Top Ten Books Released In The Last 10 Years

Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January 2018. It’s all about love of lists, love of literature and bringing bookish people together. 

This week’s list is a fun one! It’s all about our top releases over the last 10 years. I thought I’d start with the most recent and then get to older releases. It’ll be hard to pick just one from a year, but I’m excited to do this!

As ever, book images go to Goodreads!


Daisy Jones and The Six

Loved this book. I read it in April and promptly gave it 5 stars.


A Thousand Perfect Notes

I was highly anticipating this book and it was well worth the wait.


They Both Die at the End

Ooh. I was eagerly anticipating this book and it was SO good. One of those that I didn’t want to end, especially because we know the end… #titleisaspoiler


Highly Illogical Behavior

I’ve just realised that every book I’ve listed so far was a 5 star read for me. I absolutely loved this book which has mental health and the forefront.


Made You Up

Such a highly unique read! Again, mental health representation.


Prisoner of Night and Fog (Prisoner of Night and Fog, #1)

I thought this was an absolutely incredible read. If you’re a fan of WWII reads, then give this one a go!


Dangerous Girls

I can’t believe this book was released in 2013! It’s SO good.


Me Before You (Me Before You, #1)

Urgh, one of my favourite books! How was it released 7 years ago?!


Divergent (Divergent, #1)

I wasn’t overly satisfied with how this series ended but I thought the first book was a cracking read!



An excellent, if heart-breaking read!


Hate List

This is my only 4 star on this list! It was still an incredible read and I still think highly of it 10 years after its release.

I can’t wait to see other lists today. This is a fun topic. Feel free to leave me a link to your post and I’ll stop by! 🙂

52 thoughts on “Top Ten Books Released In The Last 10 Years

  1. STILL have to read Cait’s book (SO excited for her!), and someday I really want to read “Prisoner of Night and Fog.” It sounds endlessly fascinating, and I like that’s it’s a YA historical which is a genre I don’t see much of let alone read from. 🙂

  2. Ah Dangerous Girls, I loved that one. I went for a different 2013 release, but that one was definitely up there (though I read it in 2014)! Divergent, honestly I wasn’t really keen on any of the books in the series? Even the first book which is the one everyone seems to love, I found only so-so. A Thousand Perfect Notes I enjoyed, and Hate List too, I’ve not actually seen anyone else other than me mention that book on their blog before! Prisoner of Night and Fog and Made You Up are both on my TBR but I haven’t read them yet. Great list 🙂
    My TTT:

  3. At the time I read Divergent I thought it was awesome. Now, not so much and I think a lot of that stems from how the rest of the series went. I really need to read Daisy Jones and the Six though.

  4. What a great list! Daisy Jones was a big 5-star read for me this year too — but I started my TTT with 2018, so it wasn’t included. 😦 I did love Me Before You as well, and Room too!

  5. I thought of AtPN for 2018, too, but ultimately chose something else! Have you read The Boy Who Steals Houses yet? I’ve finally got my copy, but I haven’t had the chance to pick it up. I want to read They Both Die at the End, too. Even though … you know … they do.

    Here’s my TTT post.

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