Top 10 Books I’ve Read in 2011
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Today I’ll be sharing my top reads of this year. Feel free to share your favourite reads below!
As always, the covers link to Goodreads.
Publisher: Orion, 294 pages (November 1st 2011)
Publisher: Random House, 176 pages (July 12th 2011)
My first graphic novel ever, but as all of Kim Harrison’s Rachel Morgan books I just tore through it. And now I want to read more graphic novels!
Publisher: Simon Pulse, 273 pages (February 22nd 2011)
Publisher: Signet, 416 pages (April 11th 2007)
I never expected to like paranormal romance this much, but the Black Dagger Brotherhood made me love them instantly. I especially love that the heroines are just as strong as the heroes.
Publisher: Harcourt, 293 pages (March 7th 2011)
Publisher: Delacorte Press, 382 pages (October 31th 2006)
I was very surprised by this one. But I only loved The Hunger Games. I liked Catching Fire, and hated Mockingjay with my guts. Still, The Hunger Games is one of my favourite reads this year.
You can also read my review for the first book in the series, Rampant.
I have been a fan of Emilie Autumn’s music for years, so when the second edition of her book came out with signed book plate I instantly ordered it. Part autobiography, part fiction this is one of the best books I ever read. If you want to know what it’s like to be in an actual mental hospital, this is a perfect read.
Publisher: Yearling, 256 pages (May 9th 2000)
This book was AWESOME. If you haven’t already, read it. It was so much better than I expected it to be. I can’t really write a review about it, but I can recommend it as much as possible!