Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Top Ten: Books I Recommend the Most

Top Ten Books I recommend the Most


This book is always my number one recommendation. It has captured my heart and has never fully given it back. I absolutely love and adore this book and the characters inside!

The Perks of Being a Wallflower

This is one of the most epic reads of all time! A frequent re-read for me. I consider the characters friends, and love to visit them often!

The Fault in Our Stars

I pretty much recommend any John Green book, but this one is at the top of the list for me. 
Do not read in public unless you don't mind people seeing your ugly cry!

 Beholding Bee

This is a recent release but will be a forever favourite of mine!

Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children (Miss Peregrine, #1)

What a fun, creepy and beautifully written novel this was! The pictures add so much depth to the story and make it a one of a kind read!

If I Stay (If I Stay #1)

I'm sure one this will be on a lot of lists. This one is a hauntingly beautiful story with characters that will forever embed themselves in your heart!
*Ugly Cry Warning*

Playing Hurt

In the mood for a great summer read? Than this is the one! It still gives you that summer vibe but doesn't jip out on great story and characters!

Between Shades of Gray

Omg! You will cry, and you will cry hard! You will never forget this book once you read it. 

Thirteen Reasons Why

Powerful, beautifully written and yes, a tear jerker! 
I am sensing a theme here...I like to cry...

The Pact

Holy cow, Picoult knows how to write em'! This is one my absolute favourites from her! 

Honourable Mentions

Any Nicholas Sparks book!

I am a hopeless romantic. I recommend his books any chance I can get!

What's on your list?

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  1. I recently read Perks, and...I...just...didn't like it. It kind of felt like Chbosky was trying to stick *every* adolecent issue there possibly is in the same book...drugs, molestation, teen pregnancy, rape, and more. I also wasn't a fan of the writing style.

  2. I love your list! Revolution and Between Shades of Gray are such good books!

    I also agree with you about 'The Fault in Our Stars'. I was so glad to be home alone when I was reading that because I cried so much!

    Thanks for stopping by!

  3. There are a few on your list that I still need to read, but I can't tell you how happy I am to see Playing Hurt on your list. I read most of my books from the library, but if I like it enough, I buy it. I finished that book and immediately fired up my computer and bought it.

    Thanks for stopping by my TTT.

    LisaILJ @ My I’ll Tumble for YA

  4. I thought Between Shades of Gray was a wonderful read too, very moving. I have the John Green book on my to be read pile and am eager to read it soon. Same with Perks... I enjoy Jodi Picoult's novels a lot too. I enjoyed reading your list.


  5. I haven't read any of these although the majority are on my tbr. I'm going to attempt TFIOS this year, but I need to make sure I'm stocked up on tissues, chocolate, and perhaps alcohol lol.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier! :-)

    ~Marie @ Ramblings of a Daydreamer

  6. IF I STAY and the PACT. *sob sob* I've read also everything on your list too!!! My other recommendations are WHAT HAPPENS NEXT (great cute love interest, dog and funny main char), WHEN YOU WERE HERE Daisy Whitney - this one doesn't come out until June but I read an ARC and it's AMAZINGGGGGGGG.

  7. Great top ten, so many on your list that I wanted to put on mine - Fault In Our Stars makes me well up even just thinking about it months after reading it!

    My Top 10

  8. I LOVED the fault in our stars, such a beautifully written book, I managed not to ugly cry too much! Loved the video too! Here's my list, bit different from yours... http://fabulousbookfiend.blogspot.co.uk/


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