Hi! My Top Three books for the year aren’t going to be in any particular order, and I will probably be mentally replacing some of them within seconds of posting this, but then, we all know that I can’t choose between my books! Here we go:
-Steel by Carrie Vaughn
-Narnia by CS Lewis
-Skullduggery Pleasant (the first one) by Derek Landy
Now I need to add a fourth book that might be one of my favourites of all time (well, the series really), but I have no words for it, so I can’t review it. The series is The Gallagher Girls by Ally Carter. It grew up with its audience, so the first book or two are a little bit young, but they are so good.
Hello! I am going to pick the top three books that I read in 2014 (that I reviewed), which is going to be difficult, but I will try, and I will succeed. Somehow.
My first book that really stands out to me is one that I just posted the review for about 25 seconds ago. Not because I just read it and reviewed it, but because it is so good. And that book is:
-The Help, by Kathryn Stockett.
I promise I won’t write a mini review on each book, otherwise I will probably keep you here all day.
-Elizabeth is Missing, by Emma Healey.
Alright, I lied, but I’ll keep it brisk. I was never good at keeping promises like those anyways. This book had a unique perspective that I had never read before. I bugged my mom to read it for half a year straight (I am not kidding) and when she read it she agreed with me that it was really good.
-the Flavia de Luce series by Alan Bradley.
As Elizabeth said earlier, I have no words for this one. I reviewed it, and that is probably all that you will ever get from me on this series that is not blubbering geek-out nonsense, because I like this series a lot. My sister says that Flavia is annoying, but I say that she is special. (Haters gonna hate.)
Well, that is all for this post!
Have a good start to your New Year, and Stay Addicted!
-Elizabeth and Jason