Alexandra Bracken, Amy Zhang, Bloodlines, Brigid Kemmerer, Disruption, Divergent, Falling into Place, Jessica Shirvington, Kasie West, Maggie Stiefvater, Markus Zusak, Michelle Hodkin, Pivot Point, Rachael Craw, Richelle Mead, Spark, The Book Thief, The Darkest Minds, The Raven Cycle, The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer, Top Ten Tuesday, Vampire Academy, Veronica Roth
Top Ten Tuesday is a thing where we get given a topic, and we have to list our ‘top ten’ things for the topic. Pretty self-explanatory.
Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish
This Week’s Topic: Top Ten Books you would classify as your all time favourites from the past 3 years
Note: I’m taking ‘from the past 3 years’ to mean books that I have read in the past 3 years.
1. Vampire Academy/Bloodlines series, by Richelle Mead
2. The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer, by Michelle Hodkin
3. The Raven Cycle, by Maggie Stiefvater
4. Divergent, by Veronica Roth
5. Pivot Point, by Kasie West
6. Disruption, by Jessica Shirvington
7. Falling into Place, by Amy Zhang
8. The Darkest Minds, by Alexandra Bracken
9. The Book Thief, by Markus Zusak
10. Spark, by Rachael Craw
Bonus: Spark, by Brigid Kemmerer
Renee Bookboyfriends said:
I AGREE WHOLEHEARTEDLY WITH SPARK!!!!! I FINISHED SPARK AND I LOVED IT SOOOOO MUCH!!!! 😀 And of course The Raven Cycle. 🙂 And Disruption. And VA/Bloodlines. (More so VA in my opinion now that it’s all over) And Divergent! (Allegiant made me sob my eyes out!)
Great list Cassie!!!!
Emily @ The Loony Teen Writer said:
YES YES YES TO FALLING INTO PLACE AND THE BOOK THIEF. Also, The Raven Boys arrived in the mail yesterday. I’m very excited to start 🙂
Great list! The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer is such an awesome book. I still have to read the Book Thief! I should really do that soon. I’m a new follower. 🙂
Krystianna @ Downright Dystopian
Ana @ Butterflies of the Imagination said:
Yes to The Book Thief. I loved the unique style and perspective in that book. I mean, who has ever heard of a book narrated by Death? I also really enjoyed the sheer poignancy and heartbreaking aspects of the book. I felt like I knew the characters so well, which is probably why I hate (well, love, too) the ending. I think this is a must for book lovers everywhere because we can so relate to Liesel’s love for books.