Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by the Broke and the Bookish. This weeks Top Ten is : Top Ten Books I Recommend The Most
- The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern. This book was recommended to me. Even given to me by a friend to read. Still it lay on my bookshelf for ages before I picked it up. When I finally got to it I couldn’t believe it took me so long to get to it. Now, on just about every relevant TTT post I put this one on this list. Therefore DUH.
- If Tomorrow Comes by Sydney Sheldon. I read this book while still in school. Yeah it isn’t really all that young teen appropriate but my reading tastes have always been more similar to that of my mums (it was way cheaper to read her books then to buy my own).
- The Inheritance Cycle (yeah I am cheating. Who cares) by Christopher Paolini. It is a HUGE undertaking. But it is very much worth it. Please keep in mind that you will need a few months to get through them due to small breaks taken between books. It gets a bit much by number 4.
- Hearth: Exile by MR Jenks. This is a book I did for a review a few weeks back. I was just starting out on the book bloggers journey through the world of read to review when I stumbled on Matthew and his book. It was such a thrilling read. Quite a big surprise.
- MacGregor Series by Nora Roberts. Once again I picked the entire series because it is just impossible to pick on of them. It is a HUGE series. You don’t have to read them all but I can pretty much guarantee that once you read one of them your just going to carry on with the rest of them.
- Sunset Embrace by Sandra Brown. Firstly let me say, I am finding it hard to only recommend one Sandra Brown as she is one of my favourite authors of all time. Sunset Embrace is a historical fiction that brings tears to your eyes and makes you laugh with the characters. It is one of my top 5 books. Screw it. Top 3.
- Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher. It is such a touching story that leaves you with so much heartache for this poor girl. Especially if you yourself went through a stage such as that.
- The Boy Series by Meg Cabot. They are written in such a quaint format. In the form of emails, notes and text messages between the main characters. It made for such quick fun reads that I found myself reading until the stupid, silly morning hours with all three of them.
- Vampire Academy by Racheal Mede. I haven’t read the entire series yet. Still to do Last Sacrifice. It was my first introduction into YA (other then Harry Potter – cos he doesn’t seem to fall in to YA. He needs a genre all for himself).
- Harry Potter etc etc. All of them. Number 1 to 7, Quidditch through the ages, Tales of Beadle and the Bard. All the little supporting booklets. Now I find myself dreaming of what happens next and what happens with the kids. And I really want to try out the James Potter series!
Well there you have it, my Top Ten Recommendations to you. What do you recommend I give a try?