Ten Books To Read If You Like THESE Super Popular Books/Authors

Top Ten Tuesday, as  always, is hosted at my other blog — The Broke & the Bookish

This week’s topic: Top Ten Books To Read If You Like These Popular Books/Authors

I decided to do 10 different books/authors rather than a list for just one book or author!



1. If you like The Fault In Our Stars by John Green….


The Fault In our Stars

Read Extraordinary Means by Robin Schneider


Extraordinary Means Robyn Schneider

I think writing style-wise and plot it makes a great readalike but Extraordinary Means is SO different than it plus I love that it feels like contemporary but it’s not. I wasn’t as much of an emotional basketcase with EM as I was The Fault In Our Stars so there’s that!


2. If you like The Throne of Glass series….


Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas


Read Finnikin of the Rock by Melina Marchetta

Finnikin of the Rock

One of the most underrated fantasy series everrrrr! It’s a little more like the pacing of Heir of Fire and Queen of Shadows and it doesn’t have quite the romance of Throne of Glass series but if you love great storytelling, kickass females and just epicness….GET ON IT. Definitely my favorite completed fantasy series! I feel for these characters just how I feel for Sarah’s cast of characters — just so in love and PROUD of them. You will root for them as they try to take back their kingdom.

3. If you like Sarah Dessen’s books, read Jessi Kirby’s books:



I think Jessi’s books have that same feel of being a ~Sarah Dessen~ book but definitely are their own. Recommend all 4 that she has out — Golden, Moonglass, In Honor and Things We Know By Heart!

4. If you like Divergent…


Read Pawn by Aimee Carter:

Pawn Aimee Carter cover and review

I haven’t really been reading much dystopian these days but I liked this one alot and think fans of Divergent would totally dig it! I haven’t read the second installment of either series coincidentally enough so can’t speak for the rest of the series. Definitely a page-turner if you are craving a dystopian!

5. If you liked Gone Girl

Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn

read Dangerous Girls by Abigail Haas:

Dangerous Girls by Abigail Haas

Sure, Gone Girl is adult and Dangerous Girls is YA but a good thriller is a good thriller, yeah? I liked the guessing game and the page-turning qualities of both!


6. If you like Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell

Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell

read Not After Everything by Michelle Levy:

Not After Everything Michelle Levy

Here’s the thing, this was such a hard one to come up with a readalike for that I felt lived up to this book. It’s one of my favorites so clearly it hit high marks for things that I love. I think Not After Everything is a ~good~ readalike for it but the writing and everything was just MORE solid for me in E&P if I’m being completely honest. That being said, I think there are things that make it a great readalike if you are reading about two teens who have their own hard stuff going on and find solace in each other. The sadness and intensity I felt about Eleanor’s home situation is how I felt about this main character’s. HEART HURT.

7. If you like Landline by Rainbow Rowell

Landline Rainbow Rowell

read After I Do by Taylor Jenkins Reid & The Status of All Things by Liz Fenton

After I Do by Taylor Jenkins ReidThe Status Of All Things










I couldn’t choose which one to pick for this one! After I Do is my FAVORITE book out of these 3. It touches on some of the same things Landline does but in a different way re: marriage but I thought what I got out of it was even more profound than Landline which I loved. The Status of All Things also touched on marriage in the same vein of having a ~supernatural~ way of doing things over to repair your relationship/do it over.

8. If you like Wild by Cheryl Strayed



read Happiness For Beginners by Katherine Center


Happiness For Beginners

Happiness For Beginners is not as intense or tough as Wild and obviously it’s fiction as opposed to a memoir but facing a tough wilderness adventure + finding yourself…it’s a good readalike!

9. If you like If I Stay by Gayle Forman


If I Stay by Gayle Forman

read either The Book of Broken Hearts by Sarah Ockler or The Last Time We Say Goodbye by Cynthia Hand:


The book of broken hearts by sarah ocklerThe Last Time We Say Goodbye by Cynthia Hand









I could have picked a couple of good readalikes for If I Stay but I think these two are solid!


10. If you like John Green in general….read Let’s Get Lost by Adi Alsaid & All The Bright Places by Jennifer Niven

Let's Get Los Adi AlsaidAll The Bright Places









I don’t have a specific reason why…I just read both of these and and I thought “huh I think John Green fans would totally like this” but also you can totally like it if you DON’T like his books.


So tell me…do you have any recs for these popular books/authors??

