Hi everyone! It’s Top Ten Tuesday. This is a weekly meme created and hosted at The Broke and the Bookish. Every week the ladies there post a list for bloggers to participate in! i really love this list, anything to let me talk about my favorite books for a little while. 🙂
This week’s list the
~Top Ten Books I’ve Read So Far In 2015~
I’m going to stick with ’15 releases only for this list. I’m going to go in the order I’ve read them as well!
1. All The Bright Places by Jennifer Niven
This was the first “hyped” book I needed to read as soon as possible. It did not let me down at all. I loved it to pieces! And that’s what I was when I finished. Pieces.
I was fascinated with this book so much that it kickstarted a feature (One Day More) to show off releases that I read that had far off release dates. This was such an informative read for me.
3. I’ll Meet You There by Heather Demetrios
This was the second “hyped” book that I needed to read. Once again, it did not let me down and I was hooked almost instantly when I read this. I adored Sky and Josh so much and could relate to them very well
The family dynamics in this are going to stay with me for a while. This book dealt with society. family, friendship and changing. It also had the golden New York City setting which only made me much more addicted to it. I also made a One Day More post about this one as well!
Challenger Deep gave an amazing account of a guy named Caden who has schizophrenia. I could relate a lot to Caden in some things which is why I loved it so much.
6. Fans of The Impossible Life by Kate Scelsa
This one doesn’t come out until September but oh my gosh. It is definitely a must read. I’ll be doing a little post on it in a couple weeks so be on the look out for that. 🙂
7. Because You’ll Never Meet Me by Leah Thomas
This is the book I’ve always wanted! I have been seriously obsessed with this book so so so much. I recommend it to everyone. I loved the friendship in it and the long distance friendship and the isolation that the two guys felt at times.<3
I just reviewed this! 5 to 1 takes such an interesting take on a dystopian and gender norms. It was so compelling.
9. More Happy Than Not by Adam Silvera
Finally, this is the last book of the year that I just loved so much. Like I’ll Meet You There, it dealt with differing social economic classes, which I loved. I’ll be posting a review for this in the coming weeks as well.
I know that number SHOULD be higher, but, er, reading slumps. You know how it is!
Let me know if you’ve read any of these books and what you thought of them! Unless you hated them, then spare me because my heart will probably break at the news.