Top Ten Tuesday: March 29th


It takes a lot for me to give a book five stars. It's something that I save for my favorite books. But it seems like this year, either the books are getting better or my standards are getting lower, because I've read some amazing books, worthy of five stars. Either way, here are the last ten books I've rated five stars.

You can read my full review of this novel here, but basically this book is incredible and everyone needs to read it. The main character's voice is unbelievably true and it's so heartbreaking and beautiful.

This book had me ugly crying at the end, but it was totally worth it. It is a magical book, true and realistic and touching. If you don't have this on your list of summer pubs, put it on there now.

This series is just incredible. Plain and simple. That's just a fact. The characters, the adventure, the world building, the politcs--perfection on pages.

Another book that was worth all of the ugly crying. Except, I cried for the last 150 pages of this one. I don't read a lot of adult fiction, but this book made me seriously reconsider my life choices. It was marvelous and unique and relatable. I loved living inside of Lou's brain, and I wish I was there right now.

Holy crap, this book took me by surprise. I'd read mostly positive reviews, but it was relatively unknown. For a while, it just became one of those books I figured I'd get to eventually. I now thank Book Depot on a daily basis for having this book on their site, because it is so wonderful. Full of passion and romance and adventure. I will swoon over Bishop Lattimer until I die.

This book was on my radar since before its publication, but I never picked it up--for one reason or another. I'm so glad I finally read it though, because it's the best New Adult book I've read and I devoured it in a day and a half.

I really don't even have to explain this one. It was a wonderful conclusion to a wonderful series.

This book had me at the first page and kept my attention until the last one. It has such a strong voice, and a well thought out story arc. Absolutely one of the best Middle Grade novels I've ever read.

I devoured this in a day as well, although it helps that it's written in verse. It was just so well written and captivating. Heartbreaking and unique, with a voice that was memorable and strong through everything.

To be honest, I was a little skeptical of this sequel. Excited? Hell yes. But still skeptical. I shouldn't have been. I thought this was better than the first, as Ryan Dean West continued to grow up and learn about himself. I cannot wait for the third one.

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