Ten Books On My Fall To-Be-Read List

Top Ten Tuesday, as  always, is hosted at my other blog — The Broke & the Bookish

This week’s topic: Top Ten Books On My Fall TBR List

Really really going to try hard to stick to this list!!! But being a mood reader sometimes makes that difficult.


1.City of Thieves by David Benioff: This has been on my TBR for a long time and I need to get to it. Plus I always seem to crave historical fiction in the Fall for some reason?? I don’t even know why!

2. The Rose Society by Marie Lu: I’ve been dying for this sequel because The Young Elites was SO amazing and THAT ENDING. Highly recommend

3. A Madness So Discreet by Mindy McGinnis: The vibe this book gives off just screams FALL. Historical thriller + insane asylum setting? YEAH.

4. Rules For A 50/50 Chance by Kate McGovern: It wouldn’t be a Jamie TBR if there wasn’t an emotional contemporary YA on it right??

5. These Vicious Masks by Tarun Shanker & Kelly Zekas: “Jane Austen meets X-Men in this gripping and adventure-filled paranormal romance set in Victorian London.” YEAH.

6. The Death and Life of Zebulon Finch by Daniel Kraus: This one showed up unsolicited in the mail and I’m SO GLAD IT DID because I had never heard of it and it sounds AMAZING. Planning on reading this in October because it seems like the perfect Halloween read that isn’t super scary or anything.

7. The Dead House by Dawn Kurtagich: This sounds pretty creepy! Love having a creepy read or two in the Fall!

8. More Happy Than Not by Adam Silvera: I’ve been meaning to read this since the day it came out. Love Adam as a person and have heard nothing but phenomenal things!

9. The Darkest Minds by Alexandra Bracken: Been meaning to start this fantasy series!!

10. Walk On Earth A Stranger by Rae Carson: GOLD RUSH WILD WEST SO THERE FOR THIS.

So tell me…have you read any of these? Tell me what you think my NUMBER ONE priority should be from this list??

Ten Quotes I’ve Loved From Books I’ve Read So Far This Year

Top Ten Tuesday, as  always, is hosted at my other blog — The Broke & the Bookish

This week’s topic: Top Ten Freebie — Top Ten Quotes From Books I’ve Read So Far In 2015

(If you are a quote fiend like I am check out my top ten inspiring quotes from books)

I decided for this top ten tuesday freebie week I’d talk about some of the great quotes I’ve saved from books I’ve read this year!





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Ten Series I Need To Finish

Top Ten Tuesday, as  always, is hosted at my other blog — The Broke & the Bookish

This week’s topic: Ten Series I Still Need To Finish (Where the Books Are Already All Out)

We all know I suck at finishing series (no matter HOW much I’m loving series). I even tried an operation SUCK LESS AT SERIES and I’ve had minimal success. I still just feel like there are sooo many loose ends in my life because I’m awful at finishing them. I should totally just go on a series binge but it’s been awhile.


1. Vampire Academy series by Richelle Mead: I’ve read the first two picks and really enjoy it but need to get my butt moving.
3.  Divergent series by Veronica Roth: I’ve only read Divergent! So torn on if I should finish — some people say don’t bother and others say YOU MUST.
4. The Mortal Instrument series by Cassandra Clare: I thought the first book was just okay but I haven’t been super motivated to move on.
5. The Grisha series by Leigh Bardugo: I really loved Shadow & Bone and just really need to get my crap together to finish.
6. The Madman’s Daughter series by Megan Shepard:I really loved the first book but got nervous because mixed reviews for the next one.
7. Fire & Thorns series by Rae Carson: I really liked the first book but I don’t know why I never got around to reading the next two.
8. The Fury Trilogy by Elizabeth Miles: I loved the first two books and was SO excited for book 3 but never got around to getting it!
9.  The Legend series by Marie Lu: I freaking loved Legend and Prodigy but was so scared to move on to Champion!!

10. The Chemical Garden series by Lauren DeStefano: Again..super loved the first two books but then got scared to move to the last.

So tell me…what series do you still need to finish?? Are you good at finishing series promptly or are you like me??

Aussie YA 101

Top Ten Tuesday, as  always, is hosted at my other blog — The Broke & the Bookish

This week’s topic: Top Ten Books I’d Put On My Aussie YA 101 Syllabus (should someone entrust me to teach them anything)

I don’t know what it is about Aussie YA but they are some of my FAVORITE books in existence. They have some of the best and most unique things I’ve read plus I always feel like their characterizations are just THE BEST EVER. I can’t even tell you.

