Top 10 (#4): Books I've read so far in 2015

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Emmy & Oliver - This book is beautiful, stunning even. It was one of the books I was glad I read. I couldn't form a coherent review for this yet because I find it great. (ARC)

Phenomenal. From the plot down to the characters, it was really astounding.

This book is so sweet and a bit lighter than its predecessors. It plastered a smile on my face and it definitely is a page turner. I just couldn't string the correct words but I love this book. (ARC via NetGalley)

I love this book. At first, I didn't understand what was the premise of this book. But as the book progresses, and as Avery figured out what was happening, I was impressed with it. It's a very simple world but if you look closely you will be surprised with how much difference and complexity it holds. Full review here.

I've never been a fan of fantasy let alone high fantasy. But I got to admit, This book was amazing. And this is a debut book? WTH, right? Full review here.

I love this book. There are certain things that I find irrelevant but, overall, it was emotional, heartbreaking and, furthermore, healing.

Even though this novel is predictable and chummy-chummy, I really enjoyed reading it. Although I'd like to point out the shallowness of Gia's friendship. It annoyed the hell out of me.

This book revolves around our narrator, Ani, née TifAni, a girl who created a perfect life after she's thrown away her past and put on the perfect mask. She's put on this mask after what happened during her high school. It was nasty, her past. It shows the naiveté of young girls, or boys, to the potential pain their loose lips can cause. Full review here. (ARC via NetGalley)

I'm so sad after I finally realized that this would be the end of the Bloodlines series. But I was not, in any way, disappointed by this epic conclusion. But I'm guessing this isn't the end of dhampir/moroi/strigoi-filled adventures (which is a yay! for me). I think there would be another spin-off series especially after the major plot twist.

This book reminds me of Tangles series by Emma Chase. It has an easy-to-understand and funny-as-hell POVs. Review to come. (ARC via the publisher)

Note: I only list-ed 2015 releases.

What about you? What's your favorite book so far?


  1. I actually haven't read any of the books on this list, but I've heard awesome things about I'll Meet You There. I'm excited to pick it up one of these days!

    1. I'm excited for you! Tell me when you've started/finished reading it!
      Thanks for stopping by.

  2. Great List! I can't wait to read the conspiracy of us and I'll Meet You There.

    1. Do you have a copy already? I'm excited for you!
      Thank you for stopping by.

  3. The Conspiracy of Us and An Ember in the Ashes both sound excellent.

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    1. Have you read or planning to read those book, perchance?
      Thank you for stopping by!

  4. Great list! I really want to check out An Ember in the Ashes so I'm glad to see that it made your list. I'm a new follower! :)
    Krystianna @ Downright Dystopian

    1. It was amazing because it (An Ember in the Ashes) already has an upcoming film, right?
      Thank you for stopping by! I also followed you!