Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Recommend The Most

Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created at The Broke and the Bookish.

Each week they will post a new Top Ten list that one of their bloggers over at The Broke and the Bookish will answer. Everyone is welcome to join.

This week’s topic is: Top Ten  Books I Recommend The Most

I don’t so much recommend books as thrust them at people and urge them to read them because I loved them so much. I bought a dozen copies of Cinder, Blood Song and Divergent last year as Christmas gifts as I wanted people to like my favourite books.

So here are a few of the books I recommend for people.

If you like Magical Boarding Schools then I’d suggest you check out:

If Contemporary stories that tug at the heart-strings are up your alley, think about reading: 

If sci-fi multiple souls sharing a single body stories tickle your fancy, check out:

What's Left of Me (The Hybrid Chronicles, #1)What's Left of Me (The Hybrid Chronicles, #1)

Stories with adventure and a kick-arse heroine I recommend are:

And just to round out my list for this week – Kate’s all time favourite adult UF/PNR series:

Dark Lover (Black Dagger Br...Lover Eternal (Black Dagger...Lover Awakened (Black Dagge...Lover Revealed (Black Dagge...Lover Unbound (Black Dagger...Lover Enshrined (Black Dagg...Lover Avenged (Black Dagger...Lover Mine (Black Dagger Br...Lover Unleashed (Black Dagg...Lover Reborn (Black Dagger ...Lover At Last (Black Dagger...

 

  • The Black Dagger Brotherhood by J.R. Ward (Sorry to include this one but I’m just way too excited about the release of the eleventh book, Lover at Last, this week!) 

 

 

Considering these are all books I enjoyed reading, would any of you be able to recommend some books for me based on my recommendations? Link me up to your Top Ten Tuesdays and as always – comments are most welcome 🙂

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28 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Recommend The Most

    • I loved it. It’s dystopian and got a fantastic heroine. I think if you liked The Hunger Games then you’d like Divergent. Thanks for commenting! 😀

    • Thanks! That’s so kind of you to say. I really enjoyed the Host – which surprised me considering my feelings towards Twilight. I have already bought my tickets for the film to see this coming weekend. I’m excited!!

    • I think I need to read more Maria V. Snyder books. I loved Touch of Power Also need to read more John Green. Do you have any recommendations? So far only read TFiOS. Thanks for visiting.

  1. I see several of my favourite books on here: What’s Left of Me, Vampire Academy, Touch of Power. I’ve read most of these, but I haven;t heard of Dear Cassie, so I shall have to check it out because our taste is so similar!

  2. The Fault in Our Stars has been on almost every list I’ve seen because it is GOOD. But would you believe I have not read Divergent? As much as I wanted to, I didn’t like 13 Reasons Why, but I can see why some would and have seen it on lots of lists today.

    • I have some issues with Thirteen Reasons Why – but I don’t think you need to like a book to recommend it.

      You haven’t read Divergent? I loved it – bought a copy of it and the second book, Insurgent, for my sister for Christmas and she liked them. Considering I don’t think she’s ever read a book for pleasure I thought that was pretty awesome. It’s a book I’d recommend for anyone that liked the Hunger Games.

      Thanks for stopping by 🙂

    • I’m so excited about Lover at Last! I have such high hopes after the Qhuinn/Blay moments in Tohr’s novel. I hope it lives up to our expectations! 😀 Thanks for visiting and I hope you get your hands on a copy of BDB#11 soon!

    • I’ve only read the Healer series by her but I’m considering reading her Study series. It looks great and I’ve heard nothing but good things. Thanks for visiting! 🙂

    • I think TFIOS is one of those books where you have to be in just the right frame of mind to enjoy it. Or maybe you just didn’t like it. I’m that way sometimes with popular books – I don’t quite understand why people love the Catcher in the Rye, Perks of a Wallflower or Atlas Shrugged.

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