I tell so many people about so many books. I’m lucky that I have friends and family who read the same types of books as me, so I’m constantly giving recommendations and sharing books.
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Top Ten Books I Recommend the Most
1Divergent by Veronica Roth– This is the book I recommend to people who have read The Hunger Games and are looking for something like it. I tell them Divergent is basically BETTER than The Hunger Games.
2Under the Never Sky by Veronica Rossi– Another top fave that I have told all my friends about.
3Daughter of the Forest by Juliet Marillier– Because this book is basically fantasy 101. It’s got it all – epic story, epic romance and epic evil.
4Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo– I just fell in love with this book last year. I’m sure my friends are starting to get- if they’re not already – annoyed with me.
5Cinder by Marissa Meyer– A series that masterfully retells old fairytales into science fiction stories is something I know a lot of people would love.
6Poison Study series by Maria V. Snyder– It’s just one of my all-time favorite YA fantasy series. Valek=swoon.
7The Selection by Kiera Cass– For my friends who don’t read a lot of YA, I recommend this book because it’s like the bachelor meets The Hunger Games.
8The Truth About Forever by Sarah Dessen– I venture into contemporary fiction every once and awhile, and when I do, I read Dessen first.
9Mercy Thompson series by Patricia Briggs— For anyone who loves urban fantasy (which I haven’t read in awhile!), this series is the ultimate.
10Graceling by Kristin Cashore— I think this book appeals to so many different types of readers. It’s not even strictly YA.