This Week’s Prompt: Top Ten Books I Read in 2015
10. The Raven Boys
Because I had so many feels… for so many reasons… for so many characters…that I don’t even know where to start.
9. The Unfortunate Decisions of Dahlia Moss
Because I laughed throughout the book and thoroughly enjoyed all the nerdiness that I caught onto because deep down, I’m a total geek (wherein no one is surprised).
8. An Ember in the Ashes
Because Elias is awesome and if he were a real person, well, that would be just fine by me. Also, because I was under the impression that I could reenact those epic battle scenes. How foolish of me. (Fight scenes are not for the uncoordinated).
7. If I Stay
Because, I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again; this book broke my heart. And I loved it.
6. The Wrath & The Dawn
Because I loved that this book made me go from these feelings about someone:
To these feelings about them:
A little backstory. That was all it took and I melted into a puddle.
Because Willow made me proud to read her. She was strong, she made mistakes and I was like, “YAY for realism.”
4. Assassin’s Blade
Because it destroyed me. Look, I don’t want to talk about it. The wounds are still too fresh. Afterwards, my feelings were akin to this:
3. Unravel Me
Because Warner the psychopath is, well, less of one? Hmmm… I feel like I should reevaluate that, but there were just so many feels from this book. And that ending?!?
2. Six of Crows
Because Kaz is a dark little bunny who needs someone to hug him. And now I’m officially a fan of heists.
1. Red Rising
Because I’m still living in the aftermath of the book hangover this one gave me.