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Top Thirteen Books I’ve Read In 2014
I’ve read so many great books this year! Even with a several month long reading slump, I found that I couldn’t just limit myself to just 10 books this week. That’s how many awesome books I read this year! Here my 13 favorite books from this year!
- Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell. I LOVE this book so, so much! It really reminded me of that time in my life, and I related to Cath so much.
- Cress by Marissa Meyer. Cress is my favorite book in the series so far, and I just loved Cress and this re-telling of Rapunzel.
- The Impossible Knife Of Memory by Laurie Halse Anderson. I just love Laurie Halse Anderson, and her most recent book is just as amazing as I thought it would be.
- Me Since You by Laura Weiss. This was such an emotional book, but that didn’t stop me from loving it!
- We’ll Always Have Summer by Jenny Han. I’m so glad things ended the way they did, and I just loved every single word of this book.
- Out Of The Easy by Ruta Sepetys. I loved 1950’s New Orleans. And the characters! I loved them all.
- Ignite Me by Tahereh Mafi. Juliette! And Kenji! They are an awesome pair of friends, they really are.
- The Crown/The Wonder by Colleen Oakes. I couldn’t pick just one of the 2 books out in this series, but it’s a dark Wonderland in this series, and I love that it’s so dark.
- Moonglass by Jessi Kirby. I heart Jessi Kirby, and I love the stories of moonglass and mermaid’s tears. And I love Anna.
- Isla And The Happily Ever After by Stephanie Perkins. It’s Isla, you can’t go wrong with Isla. This book…it was the first time in a long time that I was so excited and in love with a book.
- The Collected Autobiographies Of Maya Angelou. I really regret not reading her collected autobiographies sooner, but she really had quite the life! She’s definitely an inspiration and a survivor.
- My Best Friend, Maybe by Caela Carter. I liked seeing how their friendship went wrong, and how they put things back together, and realized that they could be friends, but not best friends.
- Lies We Tell Ourselves by Robin Talley. It’s such a good look at both sides of the civil rights movement, and both sides of it! It’s hard to believe that it took place not that long ago.