This week's list: Top Ten Books/Authors I'm Thankful For
Even though Thanksgivings in Canada has already passed, it's Thanksgivings down in the states. :D I'm going to put series as well, because there are several series that I absolutely LOVE.
- The Inheritance Cycle by Christopher Paolini:
My brother read this years before I did, but I never picked it up because I thought I didn't like fantasy a lot. After I finished the series, I wanted to read it again but I had too many other books to read.
- Lorien Legacies by Pittacus Lore:
I thought this was for boys but I was proved wrong. It was beyond awesome and became one of my favourite series! (My review for the third installment, The Rise of Nine)
- Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling:
This series was the one to really get me reading, therefore I'm thankful for it.
- The Fault in Our Stars by John Green:
Aha, finally, a contemporary! The first book I read by John Green was Paper Towns and I loved it. I still have to read two more, but this one is by far my favourite. (My review)
- The Mortal Instruments by Cassandra Clare:
Another series that pushed me into the crazed reading I do now! I liked it as a trilogy more though...
- Twilight Saga by Stephanie Meyer:
Again, pushed me into reading like crazy!
- Croak Series by Gina Damico:
I recently found another favourite series, and although it's not complete yet, I'm sure it will be awesome! (My review of Croak and Scorch, both were ARCs)
- Night Road by Kristin Hannah:
This seriously made me cry more than ever! I was completely bawling my eyes out. It also got me wanting to read more YA contemporaries as well, and I think it was this one that sort of pulled me away from all that paranormal romance crap. Don't worry, I still love Twilight guys! (My review)
- The Summer Trilogy by Jenny Han:
This was a trilogy that had me crying the whole time, and I absolutely loved it!
- Graceling Realms by Kristin Cashore:
Man, I love the whole concept of these books. Although I didn't read fire, but Graceling and Bitterblue were amazing! (My review of Bitterblue)