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Top Ten Books I Recommend The Most


Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.

This week's topic:  Top Ten Books I Recommend the Most






          If you read my blog at all, you know I love these two books so much!  I am not afraid to suggest them to anyone who I think might enjoy them.
3.) The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins-I was definitely recommending this book left and right when the first movie came out.
          These are two books that I just recently started recommending but they are books that can appeal to anyone so they are easy picks when someone asks for a recommendation.
6.) Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead - I get a little embarrassed when I recommend this book to people but seriously, just because it has vampires does not mean it is like Twilight.
7.) The Giver by Lois Lowry -I first read this book in 6th grade and have read it 4 or 5 times since.  I think everyone should read it and I am not afraid to recommend it to people.
          These are my two favorite books of all time.  We the Living isn't for everyone but I always recommend Fahrenheit 451 to my fellow book lovers.
10.) The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis -I tend to give this book to kids in my family for birthdays or Christmas.  I remember how much I absolutely loved this book when I was a kid and I love to share it.

What books do you recommend the most?

Comments

  1. I just put a different Ayn Rand book on my TBR list. I will have to look at that one too. I have been meaning to read Outlander for ages!

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    1. I have read 3 of Ayn Rand's books and 'We the Living' is my favorite by far.

      You should definitely read 'Outlander', it is amazing!

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  2. Oh gosh, Outlander was such a great book! I also really need to start the Vampire Academy series by Richelle Mead - I keep seeing it everywhere. *smile* Thanks for you list.

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  3. I also recommend The Hunger Games a lot but I could never get through Fahrenheit 451. No idea why... but great list though!
    My TTT

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  4. Yes the Vampire Acadmey is so so good! Great list, I will check some of these out!

    My Top Ten Tuesday!

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  5. Great list! So many of these are in my TBR Pile! Like your name So many books, so little time!!

    My Top Ten

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  6. Great choices, I see at least three on your list that I had to leave off mine before it turned into a list of hundreds - Farenheit 451 and Lion The Witch And The Wardrobe, Outlander!

    My Top 10

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    1. I feel like there are so many I missed. This list could have gone on forever!

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  7. I'm a huge George Martin fan, and loved the Vampire Academy series too. Awesome list.

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    1. I really need to finish the George R.R. Martin series. I have only read the first two!

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