Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by the awesome people over at The Broke and the Bookish.
Today’s theme is all about my top ten books for this year so far.
“There is no one out there writing magical retellings and vast mythologies like Rosamund Hodge does. It’s a fact you’ll soon realise once you read her books.”
“This book is such a wrecking ball of force to the heart. This book is a wake-up call to the cruelty of society. This book is everything we never realized until now.”
“Robyn Schneider is a godsend to the YA universe. I can’t imagine her books not existing. That’s why I’m pushing you and everybody else reading this review to check this woman’s work. Believe me when I say this: her words are extraordinary.”
“Uprooted is a high-octane adult fantasy novel of epic magical proportions. I fear I won’t give this book any justice because of my simple words compared to the book’s extraordinary ones…Novik doesn’t try too hard to blow you away with terminologies; she rather lets the story do the job for her.”
“All in all, the Off the Map series is a great testament that what is once lost will always be found……..but really, go read this series. You won’t regret it.”
“Never have I encountered a male voice in YA that is Austin Braxton. He was such a refreshing and realistic character. His inner dialogue is what made me enjoy the read even more! He’s full of charisma, wit, and spunk – all in all, the formula for my favourite kind of characters.”
“Emmy & Oliver definitely has my stamp of approval including an #AllTheFeels badge and tons of multicolored balloons.”
MAGONIA BY MARIA DAHVANA HEADLEY
I don’t have review up for this one but let me just tell you that this book is freaking Epic. That’s right. Capitalised E-P-I-C. You don’t want to miss out on the Epic.
“Reading this book was both the best and worst experience for me. The most prevalent emotion I felt was frustration. I was frustrated with the story, I was frustrated with the characters, I was frustrated with Elise’s situation. But I was most frustrated with how it felt like I was reading my very own biography.”
“We All Looked Up is an important book. It deals with so many complicated themes and manages to wrap everything up in three hundred pages or so. I hope everybody gets a chance to read this especially teenagers.”
WHAT ARE YOUR TOP TEN BOOKS OF 2015 SO FAR?