Let’s chat about our 2016 best or worst lists.
What books were your favorite? Which were… not so much?
Thanks to Audible, I have read over 60 books this year! These are the books that are on my top reads list for 2016.
I love the whole Charley Davidson series, and the audio narrator is fantastic!
I enjoyed White Raven and that it was a slightly different take on the paranormal genre. I enjoy books with unque “creatures”.
I’m actually quite addicted to the whole series. I’ve already read 3 of the books, now to get the rest. I love the audio, the fact that the love interest/sidekick? is a hot Scot, and that our heroine isn’t perfect, but still tries so hard to be honorable.
Lovely retelling. Fairy tale retellings are super popular right now, but few have really worked for me. This one has. Give it a go.
I loved this YA story about mental illness and finding oneself.
Winter is an amazing and heart-racing finale to an excellent series. Such a unique spin on all these fairy tales!
If you’ve been following my book blog Chapter Break, you’ll know we’re huge fans of Colleen Hoover. This is another one of her excellent works.
I loved the Norse mythology and curious feel of this book. I enjoyed the second one the series as well, and plan to keep reading.
Beautifully written and well-narrated. This book was a breath of fresh air for me in the paranormal genre.
As for the books that didn’t quite work for me? These were all rated 1 or 2 stars.
- Souls of the Never (Tales of the Neverwar, #1)
- Raphael (Vampires in America, #1)
- The Accidental Demon Slayer(Demon Slayer, #1)
- The Vincent Boys (The Vincent Boys, #1)
- The Midnight Queen (Noctis Magicae, #1)
- Ruby Red (Precious Stone Trilogy, #1)
- Storm (Elemental, #1)
- The New Agenda (The New Agenda, #2)
I read 72 books last year. That’s pretty amazing if you ask me. Now if I could only work on reading books I own for Shelf Love!
Here are some books I loved:
By Far my favorite book of the year. Everything about it was amazing.
Well, next to these next books
All the feels. Heartache to happiness. And then back to heartache.
Great conclusion to an amazing series.
I went so far as to have a friend who was in Spain order this for me. Not available in the US? I’ll get it anyway!
Julie introduce me to these books. And it’s been the best recommendation! I’m not finished with the Bloodlines series yet. So no spoilers!
The subtle, and not so subtle, flirting between Gage and Kiera make this series so worth reading!
I found a great new action\adventure series here!
Rereads count, right?
I need Stephanie Perkins to put out some new books, stat!
This really is one of my fav from Shakespeare.
Books I didn’t like so much
What about everyone else? What were some of your favorite \ least favorite books of 2016?