Tuesday, November 4, 2014
Top Ten Books I Have Reread
Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish!
I'm editing this topic. The original was want to reread, but since I reread so much, I decided to make it the ones I've reread the most.
1. Sweet Evil by Wendy Higgins - Sweet is simply unputdownable. I have read it more times than I can count, and whenever asked what my favorite book is, Sweet Evil is always the first book that pops to mind.
2. All That Glows by Ryan Graudin - All That Glows is another favorite. It's a tad newer, so I haven't reread it as much, but I fell in love with it immediately, and every time I pick it up, I have to read the whole thing.
3. Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead - I first read Vampire Academy a few years ago, and since then, I have fallen in love. While Sydney in the new series is cool, my love will always remain with Rose.
4. Alice in Zombieland by Gena Showalter - There's a magical quality about Gena's books. Every time I read them, I fall more and more in love.
5. Pushing the Limits by Katie McGarry - Pushing the Limits is one of the few contemporaries that I can say with all honesty that I love. It tackles tough subject matter, while still remaining humorous and romantic.
6. White Hot Kiss by Jennifer L. Armentrout - The guy character Roth has a snake tattoo named Bambi that comes alive and eats people. Need I say anything else?
7. Divergent by Veronica Roth - This was pre-Allegiant, no spoilers, but since that book, I haven't been able to look at the series in the same light.
8. Abandon by Meg Cabot - I practically grew up on Meg Cabot (along with Margaret Peterson Haddix and Gale Carson Levine). Once I outgrew her middle grade books, I discovered this series and fell in love!
9. The Distance Between Us by Kasie West - One of the only other contemporaries that I truly enjoyed. This book is fun and romantic and like my favorite paranormals without the supernatural.
10. The Selection by Kiera Cass - A fun book that many people seem to dislike. I really like the main character America, and each time I read it, I see a different side of the story.