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Top Ten Books I’ve Read Because Of Recommendations
I think most of the books I’ve read are because of recommendations, whether it’s from Goodreads, a blogger or a friend, These are ten of my favorites that I’ve read because it was recommended to me.
- The Parasol Protectorate by Gail Carriger. I read this based on the recommendation of my friend Heather, and I’m glad I did, because this series (and the other two series set in this world) are really fun reads.
- Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs. I just finished this a couple of days ago, and a co-worker was nice enough to lend me her copy. I really liked it, and the photographs made the book more interesting.
- Wallbanger by Alice Clayton. I saw this book mentioned on either Book Riot or Smart Bitches, Trashy Books, and it was absolutely hysterical. I
- Stiff by Mary Roach. I know I first heard about Mary Roach on Book Riot, and her books are really different and quirky but also fun. This one is my favorite of hers, though.
- A Moment Comes by Jennifer Bradbury. This is another book I read because Heather recommended it, and it’s such a good book! I loved it, because I had no idea the Partition of India was an actual thing that happened, and you get to see all sides of it.
- All The Ugly And Wonderful Things by Bryn Greenwood. I read this one because of a co-worker (a different one than the one earlier) and I loved it a lot more than I thought I would. The romance was actually really well done, and that’s the thing I was unsure about at first.
- Wonder by R.J. Palacio. I read this book because of my friend Mollie- I had heard about it, but I really trust her, and that’s why I read it.
- Mouse Guard by David Petersen. This is such an adorable graphic novel, and I’m really glad Heather recommended it!
- The Immortal Life Of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot. If you haven’t read this book yet, you really need to! I first heard about it on Book Riot, and then it came up in a conversation with some friends. I knew it had to read it, and I’m glad I did. It’s an interesting look at medicine and ethics.
- Ash by Malinda Lo. I really like this book, and it’s one of my favorite re-tellings, especially where Cinderella re-tellings are concerned.