Top Ten Tuesday – March 26, 2013: Top Ten Books I Recommend the Most


It’s Top Ten Tuesday, hosted by the wonderful blog at The Broke and the Bookish!




Not convinced? Take a peek at my reviews! 
The Sea of Tranquility – Katja Millay
Just One Day – Gayle Forman
Eleanor & Park – Rainbow Rowell
Anna and the French Kiss – Stephanie Perkins
Tiger Lily – Jodi Lynn Anderson
Sweet Evil – Wendy Higgins
Shadow and Bone – Leigh Bardugo
If I Stay – Gayle Forman
Ready Player One – Ernest Cline
Delirium – Lauren Oliver

Are any of these some of your favorites? If you haven’t read any of the books on my Top Ten list, I highly recommend them!! 

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24 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday – March 26, 2013: Top Ten Books I Recommend the Most

  1. Kendra Leighton

    Fabulous choices! I adored ‘Just One Day’, ‘Delirium’ and ‘Anna and the French Kiss’ too. Must look up ‘The Sea of Tranquility’ and ‘Eleanor and Park’, heard so many good things about them.

  2. Debby (Snuggly Oranges)

    Nice list! I’ve actually read half of them! I definitely want to check out Tiger Lily sometime soon, and Eleanor & Park and The Sea of Tranquility have gotten such good buzz, I may need to add them to my TBR list as well. Thanks for stopping by my post 🙂

    1. Brittany Post author

      Oh my gosh, yes, please do add The Sea of Tranquility!! I wasn’t sure what I was getting into when I started it and I just flat out fell in love with it! 🙂 Same with Eleanor & Park!

  3. Natalie

    I really need to read Delirium!! I’m seeing it everywhere and I can’t believe I haven’t read it because all the books in the series are out so there is no reason I shouldn’t have read it yet and I’m rambling and I’m sorry. haha 😛

  4. Rachel

    I’m actually really surprised we don’t share any of the same books! I totally forgot to include Tiger Lily, though. That one’s AH-MAZING. And I have Eleanor and Park on my shelf right now and I plan on starting it today! I’m kind of nervous to read it though because everyone seems to love it and I’m worried I won’t…

  5. Helene

    Awesome list! Reminds me of a lot of books I still need to read! Especially Tiger Lily. And Sweet Evil. Oh, and Anna and the French Kiss. There are just too many awesome books I still need to read!

    My TTT

  6. Maggie

    I read Sea of Tranquility this weekend and I still can’t get over how amazing it is. I actually finished re-reading it this morning because I’m nuts.

    I have to pick up Eleanor and Park, too many people are obsessed with it for me to keep putting it off!

    Great list, thanks!

  7. Tara

    YES to Ready Player One and The Sea of Tranquility! Those were both on my list, too. As for Just One Day, Eleanor and Park, and Tiger Lily…yeah, I need to get on those!

  8. Kate @ Ex Libris

    I have been telling everyone who comes within shouting range of me about The Sea of Tranquility. SUCH AN AMAZING BOOK.

  9. Tanya Patrice

    I loved Delirium and Ready Player One and highly recommend them too. A few of the others you mentioned I plan to read and even more are new to me – love this list!

  10. bookrockbetty

    Goood books! I am drawn to Shadow and Bone— I reeeeally need to read it! It keeps getting thrown in my face like a giant chocolate donut. I WANT IT. I just got Eleanor and Park on Sunday AND got to meet Rainbow Rowell so that was fun!! That should be one of the next in line. Gotta see how The Infernal Devices plays out first. 🙂

  11. Renae @ Respiring Thoughts

    From this list I’ve read The Sea of Tranquility, Anna and the French Kiss, Tiger Lily, Shadow and Bone, and If I Stay. So that’s half! I definitely agree with you on Shadow and Bone especially—such a great novel.


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