Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Top Ten Tuesday: Favorite Books You've Read During The Lifespan Of Your Blog

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme started at The Broke And The Bookish.

This week's topic is the top ten favorite books you've read during the lifespan of your blog.
I've linked to my original post for each book.

       Almost Perfect
       My Life In France

What have been your favorites since you've been blogging?


  1. Ballad is a great book! And The Riders of the Apocalypse series sounds intriguing!

  2. Love ATU! It would have been #16 on my list! :-) I hate cutting favorites!

    Karis @YA Litwit

    My Top Ten

  3. I loved Ready Player One, Across the Universe and The Hunger Games series. I'll have to check out some more of the other ones you mentioned - quite a few are already on my reading list.

    Tanya Patrice

  4. In the last week, I was just thinking that I really need to make time for READY PLAYER ONE. Your inclusion of it on your list must be a sign! I still need to read John Green's backlist so I can read his "best" book. I enjoyed ACROSS THE UNIVERSE< THE HUNGER GAMES, and RIDERS OF TEH APOCALYPSE!

  5. Oh so many I am sure, I'd have to look at my list :)

  6. Your glowing review of Ready Player One had me purchase it on audible.com. I just talked to my oldest son the other day on Facetime and he raved about it too!!! Loved Hunger Games too and I thought Almost Perfect was fantastic. I wish it would get more notice...so an important topic and he dealt with it beautifully!!

  7. Hmm, I just went over the list of books I've blogged about in the seven months of my blog and I haven't been nuts about too many of them. Overdressed by Elizabeth Cline really gave me a LOT to think about. I've started God Went To Beauty School by Cynthia Rylant but haven't finished it yet but that's a winner. And I haven't finished it yet not because it's slow or long, but because we went to the bookstore at the same time, she bought it, read me an excerpt, and I started reading from it... she wanted it back and I was too shy to ask to borrow it again, so I haven't mentioned it to her, but I found it on ebay and it's on the way! Whoo!

  8. TFiOS is a popular pick among TTT participants this week, I see! I enjoyed that book -- I wonder if they are still planning on creating a film adaption? I'm curious to see who'd play Van Houten's character.

    Ahh, THG! I really loved reading those books, and I haven't read another YA dystopian book since that has matched my love for it. THG introduced me to the YA dystopian genre, though, and I still have a lot more dystopian books on my to-read list.


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