreams… this book was SO fascinating!

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      1. Right??? The prologue alone was AMAZING! Ronan is my favourite raven boy, though, so this was basically meant to be my favourite book 💕
        Also, I just love that Ronan’s mother is called Aurora? Idk I think that’s a really cool idea 😊

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  17. Stop making me so sad that I don’t have Forbidden Wish yet 😭😭😭 whenever you mention it, I get sadder and sadder. Maybe I should get it for Christmas! Lovely list, I always love reading your recs. Thank you and it looks like a great year for reading! 😘

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    1. Hahaha, I’m sorry… I will forever be mentioning it, well, UNTIL YOU READ IT. I can’t wait for you to read it, it’s so amazing. I’m scared I am hyping it up a little bit too much, now, haha. I hope you will enjoy it! ❤
      thank you so much!! ❤

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    1. Ohhh really? This makes me SO happy!! What is this book? 🙂
      Thank you so much, Melina! I hope you will love all the books you recently got! And wishing you a great end of the year and merry christmas, if you celebrate! xx

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  18. Awesome post!! Totally get what you mean about there being so many books from 2017 still to read. Really keen to read Girl out of water. And definitely want to check out the disappearances, forbidden wish and deep blue. Glad to see 180 seconds and Ringer getting honourable mentions- those were great books! 😀 Sounds like you had a great reading year!

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    1. Thank you so much!! I can’t believe how many books I haven’t read and… how many books I want to read being released next year. The list NEVER ENDS, it’s crazy haha.
      Thank you so much, again, I hope you had an amazing reading year, too 😀

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    1. OH I’m so glad you read and loved this book as well! It deserves SO MUCH LOVE ❤
      Haha, well it's great to be a mood reader, at least… we aren't too strict with our reading choices, and try and keep it fun – I hope, haha 🙂
      thank you so much, Aila, happy holidays to you too!! 🙂

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  19. Oh there are so many good books on this list! 180 Seconds was great, as was The Forbidden Wish if I remember rightly from when I read it last year. I really, really want to get to Eliza and Her Monsters- it’s been sitting on my bookshelf for ages and I’ve just not been reading because of exams! When Dimple Met Rishi is absolutely adorable and I love The Girl from Everywhere (which I also need to get my butt around to continuing). I hope you like Daughter of Smoke and Bone if you haven’t read it before! It’s been awhile since I read it, but I remember really liking it, even if that’s partially because it’s set in Prague and I read it after visiting Prague whilst Prague had just become my new favourite city.

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    1. Oh thank you so much, Keira, I’m so glad you loved the same books as me this year 😀
      I can’t wait to read Eliza and Her Monsters, it sounds like such a great book and I only heard fantastic things so far ❤
      I just finished reading DOSAB and I enjoyed it overall, I think I expected a bit more though, because I didn't fall in love with it. I LOVED the setting though, Prague, SO AMAZING and well-built. It makes me want to go to Prague so badly 🙂
      thank you so, so much for your sweet comment!! xx

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    1. Thank you!! 🙂 I’m sorry that I’ll Meet You There wasn’t so memorable for you, haha. and yes you should read Ringer, I’d love to know your thoughts about it! 🙂

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    1. AHHHH this makes me so happy. I feel like… 3 people read this book ahah, it is a bit underrated, but it was so great 🙂
      I will continue on with it in 2018, I don’t know when but I WILL, I promise. I CAN’T WAIT 😀

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  20. It sounds like you really enjoyed your fantasy and retelling books in 2017! I especially like the idea of having no plan and really seeing where reading takes you… that is something I am working on doing in 2018 because I won’t be setting anymore TBRs. So here’s to that for both of us!

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    1. YAY! That’s a great thing! I am trying not to be too strict about my reading. I want to read books and I know there are certain books I will “have” to read (because I am dying to read them haha), but I really want to be more flexible and just have fun with the books I read for sure 🙂
      thank you so much for your comment! ❤

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