Top Ten Books I Read In One Day
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. Everyone join as you please. This week’s topic is: Top Ten Books I Read in One Day
This weeks theme is all about reading in one sitting or along those lines. And to tell you the truth, I do this a lot. I am a relatively fast reader and I can knock out books in a couple of hours. Sometimes I do take a break, but it’s pretty normal for me to start and finish a book in a day. If it’s a contemporary and I have nothing else to do, it’s going to be read in a day.
Lady Midnight by Cassandra Clare: Now I wouldn’t normally read a 600+ page book in a day, however, I was at home recovering from my wisdom teeth operation and before I knew it. I had finished the book. Cassandra Clare brings the magic of the shadow world into a new light, in a gripping first novel of a new series, Lady Midnight is dark, fun and full of ups and down, it is going to rip your heart apart | Full Review
This Beats Perfect by Rebecca Denton: Earlier this year I went on a cruise, and for one of those days, I just sat by the pool and just read it all day. It’s the perfect book to sit and enjoy. This Beats Perfect is fun, addicting and put a smile on my face. It explores the notions of finding yourself, loving what you do and finding those who will stand by you. It’s about family, friendship and those you love | Full Review
A Thousand Letters by Staci Hart: When I get immersed in a novel, it’s hard for me to get out, and this is what happened with A Thousand Letters. Overall, It’s a heartbreaking read and will leave you an emotional wreck. It’s about family, friends and second chances. It’s about forgiveness, letting go and falling in love | Full Review
The Deal Series by Elle Kennedy: If it’s new adult and contemporary – a one day read is high in odds. I loved reading these books. Ice hockey, fun and a little heartbreaking at times.
Vigilante by Kady Cross: I started this on the way to uni and by that night I had finished it. Vigilante explores the notion of rape culture, grief, family, friend, and love. It’s honest, heartbreaking, empowering and confronting, but a must-read | Full Review Coming Soon
The Secret Science of Magic by Melissa Keil: So I was lucky enough to read this while at my internship and I spent the whole day reading it and falling in love. It’s fun, crazy and put a smile on my face. But, it’s also heartbreaking.
The Winner’s Kiss by Marie Rutkoski: I couldn’t help myself. I needed to know how it was going to end. What was going to happen? 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 | Full Review
Ruined by Amy Tintera: This book was addicting. I didn’t want it to end, but I wanted to know how it would end. Ruined explores what people would do for revenge, how our thoughts are created by our surroundings and how our feelings can change for people you think that you hate. It was a brilliant, high fantasy and I am ecstatic to read more | Full Review
Disruption by Jessica Shirvington: I don’t know why I put off reading this for so long. Because it was so good. With enthralling characters, an engrossing world and a plot that just keeps you right there in the action Disruption is a must read for everyone that loves YA and beyond | Full Review.
This Is What Goodbye Looks Like by Oliva Rivers: Another contemporary that I couldn’t stop reading. It’s a beautiful story about grief, family, love, forgiveness and doing what is right.
And that is it for this week! Do you read books in a sitting or in one day? Nevertheless, have you read any of these books in one day? However, have you never read a book in a day? Let’s Chat!