top ten tuesday

i decided to participate in the “top ten tuesday”, which is a weekly challenge hosted by the broke and the bookish. right now, the challenge is on a break, so i thought, i would do one of the old topics, so you could get to know me and my taste in books a little bit better. the topic for this week will be:

 

“top ten of my latest five star reads”

 

1.) “kids of appetite” by david arnold

KidsOfAppetite

this may come to no surprise to you, if you’ve read my other blog posts. i love this book so much. the writing, the characters, the story, the quotes. it’s just perfect! ❤ ❤ ❤

 

2.) “a man called ove” by fredrik backman

AManCalledOve

i laughed and i cried. this book put me through all the emotions that are possible. i love ove, i love the other characters and my heart broke a little after reading this wonderful book! ;-(

 

3.) “fangirl” by rainbow rowell

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i got this book in a book box and while reading it, i got to open presents. most of them were related to the book, so the experience was something special. but nonetheless, i loved this book so much. it is exactly what i like in ya-contemorarys. as a fangirl myself, it was a pleasure to be part of caths development. also, don’t get me started on levi. i love this guy. ❤

 

4.) “a darker shade of magic” by v.e. schwab

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i am not really a fantasy reader, but this book was hyped so much, that i wanted to give it a try. and oh boy. it was my first book by v.e. schwab and by now, i almost read all of them. i totally fell in love with her writing and i was fascinated by the world in this trilogy right from the start. also, bad boy kell was my man. i fell in love with him and lila bard is like one of the best female badasses i know. i really enjoyed everything about this book and the whole trilogy was just so good. 🙂

 

5.) “our dark duet” by v.e. schwab

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since i am already talking about v.e. schwab, i thought “our dark duet” fits perfectly in this list right now. i enjoyed “this savage song” very much. it was a little bit confusing for me in the beginning, but i started to love it very soon and i was so excited for the conclusion. and this one was perfect. i didn’t find anything that i didn’t like. i loved the development of the characters, i loved the new bad guy and the ending satisfied me perfectly. a wonderful duology, that i will always look back on with positive thoughts. ❤

 

6.) “geekerella” by ashley poston

geekerella

this book came at the right time for me. i was in a very big reading slump and i listened to this on audiobook. and. it. was. perfect. i laughed, i was happy, i cried, i was angry. i felt so many emotions but i enjoyed this so so so much! as a ya-contemporary lover this read was just perfect. again the fangirling, yay! give me more! 😀

 

7.) “the hate you give” by angie thomas

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i was afraid of this book, because it was hyped so much. i also knew, that it would be an emotional challenge for me because of the topic. i am not living in the US, so i don’t know much about this situation over there, but just reading about it, gave me the chills. i loved the writing of this book and the story broke my heart. i am so happy that i read it and in my opinion this book deserves all the hype it gets.

 

8.) “simon vs. the homo sapiens agenda” by becky albertalli

simon

i’ve heard a lot about this book before i read it and it had me intrigued. and in the end i loved everything about it. the story was so good and the characters went straight into my heart. i love simon and i love blue and i love the ending and everything in between. again, give me more! 😀

 

9.) “fuzzy nation” by john scalzi

FuzzyNation

since reading “the martian” by andy weir (which was one of my favorite books last year), i am in love with sci-fi books. i love getting lost in this world so far away. and since “the martian” was funny, i was searching for another sci-fi book that would make me laugh. i found “fuzzy nation” and when i heard, that wil wheaton is narrating it, i had to listen to the audiobook. and it was so worth it. this was such a fun ride. i loved the narration and the story was so cool. the little fuzzys were my highlight and jack holloway is such an asshole of a character, that i could not not love him 😀 yes, i have a heart for bad boys. this book made me laugh and cry and i really recommend it, if you like funny sci-fi books. but listen to it, because wil wheaton is doing an amazing job! 🙂

 

10.) “dark matter” by blake crouch

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last but not least we have a mystery/thriller on this list. i am a huge fan of a good mystery thriller and this book did everything right. since years i have this theory about parallel universes and this book just hit home. my thoughts put down into a story and it was so so so good. my mind was blown and i didn’t know what to think in the end. i enjoyed it so much and the conclusion of this book was really good. it’s a page turner and you need to know how it ends right from the start. and that makes a good mystery to me.

 

 

so, these were my top ten of my latest 5 star reads. i probably forgot some important ones, but i am happy with my choice. did you read any of these books and did you like them as much as i did? please let me know in the comments. 🙂

8 thoughts on “top ten tuesday”

  1. I think our reading tastes are crazy similar. Proof: I LOVE A Man Name Ove. I checked out Geekerella from the library yesterday. Fangirl and A Darker Shade of Magic are both on my list of books to read. And of course, as we’ve already discussed, Kids of Appetite is great. This is SO COOL!

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