7 Of My Most Recent 5 Star Reads
Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish. Each week they post a new Top Ten list that members at The Broke and the Bookish will answer. All bloggers are then welcomed to join. This week’s Top Ten Tuesday is: 7 Of My Most Recent 5 Star Reads
Okay, so not all of these are 5 stars, but if they have come very close.
Salt to the Sea by Ruta Sepetys: One of my favourite books of the year. Beautiful, captivating, extraordinary. Salt to the Sea is a gorgeous novel that brings to light a catastrophe that seems to be forgotten. With stunning writing and intriguing characters Ruta Sepetys brings a novel that tells a story that everyone needs to read. | Review
The Winner’s Kiss by Marie Rutkoski: A beautiful way to end the series. The Winner’s Kiss is about love, betrayal, friendship and what would people do to do for their empire. The Winner’s Kiss takes you on a journey like no other, it captures your heart, but wreaks your emotions, and it will break you and put you together over and over again until the last page. | Review
Walk the Edge by Katie McGarry: A steamy romance, dark issues, sweet love and protagonists that pulls you right in. Walk the Edge by Katie MaGarry is a brilliant second novel in the Thunder Road series that is for lovers of YA Contemporary and anyone else who loves romance in dark times| Review
Lady Midnight by Cassandra Clare: Clare’s best yet. Cassandra Clare brings the magic of the shadow world into a new light, in a gripping first novel of a series, Lady Midnight is dark, fun and full of ups and down, it is going to rip your heart apart.| Review
The Darkest Corners by Kata Thomas: The Darkest Corners is mind-blowing, heartbreaking and shows us that family is not always family, not matter what you believe | Review coming soon.
Winter by Marissa Meyer: What an amazing way to finish off the series. it was full of adventure, heartbreaking moments, beautiful moments that had me grinning ear to ear. Winter has all the characters that we all know and love and brings in some new ones; some we hate and some that we might just like. I adored Winter, it was just so beautiful.
The Things I Didn’t Say by Kylie Fornasier: A gorgeous novel that breaks you down. It pulls at your heart and slowly rips it. With beautiful writing and a slowburning romance that starts off quick, but takes it’s time. | Full Review Soon
What are some of your recent 5 Star reads? Do we share any? Let’s Chat!