So if you are wanting to dip your toes in the Aussie YA waters…here are some of my favorites as of right now that I’d put on my “syllabus” if I were teaching an Aussie YA class.  Basically this class could be just Marchetta and Marchetta alone but I DO super love other Aussie books!

Australian fiction YA

All the Melina Marchetta contemporaries: Seriously, her books are some of my ALL TIME FAVORITES — Saving Francesca, The Piper’s Son and Jellicoe Road. (I have not read Looking For Alibrandi yet but I have no doubt it is amazing).

The Lumatere Chronicles by Melina Marchetta: As of right now this is my all time favorite fantasy series that is finished! Melina Marchetta is just my queen. (my series review)

Graffiti Moon by Cath Crowley: Ah I loved this book so much! From my review:Graffiti Moon is one of those that hit me over the head and yet subtly invaded my heart all at the same time with its dazzling prose,  heartwarming (and at times heartbreaking) story of love in its many forms and a strong visual sense of the adventure they are having all across the city in a single night.”

Raw Blue by Kirsty Eager: Oh this book. MY HEART. Also the beach setting and the surfing. YAS. (My review of Raw Blue)

The Book Thief by Markus Zusak: One of the best books I’ve ever read!

I Am The Messenger by Markus Zusak: His lesser known book when compared to The Book Thief but I loved Ed Kennedy and this story! (My review of I Am the Messenger)

Girl Defective by Simmone Howell: This one just got published her last year and I really enjoyed it. It was a quirky read that I adored! I need to read Simmone’s other books because all my Aussie friends love them. (my review of Girl Defective)
Wildlife by Fiona Wood: Another Aussie book I had been wanting and finally got published here! LOVED this one so much and the outdoorsy setting! Can’t wait to read the companion novel to it (that weirdly was published FIRST in Australia…but this one was published first here and Six Impossible Things is being published soon). — My review of Wildlife

Love & Other Perishable Items by Laura Buzo (also loved her book Good Oil aka Holier Than Thou): If you need a pretty strong plot, I’d skip this one. But oh man did I love this one. Such a great character driven book that made me FEEL SO MANY THINGS. (my review of Love & Other Perishable Items)

A Corner of White by Jaclyn Moriarty: This is such a offbeat, quirky fantasy novel and I really enjoyed it. I’ve heard AMAZING things about her other books which I think she is MORE known for than this one.


So tell me…what Aussie books MUST I read?? What books have you read from this list??

Ten Authors On My Auto-Buy List

Top Ten Tuesday, as  always, is hosted at my other blog — The Broke & the Bookish

This week’s topic: Ten Auto-Buy Authors


Auto-buy is a big deal for me. I’m pretty particular about what I buy so an author really has to make an impression on me for me to give the auto-buy title. A lot of my book budget goes to buying books I deem as favorites and would reread (having read them as ARCs) and not really buying books at random. It’s either — I already know I loved the book and want to own a copy or already know I love the author/is a favorite which is basically my auto-buy list.  (You can check out my list from 2013).



1. Jandy Nelson: I freaking loved The Sky Is Everywhere when I read it a couple years ago (like favorites) and then last year she came out with one of my all time favorite books I’ll Give You The Sun and she locked down her spot as aut0-buy author. Two of the best books I’ve ever read — especially I’ll Give You The Sun. I’m always sad that she doesn’t have more books or there is such time in between her new books but LISTEN…for the brilliance she creates…I WILL WAIT.
2. Sarah J. Maas: After the first 3 Throne of Glass books I knew that Sarah would be auto-buy and even put that into practice when A Court of Thorns & Roses came out because I NEVER READ FAERY BOOKS BUT OH SHE MADE THE FAE WORK FOR ME. Will buy anything she writes because it’s all so brilliant and feelsy and romantic and OH MY GOD HER WORLDBUILDING.

3. Susan Dennard: I really loved her first series and just her in general so I already knew I’d buy anything she wrote but after I read Truthwitch I might as well just pre-order every book she writes from here on out. Just forward paychecks to that fund.

