Top Ten Tuesday – Best of 2015

I keep meaning to get around the reviews, but I’ve been so busy, all I can seem to put together are lists. Sorry dudes! But hey, today you get another list!

This could have been a lovefest to Courtney Summers, but I forced myself to list only two. These are almost exclusively YA books. That’s because it’s been a good year for them, and because I avoided a lot of what was super popular. I’ve learned that they are almost always disappointing. Not because of my hipster d-bag status, but because I’m not that into fantasy and that’s been crazy popular this year.

There are two memoirs on this list – which surprises me as much as you.

If you’re looking for a good book, pick up one of these and enjoy.

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The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey

No review yet. I just finished this book and haven’t gotten a chance to write it yet. I was truly surprised how much I liked this book.

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You’re Never Weird on the Internet by Felicia Day (review)

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Broken Harbour by Tana French (review)

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The Sacred Lies of Minnow Bly by Stephanie Oakes (review)

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The Absolute Value of -1 by Steve Brezenoff (review)

And this review got a hell of a shout out from the author.

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The Replacements by Brenna Yovanoff (review)

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Yes Please by Amy Poehler

No review on this one. That’s terrible on my part, because this book is excellent on all parts. Read it. Poehler is fucking rad.

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Some Girls Are by Courtney Summers (review)

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This is Not a Test by Courtney Summers (review)

Book of the Year

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We Were Liars by E. Lockhart (review)

 

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2 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday – Best of 2015

  1. We Were Liars have been on my TBR for such a long time, I really need to get to it! Also Felicia Day’s book has had some amazing praise, I love her and I really want to read her book 😀 My TTT.

  2. The tweets from Courtney Summers are so awesome!! I really need to get around to reading some of these books. My TBR pile is daunting right now.

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