Happy Top Ten Tuesday!
Oh wow, it’s been awhile y’all! I went from one week not really having anything to add for Top Ten Tuesday, then another week completely forgetting to post. So here I am now! Trying to catch back up with this weeks theme.
I love all of these books, but oddly don’t talk about them much. Why? Because I don’t own any copies of them. It’s hard for me to remember off the top of my head sometimes when someone asks for a recommendation. Or I can’t hand it off to a friend to read from my own library. But if you’re interested in these, definitely add them to your TBR.
I don’t have reviews for everything (some of these were before I started my blog!), but I linked the ones I do have.
The Winternight Trilogy by Katherine Arden
I have been forever shouting this series praises and desperately wish I owned my own copies! Such a fantastic mythical world with plenty of action, the perfect amount of romance and everything in between.
Falling Kingdoms Series by Morgan Rhodes
I read most of this series before I started my blog/bookstagram and couldn’t believe it took me so long to read them! I loved this magic system and world. The ships squeezed my heart and I had a hard time looking away from reading this series.
Next Year in Havana & When We Left Cuba by Chanel Cleeton
I have loooved both of these! Cleeton’s historical fiction books are engaging and romantic. I even got an ARC of her next one, The Last Train to Key West because I couldn’t wait for the release.
Air Awakens Series by Elise Kova
I KNOW I KNOW. I TALK ABOUT THIS SERIES, BUT NOT ENOUGH. NOT. ENOUGH. I wish I owned all of these y’all. I think they would show up in about all of my Instagram posts.
New Orleans Rush by Kelly Siskind
Utterly smitten with this contemporary romance. It is fantastic and I highly recommend it. Cute, steamy, a good plot that adds some flair. And it’s set in New Orleans…with a magician!
The Hating Game by Sally Thorne
I LOVE THIS BOOK. I’m pretty sure this was one of my first contemporary romances ever. And it was a gem. Now I’m smitten with the genre.
Warbreaker by Brandon Sanderson
I adore all things Brandon Sanderson. I have read over 10 of his books and not one has disappointed. Warbreaker doesn’t get talked about enough. I hope one day for a sequel! (This doesn’t end on a cliffhanger though!)
The Illuminae Files by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff
I think I hide from talking about these a lot because the format is so unique and I have had a hard time convincing people to read it. I’d definitely say give the audio a try! This books are dynamite and jaw-dropping.
The Legends of the First Empire Series by Michael J. Sullivan
These aren’t all of the books in the series (they’re two more), but I think this is such a hidden fantasy series! They vaguely remind me of Sanderon’s books. A huge world system with complicated magic and politics that are explained so well you can keep up. I can’t wait to see where the rest of this series goes.
The Daevabad Trilogy by S.A. Chakraborty
I need to up my game in promoting this series because it is crazy UNDERRATED. An Aladdin gender-bend with a beautiful world and so many things happening at once. I am on pins and needles waiting for the finale this summer.
What are some books you don’t talk often enough about? Do we have any of the same ones? Lets talk in the comments!