4. Melina Marchetta: THIS WOMAN IS ONE OF MY ALL TIME FAVORITE AUTHORS EVER. From her amazing contemporary to her incredible fantasy series…literally don’t care what genre or what it’s about..I will buy it. (My thoughts on: Lumatere Chronicles, Jellicoe Road, Saving Francesca, The Piper’s Son)
5. Rainbow Rowell: Yep, anything. Anything at all. In love with her books…no question that I’ll buy whenever I hear a new Rowell is coming out. (My thoughts on: Fangirl, Landline & Eleanor and Park)
6. Sarah Dessen: I’m new to the Sarah Dessen bandwagon. I had read one or two of hers but this year I’ve binged quite a few and I’m just LOVING everything she writes in different ways. I will now be one of her loyal fans running out to buy her latest! (I haven’t reviewed a lot of hers that I’ve read but check out my thoughts on Saint Anything)

7. Emery Lord: After two books Emery has definitely earned a spot on my auto-buy list. She is writing some of the BEST new (and my most recommended) contemporary books! (My thoughts on Open Road Summer and The Start Of Me & You)
8. Corey Ann Haydu: I’ve only read 2 of Corey’s books but she is writing the kind of complex and emotional YA I love and I know I will always auto-buy her books because they are they type of books I want to reread over again because there is much to be gleaned a second time! (Check out my thoughts on Life By Committee and Making Pretty!)
9. Katie Cotugno: I super loved How To Love when it came out and then I just read her latest 99 Days this year and I’m just in love with how she writes! She is the QUEEN of writing really messy and complicated things well. I’m so eager for her to put out another book!!

10. Courtney Summers: COURTNEY SUMMERS. I don’t even know where to begin. She writes really tough stuff with such emotional depth and with so many layers. I’m in awe of her ability to explore the female experience with such intricacy and depth. Her books are thought-provoking &  smart & are always so raw and unapologetic. seriously don’t get why she’s not even more popular than she is but sign me up for any and all future novels! (my thoughts on All the Rage and Some Girls Are)

So tell me…who is on YOUR auto-buy list??

My Most Read Authors

Top Ten Tuesday, as  always, is hosted at my other blog — The Broke & the Bookish

This week’s topic: Top Ten Authors You’ve Read The Most Books From

I’ve talked about this a little bit before, but like when I did my A to Z survey, this topic made me realize that I read all over the map. As I’ve said before, I read like I’m at a buffet. I sample this author and that author it seems and thus even the authors I’ve read the “most” from aren’t even that big of a number. Before I blogged I would find an author and read all their books because I didn’t have/wasn’t aware of all that was out there like I am now. I think NOW I’m reading a lot of debut authors and authors who are newer in YA and don’t have a huge backlist yet. So I’m loyal to authors but they just don’t have a huge backlist yet.

Another note, this list is just from when I started Goodreads in 2008 because it’s the only record I have of what I’ve read. If we counted stuff I read as a child and teen then RL Stine and Carolyn Keene (Nancy Drew author) would definitely be my top of the top. I read like everything of theirs.


1. Gayle Forman: This probably surprises nobody that I’ve read all Gayle’s books!

2. Megan McCafferty: This would be because I’ve read all her Jessica Darling books and her book Bumped. I still need to read her Jessica Darling prequel books!

3. Melina Marchetta: I’ve read all of Melina’s books except for Looking For Alibrandi. Her books are all in my ALL TIME FAVES category.

4. John Green: Read all his books! Even the ones he’s co-wrote with people!

5. Judy Blume: What a classic! Loved her books as a kid and love her now!

6. Sarah Dessen: I’ve read a lot less Sarah Dessen novels than most people but I’m working my way through them. So far I’ve read: Saint Anything, Someone Like You, Lock & Key, This Lullaby & Just Listen.

7. Sarah Ockler: I really like her books for the most part. Really enjoyed Twenty Boy Summer, The Book of Broken Hearts and The Summer of Chasing Mermaids. Did not care for #scandal but I know Sarah Ockler fans who totally did.

8. Jessi Kirby: LOVE Jessi Kirby’s books! I’ve read all her books to date! (Golden, In Honor, Moonglass, Things We Know By Heart).

9. Sarah J. Maas: I’ve read the Throne of Glass series and her first book in her new series. CANNOT WAIT UNTIL Queen of Shadows on September 1st!!!!

10. Morgan Matson: I’ve read all of Morgan’s books that she has out! Still need to read her books under Katie Finn though!



So tell me…who are some of your most read authors of all time??

