Tuesday, June 30, 2015

My Favorite 2015 Books So Far

2015 has been an amazing year for books. Maybe it's because this is the first year I've really been seriously about blogging (which means I also keep up with the latest books a lot better than I used to!), but I've read so many amazing books this year - and not all of them were later books in series I already liked.

Here we go, in no particular order. Links go to my reviews for all of these except the last two, which go to Goodreads.

1. Masterminds by Gordon Korman

2. The War That Saved My Life by Kimbery Brubaker Bradley

3. All Fall Down by Ally Carter

4. Princess Academy #3: The Forgotten Sisters by Shannon Hale

5. Willow Falls #5: Graceful by Wendy Mass

6. Spell Robbers by Matthew J. Kirby

7. Gollywhopper Games #3: Friend or Foe by Jody Feldman

8. Genuine Sweet by Faith Harkey

9. The Palace Chronicles #3: Palace of Lies by Margaret Peterson Haddix (link goes to Goodreads)

10. The Missing #8: Redeemed by Margaret Peterson Haddix (link goes to Goodreads)

What are your favorite 2015 books? Check out more Top Ten lists over at The Broke and the Bookish!

6 comments:

  1. I'm not sure I've heard anything about the books in your list; I'm guessing, from the title, some are sci-fi? Anyway, interesting pick!

    My TTT<

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    1. A few of these books are sci-fi (Masterminds, Spell Robbers, and Redeemed), The War That Saved My Life is historical fiction, and I'm not exactly sure what category the rest of the books would fall into. Thanks for stopping by!

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  2. I haven't read any of the books you mention, but looking closer at them, several do sound like ones I might like. I keep saying I will read more science fiction--I like the genre, but don't read much of it. Margaret Peterson Haddix's books sound like they would be fun to read.

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    1. Margaret Peterson Haddix is a great place to start reading more sci-fi! Double Identity, Escape From Memory, and Turnabout are all great sci-fi standalones, and then both of her big series (The Missing books and the Shadow Children series) are also sci-fi. I highly recommend any and all Margaret Peterson Haddix books! :)

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  3. All Fall down I have been meaning to read for a while. I have seen it make a few peoples lists. Great picks.

    My TTT http://readingawaythedays.blogspot.co.uk/2015/06/top-ten-books-ive-read-so-far-in-2015.html

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    1. Yeah, All Fall Down is really good. You should give it a try! :) Thanks for stopping by, Megan.

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