Yearly Favorites | 2017
It's that time of the year where I talk about my favorites. Other than one of these books all were 2017 releases which is awesome. Let's break it down.
I have been quite specific about my favorites this time around.
Because these books made me happy, they made me think. They made me giddy; gasp. They delighted me.
In no particular order. I present my top books.
- Next Year, For Sure: This book was excellent. I had a strong disposition for our female protagonist who had to make a tough choice in her relationship and then finding where the reltionship really stands. And I loved the compelling writing.
- The Sun is Also a Star: This book.Nicola Yoon intelligently intertwined the lives of our charcaters and made my belief in fate or destiny more strong.
- By Your Side: I appreciated the setting of this book and how this backdrop influenced our characters and made them relaize certain things. I cherished this book.
- ACOWAR: This was the last book for Rhys and Feyre but not the last book in the ACOTAR universe. And I am ecstatic for the new characters. We got a glimpse of them through Rhys and Feyre in this book. And I am excited. This trilogy truly evolved with each book. And the characters have grown with each book. We have kne novella to go with this duo. And I'm anticipating it.
- The French Girl: This comes out in Feb 2018. And I have such a strong inclination towards this book. I loved it. Look for a full review soon. This was so immersing.
- Yearbook: This was one hell of a unqiue book. I surprisingly quite liked it. Review to come asap.
- Lord of Shadows: Rhis sequel upped the TDA trilogy for me. It made up for the first book as I really hadn't enjoyed that one whih was suh a bummer. But this book redeemed my interest in this trilogy.
- Haven: For those of you you who follow me on this blog must know how big if a fan I am of Lindsay and her Blaclthorn books. Haven is the first book in her new spinoff books based in the same universe but a different part ie the Lowtown. I love the fact that this was urban fantasy at her than PNR. As the romance wasn't the basis for the story. I sighed our main characters and what it did for me in roaring my live for thi universe and lIndsay.
- Us: This was a picture book and I fell for it. Hard. The author portrayed his life with such ease through these daily drawings. I could feel the happiness and the feelings portrayed in general.
- The Little Red Wolf: The cinematic take of this picture book was everything. I loved the format of this book and this take on the classic (folklore) was enigmatic.
This is it. Let me know which books made it onto your favorites!