Ten Diverse Books I Love

Top Ten Tuesday, as  always, is hosted at my other blog — The Broke & the Bookish

This week’s topic: Ten Diverse Books I Love

I think one of the biggest things I’ve gained from joining this online book community is a better perspective and awareness of my privilege as a straight white woman from the middle class. Before I joined I had no idea, as I was reading and finding myself in almost everything I read, that non-white kids and teens were reading lots and lots of books where who THEY were wasn’t reflected anywhere — maybe a side character but rarely ever the main character. It’s so easy for me to pick up a book that features a white female and I never knew how much I took that forgranted. It made me so sad that young people who weren’t white or straight would have such a hard time finding literature that reflected who they are. Sure, they can relate to the things happening on the page but why should it be so hard for them to find a black or lesbian or disabled main character? The world is so diverse! There are a lot of reasons this is the way it is and I highly recommend checking out We Need Diverse Books — an organization dedicated to diversity in publishing along with educating and advocacy.

At the end of the day I want a good book. But I also found that I’ve been trying to also make it a point to seek out books that are good AND are written by/feature a marginalized person. I want publishing to know that YES WE WILL READ THIS. THESE STORIES ARE IMPORTANT TOO.

So here are some books I’ve really enjoyed that feature diverse main characters:
(diversity for me: POC, Quiltbag, religious minorities, cultural, disabled, socio-economically)


Written in the Stars by Aisha Saeed: I could not put this down at all! The main character is an American Pakistani. Part of culture is arranged marriage but she’s secretly had a boyfriend who is a family friend. Her parents find out, are beyond furious and take a family trip to Pakistan that ends up being more than just a family vacation. I loved how it explored arranged marriages and I definitely learned a lot/squashed some per-conceived notions I had about arranged marriages. (My review)

Boy In the Black Suit by Jason Reynolds: I loved this book so much! The main character is a black teen living in Brooklyn and his story resonated so much with me. He is grieving the loss of his mother and it’s just such a beautiful, quiet novel. I dog-eared so many pages! (My review)

None of the Above by I.W. Gregorio: This book made me cry along with teaching me what intersex is. I honestly didn’t quite know what it was and learned right alongside of the main character, a teen girl, who finds out that she is intersex. It was so hard to watch her struggle with this new part of her identity and all the crap she got from people at school who were so, so cruel and misinformed. (my review)

Under A Painted Sky by Stacey Lee: OH MAN. OREGON TRAIL. I loved this historical fiction novel featuring a Chinese girl (two things that make life hard for her here in 1849 in Missouri and seemingly impossible on their journey) and a runaway slave. (my review)

Far From You by Tess Sharpe: I couldn’t put this one down! A great mystery! Great writing & character development! A bixsexual main character! (my review)

The Running Dream by Wendelin Van Draanen: The main character, previously a runner, loses her leg in an accident and adjusts to life as an amputee. This one was a happy feeling inspirational kind of book even though you felt how hard it was for her. There was another main character, Rosa, who was my favorite. She had cerebral palsy and she teaches the main character a lot about not just seeing someone’s disability but seeing them in addition to being an amazing friend. (my review)

Like No Other by Una LaMarche: This was the first time I’ve ever read about a person who is a Hasidic Jew in YA lit. I really enjoyed learning about a sect of religion I didn’t know anything about. Not to mention this love story, a forbidden one, was just so easy to get tangled up in. It was so complicated and I loved the end and GAH it was just so good!!  (my review)

Lies We Tell Ourselves by Robin Talley: This is another historical fiction novel! It was so heart-wrenching. It’s set during the 60’s when the Civil Rights Movement was happening and it follows two girls — one who is being integrated into this previously all white school along with a handful of other black students, and one who is white and doesn’t want this integration to happen. I loved how two people who are pit up against each other SEE each other as humans plus there is a romance involved that definitely wouldn’t have been approved by the majority for two reasons. Such a powerful read! (my review)

Made You Up by Francesca Zappia: Made You Up was an interesting book as it is from the perspective from a character who has schizophrenia and so it makes it had, as a reader, to know what is real and not real as the main character struggles with it. (my review)

Simon Vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli: One of my favorite books I read last year!!! It’s so delightful and wonderful and GAHHH HEART EYES FOREVER. The main character, Simon, is gay and hasn’t come out yet and has this email relationship with growing feelings with a boy who goes to his school but they have remained anonymous behind their screennames. There is black mail and great friendship dynamics and the romances is the CUTEST EVER.  Plus Simon has some really poignant and funny thoughts about the whole idea of coming out. (my review)


So tell me…what are some books featuring diverse characters that you’ve loved recently? Always looking for good recs!

