Hello all you bookworms, you! 😉 It’s Amy here, back to finish up June with you! Okay okay, you caught me: I’m spouting nonsense to make it feel like I experienced June right along with you… Anyway! Top Ten Tuesday is a meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.
Top Ten Books I’ve Read So Far In 2015
Well now, that’s not a fair question, now is it? Hmmmmm…. What to do, what to do?!? There’s no way I can pick only ten for this. Seriously.
Well guys, its early June as I write this. So… I’m going to make a list of all the books I read in May, rate them (on a scale of five), and tell you more about why I chose it.
Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell –
4.9 stars. This book was basically perfection. However, something about it sent me a negative vibe. So it gets a tenth of a point off for that…
Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard –
3 stars. Alright, I have a ton of mixed feelings about this book, let me just tell you. When I first finished this book, I rated it five stars on goodreads and raved to Nikki about how it was such an incredible book. But one or two-ish weeks later, I told her I hated it!!! So, I really didn’t know what to think. However, I think I have come to terms with the ending and decided that it was wonderfully written and I love the premise and the whole idea, so I’m willing to look past all the bad, awful things I hated about this book to give it a halfway decent review. Yes, we will be doing a review on this book. Right after Nikki READS IT!!! Hint hint.
Crown of Midnight by Sarah J. Maas –
4.5 stars. Wonderful book! My interest in this series increased twofold after this book. 😄 However, my FEELS are telling me I hate Ms. Maas for BREAKING UP MY NEW OTP!!!!!!!!
Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead –
4.9 stars. Perfect. Absolutely perfect. Except I felt like Lissi was a little dry, she could use some character building. Now, I have not read the rest of the series. So I speak solely for this book.
Eyes Like Stars by Lisa Mantchev –
4 stars. A beautiful concept, with such an interesting style of writing. I would definitely reread it or read the sequel if you adked, but sometimes I felt like I was missing some things, and I couldn’t always picture the scenes, etc.
The Forever Song by Julie Kagawa –
4.5 stars. Wait, what???????? Okay, it’s been a while since I rated these, but I have no idea what I was thinking. This was a beautiful five star read. Up top , Julie.
Angelfall by Susan Ee –
4.9 stars. A wonderful story, but… I JUST HAVE SO MANY FEELS!!!!!!!!!
Heir of Fire by Sarah J. Maas –
4.9 stars. Because not enough Chaol. There is never enough Chaol for me. EVER!!!!!
Crimson Bound by Rosamund Hodge –
4.5 stars. I loved the style and the story, but sometimes the characters didn’t quite connect with me.
These Broken Stars by Amie Kaufman –
4.9 stars. Okay, all of these need to be five stars. But I felt it was too cheesy that way…
Disney at Dawn by Ridley Pearson –
3 stars. Cute story, but a children’s book set in Disney World can only be so good.
City of Bones by Cassandra Clare –
4.5 Hallelujiah! Loved it! But please, Clary, stop messing around with Jace. SIMON LOVES YOU!!!!!
The Book Thief by Markus Zusak –
4.9 stars. Um. How could anyone give it a perfect score with that ending!!!!!
Well, guys, *sniffle sniffle* it’s the end of another post. Which means I have to say goodbye. I HATE GOODBYES!!!! So, um, so long suckers? Nah. Not my style. Until we read again! (Now that’s more like it)