Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.
Ten Books I Really Love But Feel Like I Haven’t Talked About Enough/In A While
Titles are linked to my reviews (when available) if you would like to read them. Otherwise linked to the book’s GoodReads page.
A brilliant piece of work by an indie author. One of my favorite books from the past five years, easily. I gobbled it down in one evening!
If you haven’t read this, you absolutely must. I’ve read it three times now, and every time I speed through it like my life depends on it.
A collection of short stories. Perhaps the only collection of short stories I will ever want to read over and over again. They’re that good! Nichols is an indie author with a great deal of talent. Definitely check her out!
My first introduction to fantasy series. It’s what hooked me on the genre. Jordan’s writing is impeccable.
Morrison is a master of 21st century writing. Her stories are poignant and elegant. She’s a must-read!
Not exactly a review, but Great Expectations has long been one of my favorite books. Probably the first book that ever made me examine my own life.
I don’t have a review of this, but it is easily my favorite book in the series. Nothing like a competition to heat things up!
I don’t have a review of this up, but this is one of my FAVORITE dragon series.The story, and the writing, are as colorful as the cover. I ❤ Mercedes Lackey a great deal.
No review, but I read this book when I was in Grad. school. There were a lot of tears. That may have been because of the amount of stress I was under, but still, this is a very moving and simply told story. It really sticks with you.
Sorry, no review for this one either, but Gregory Maguire is a GOD when it comes to retelling fairy tales, and this book starts off a magnificent series, retelling Frank L. Baum’s The Wizard of Oz. Read it!