Ten Books I’ve Recently Acquired

Top Ten Tuesday, as  always, is hosted at my other blog — The Broke & the Bookish

This week’s topic: Top Ten Books That I’ve Recently Acquired/Last Come Into My Posession

So fun timing because a BUNCH of books came in for me at the library before I lift on my trip to Michigan to see my friend Tara get married and then some books came for me while I was away!

Book haul

 The Revenge Playbook by Rachael Allen: A finished copy from Harper showed up for me! I was already planning on reading my ARC and am really excited about this one as I really liked her debut novel!

A Sense of the Infinite by Hilary T. Smith: Another finished copy from Harper. I’ve actually read this one and enjoyed it so I’m happy to have a copy to go next to my copy of her debut novel Wild Awake!

God-Shaped Hole by Tiffanie DeBartolo: My friends Estelle and Ginger have RAVED about this one and I have pretty similar taste to them sooo YEAH finally got this one via the library since it’s been YEARS since they’ve been telling me to read it.

Frostbite by Richelle Mead: I really am trying to finish series this year so I’m going to keep going with the Vampire Academy series! Thankfully my library has them all!

Storm’s Siren by Mary Weber: This one randomly showed up here! Definitely going to give it a try when I’m feeling something paranormal/fantasy which is what this seems like.

Storm’s Fury by Mary Weber: The sequel, which just came out last month, came with Storm’s Siren!

Of Metal & Wishes by Sarah Fine: This one and its sequel below came in a package from Simon & Schuster while I was away! It looks interesting!

Of Dreams & Rust by Sarah Fine:  ^^^

Happiness For Beginners by Katherine Center: This is another Estelle rec that came in from the library!

Yes Please by Amy Poehler: So excited to read this one. Again, came in from the library!



So tell me…have you read any of these?? Which should I read first?

Ten Hyped Books I’ve Never Read

Top Ten Tuesday, as  always, is hosted at my other blog — The Broke & the Bookish

This week’s topic: Top Ten Hyped Books I’ve Never Read

 Being immersed in a bookish community such as this online one that I find myself in there is the tendency for books to get super hyped up here and then sometimes even outside our little bubble. There are a lot of hyped books I plan on reading but just haven’t yet. LET ME KNOW IF YOU THINK THEY ARE WORTH THE HYPE. Here are 10 I haven’t read yet!






The Wrath & the Dawn: This one is a new release but I’ve seen a lot of buzz for it before it was even released and even since then I’ve heard a lot of “favorite book of 2015” declarations. I own it and plan on reading it!

The Girl on the Train: This one is one of those books I first heard hyped in the adult fiction book community and then it spread and now I’m even seeing it on my personal Facebook mentioned by people I didn’t even know read books most recently a girl I went to high school with and haven’t spoken to in like 10 years.

Red Queen: OMG THIS ONE HAD SO MUCH HYPE AND BUZZ EVEN BEFORE IT CAME OUT. I wanted to read it at first but after hearing from some people whose opinions I trust I’m not sure it’s high on my to-do list right now. It’s a maybe.

Dorothy Must Die: Oh man, sooo much hype for this one. Harper was pushing it so hard last year and it seemed to be loved by a lot of people. The package the ARC came in was really cool though. That’s always how I can tell a book is going to be the “one” of the season.

A Darker Shade of Magic: This is a newer release but OH MAN were bloggers going nuts for this one! And I’ve literally only heard good things. I definitely plan on reading it soon!

Insurgent: I know I know. I haven’t read book 2 of this super hyped series. One day maybe.

The Night Circus: This is one of those again that it seems like even my random Facebook friends have even read. I feel like I’m always so behind on the ones that become huge deals outside of this community!  Definitely plan on reading it though!

Me Before You: ALL THE HYPE FOR THIS ONE. Even a lot of YA bloggers who don’t read a lot of adult fiction read this one and it’s all praises for it. Plan on rectifying that soon!

The Dream Thieves: I KNOW I KNOW I KNOW. I loved The Raven Boys but I just am awful with series especially when they are hyped and I am behind. Planning on binging Blue Lily Lily Blue along with this one soon!

The Selection: This series has taken the world by storm and is definitely one of the most hyped series in recent years. I’m not sure if it’s my thing but it looks really fun!

So tell me…what hyped books have YOU not read? Which of these do you think is worth the hype??

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