TTT#6 :Top Ten Books I Read In 2012

Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Top Ten Tuesday is a feature/weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. It's the best and fun way to share lists of certain topics with other fellow bloggers. If you want to participate, please visit their blog for further information! =D

In this special day, we get Top Ten Tuesday freebie, yay! =D
So right now I choose Top Ten Books I Read In 2012. I read plenty books this year and mostly I enjoy them very much. Kind of hard for only choose 10 books but I'll do my best.

Top Ten Books I Read In 2012


1. The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
I know I know, I'm so late but well no doubt The Hunger Games probably the most disturbing yet amazing Dystopia I've ever read.

2. Insurgent by Veronica Roth
Divergent is my most favorite Dystopia series (yes, not HG. I love it, but it's not on the top in my list). Insurgent still fascinating me because it makes the characters look more human and things are intensified here. Great reading!

3. Across The Universe by Beth Revis
Yes it less thrilling than it should be, too bad, but I still remember how real the devastating and claustrophobic feelings Revis wants us to feel from her writing *shudder*


4. Last Sacrifice by Richelle Mead
VA is the best Vampire series ever, and this one is the best of the best epic final of a series, like ever. Enuf to say how I really love VA series =D

5. Bloodlines by Richelle Mead
Is Adrian quite enough to explain why I love this series very much? =D

6. The Evolution of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin
I was literally being haunted by this book. And very depressed when the book is ended in SUCH a wicked way. RETRIBUTION PRETTY PLEASE, DYING HERE.


7. Waterfall by Lisa T. Bergren
I was so impressed with this book, everything is so perfect and well-built. I love the Medieval Italy setting which is explained very well and quite detail, the amazing characters and story that thickened with love and family matter.

8. Clockwork Prince by Cassandra Clare
This book is heart-breaking and sad, but enticing too at the same time. Love the setting in Victoria era, love the unique characters and the twisted storyline.


9. Where She Went by Gayle Forman
I remember this book made me cry on my way to work. This book fills with despairs, sadness about losing someone you love, but then we also feel hope and happiness, so beautiful!

10. Anna and The French Kiss by Stephenie Perkins
This book is sooooo delighting! Very lovely and cute! Hard to read this book and not fall in love instantly with Anna and yes Etienne of course =D

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7 comments:

Alice in Readerland said...

I really want to read Across the Universe, and I just read Anna and the French Kiss and it was so cute! :) Here’s my Top Ten Tuesday list: Top Ten Catchiest Book Titles:
http://aliceinreaderland.wordpress.com/2012/12/25/catchiest-titles/

Alice @ Alice in Readerland

Danielle Dore said...

I haven't even started on A Clockwork Angel or Divergent so trust me you are not that late! Haha. Great post :)

Dragana Mitrovic said...

I read Hunger games last year. Still the best ya dystopian I read. :) VA also was my last year read. I still did not start Bloodlines... I think I read Clockwork Prince this year it was nice although I liked book #1 better.The rest of the books I did not read yet but are on my tbr. Great picks. I hope you find even more better reads in 2013! :)
Happy holidays!
Dragana @ Bookworm Dreams
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Lady In Read said...

i have to read all of this and many i have been planning to read.. so will just re-add to my TBR..great picks

ohdamnbooks said...

Anna and the French Kiss & The Evolution of Mara Dyer were both so good! :D
I'm a new follower & Merry Christmas! (:

kelly @ ohdamnbooks

bookblogbake said...

Insurgent is definitely one of my top books I read this year as well, I liked it even better than Divergent. I really need to read Anna and the French Kiss-- I have yet to see a negative review for it!

quinnsbooknook said...

Perfect description for Anna and the French Kiss - delightful!

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