Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created at The Broke and the Bookish.
This week's topic: Top Ten Books I Recommend The Most
One of my favorite books about cooking. It opened my eyes to meal planning and how to stretch your food.
I adore this love story between a boy and a MtoF trans girl. I think everyone should read Almost Perfect.
For anyone who thinks they don't like books about space, Across The Universe is the perfect book. It's about space but it doesn't feel like it. Revis makes you feel like you are on the Godspeed.
Imagine being new among people who have been together for five thousand years. Meet Ana, the first new soul to be born in Heart. Is Ana a mistake, someone who will destroy Heart, or someone who will help save it? Meadows builds a gorgeous world that I adore visiting.
O'Malley built this crazy wonderful world that I loved spending time in. Fast paced, imaginative, and hilarious is how I describe The Rook.
I imagine The Fault In Our Stars will be on a lot of lists today. And it deserves to be. Augustus and Hazel will make you laugh and cry. It's a book that sticks with you.
I think I have recommended Ready Player One to every person I know. If you love the 80's and video games, Ready Player One is the book for you.
Anytime someone tells they are too old to learn something new, I suggest they read Child's My Life In France. Julia learned to cook when she was in her late 30's. She accompanied her husband, Paul, to France and spent her time learning to cook. She had many failures before she became the famous Julia Child. Her story never fails to inspire me.
A magical and beautifully told story that I recommend to people who don't like fantasy. I think the story is so well told that it doesn't feel like fantasy.
My favorite graphic novel series. I always recommend Y: The Last Man to those who think comic books are all about superheroes. Y: The Last Man was so engaging and well written.
What books do you recommend the most?