Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by the wonderful The Broke and The Bookish. Each week they come up with a list for us bloggers to complete. I’m really excited about this week’s list, which is the top ten books we’d recommend to a certain person. I decided to recommend books to my sister.
My sister is one of my favourite people in the world. We’re incredibly similar. I thank her for my love of books. I can’t remember how many times she used to read to me when I was younger. Even now, our favourite thing to do together is to read. She’s got me to read certain books and vice versa. I know her TBR list is HUGE but here are ten books that she should BUMP up her TBR list.
(By the way, you can visit my sister’s book blog here: BIBLIOBETH)
Click on the book image to get to the Goodread’s page!
Undone– Cat Clarke– I’ve made Beth read Entangled and Torn by Cat Clarke before. Undone was my favourite out of her books so far, so I want her to read this as soon as possible!
Dangerous Girls– Abigail Haas– I still can’t work out whether this book had a genius ending or just plain annoying, so I really need to discuss it with Beth!
Songs of Willow Frost– Jamie Ford– I always recommend Jamie Ford’s books where I can and this book certainly needs to be read soon!
Stay Where You Are And Then Leave– John Boyne– I like to recommend John Boyne where I can as well, and this book is a brilliant read.
The Host– Stephenie Meyer– I actually preferred The Host to the Twilight saga. I think Beth would enjoy it!
Shadows On The Moon– Zoe Marriott– I think Beth would really enjoy this book. It’s beautifully written.
The Time Between- Karen White– I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. I think Beth would like Karen White’s writing style.
Heart-Shaped Bruise– Tanya Byrne- Another one I need to discuss with Beth. A protagonist that does awful things, but you can’t help but like…
My Sister Lives On The Mantelpiece– Annabel Pitcher– I know Beth has this book, as I read it before she did. I can’t help but love this book though, so she should definitely bump it up her list.
Cruel Summer– James Dawson– I loved this book. I was a fan of Point Horror when I was younger, and so was Beth. In fact, I think it was her that got me into them. James Dawson’s Cruel Summer reminds me of a Point Horror classic, so I think she’d love it!
Have you read any of my choices for Beth? Are you intrigued by any of them? Please feel free to link me to your Top Ten lists. I have a feeling I’ll be adding many books to my TBR pile this week…