Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme create at The Broke and the Bookish.
Today’s Top Ten Tuesday is:
Well, here is a challenge to myself. Featuring my top ten FAVORITE reads of 2013! What a difficult task! I have read some pretty fabulous books this year. But alas, I will limit them to my ten favorites! So, without further ado, here are my
Top Ten Books of 2013!
In order to help me narrow my list down, I am giving out awards! So I hope you enjoy!
Best Adult Fiction:
The Bookstore by Deborah Meyler! (My Review is here).
My one sentence re-cap: Such a genuine emotional journey of one of the best-written characters I have ever read.
Best New Adult Fiction:
Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell (My Review is Here)
My one sentence re-cap: Heart Gush Gush LURRRRRRRRRVE GUSH GUSH GUSH.
Best YA Fiction:
Two Boys Kissing by David Levithan (My Mini-Review Here)
My one sentence re-cap: One of the most powerful and haunting books I have ever read.
Best Juvenile Fiction:
Destiny, Rewritten by Kathryn Fitzmaurice (My Review Here)
My one sentence re-cap: This book is so adorable I accidentally finished it in one sitting!
Journey by Aaron Becker (My Mini-Review here)
My one sentence re-cap: Such beautiful illustrations that tell a precious story.
Best Series Beginning:
The Program by Suzanne Young (My Mini-Review here)
My one sentence re-cap: This is a dystopia that made me reflect not only on the story being told, but life. Very compelling, very real.
Best Series Ender:
Clockwork Princess by Cassandra Clare (My Mini-Review here)
My one sentence re-cap: This is the perfect series wrap-up. No joke. Perfection.
Most Fun to Read:
Escape from Mr. Lemoncello’s Library by Chris Grabenstein (My Review here)
My one sentence re-cap: Seriously, this book is pure librarian fun and games!
The Book That Made Me Think:
The Unchangeable Spots of Leopards by Kristopher Jansma (My Review Here)
My one sentence re-cap: A story about the art of story and character development; a narrator that makes you think and rethink everything.
Joyland by Stephen King (My Mini-Review here)
My one sentence re-cap: Such a well-developed story read by a narrator that transforms into the main character.
Well, there are my top ten books for 2013. Did any of mine make your list? Did you like any of these too? Did you read something fantastic that you think I might like? Leave me a comment/link and let’s chat!
Love and HAPPY NEW YEAR!