Top Ten Tuesday: March 22nd


This has to be the number one book on my list, without a doubt. Every time it pops into my head, it gets better and better. It's weird and simple, but the narration will stay with you forever. A truly unforgettable voice.

I had a lot of issues with Delirium, but not this book. This novel is a true treasure. Heartbreaking and comforting all the same time. When I think about this book, I just...feel.

This series is unexpectedly magnificent. It's fluffy and inconsequential, yet moving and powerful. It's one I need to reread, and shove into people's faces more often.

After I finished this book, I thought: "That was good." But now, years later, it pops into my brain at random times and hits me like a ton of bricks. It's so honest and so relatable--especially now that I've truly experienced love and heartbreak.

This was my first introduction to Jennifer L. Armentrout. Cue the tomatoes, I know! I'd heard of the Lux series before, but I never read them. But this book is still my favorite of hers. It's romantic and dark and unpredictable.

This was favorite novel growing up. But in recent years, it has fallen by the wayside as I've continued to discover wonderful books. I want to bring it back. It is so poignant and significant to the times, no matter the decade it currently is.

This novel is just...painful to read. It's a onslaught of tragedy. But it's wonderful. I can't express how moving and captivating it is.

If you want to be educated, cry and be forever changed, all at the same time, please read this book. It's based on a true story, and just heartbreaking and moving.

I have a weird fascination with school shooting narratives. They are undeniably important and vivid, and just plain unforgettable. But sometimes, I forget that his book was the one that hooked me on the sub-genre. It's a complicated story of broken people.

This book, man. This book. Some people hate it, some people love it. A majority of people are just weirded out by it. I am all three of those people, but with an extra dollop of THIS BOOK IS SO DAMN INCREDIBLE. Andrew Smith knows how to make me laugh and touch my soul, even when the narrative is about giant praying mantises that have sex with everything.

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  1. I LOVE David Levithan -- Lover's Dictionary is still on my "to read" list, but I am not at all surprised that it's stuck with you. Thanks for sharing!

    1. I actually haven't read enough of his books, but of the ones I have, this is definitely my favorite. I suggest it wholeheartedly. Thanks for commenting!


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