Top Ten Tuesday was started by The Broke and the Bookish. Every Tuesday there’s a different topic. This week’s topic is Top Ten rewind, so doing a tropic we missed. I chose to do Top Ten Debuts, limiting it within the last year or so(2015-2016).
10. The Wrong Side of Right – Jenn Marie Thorne. This one had a lot of mixed reviews but I fell in love with the plot, characters, and the Aaron Sorkin-like dialogue.
9. None of the Above – I.W. Gregorio. A very powerful and important story.
8. What We Saw – Aaron Hartzler. This one was disturbing in a lot of ways. The idea that people out there would find what happened to the girl in this book funny…
7. The Girl Who Fell – S.M. Parker. The ease in which the boy manipulates the girl into doing things she’s uncomfortable with and how it escalates was unnerving.
6. The Symptoms of Being Human – Jeff Garvin. Another important topic in the spectrum of sexuality. I love seeing books exploring these subjects and giving people a voice.
5. The Thousandth Floor – Katharine McGee. I wasn’t too sure going into this one but it completely drew me in and it had that Gossip Girl, rich kids problems, can’t stop reading, quality to it.
4. Summer of Sloane – Erin L Schneider. A great book for the summer or just wanting something light.
3. Red Queen – Victoria Aveyard. I read an ARC, loved it, then it seemed to take forever for my friends to read it. I just wanted to talk about it!
2. My Heart and Other Black Holes – Jasmine Warga. This book affected me so much. It’s been over a year and I’m still feeling it.
1. The Crown’s Game – Evelyn Skye. This one is my pick for favourite of the year so far. Another one where I read the ARC and had to wait for people to talk about it.