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Ok, so, I'm totally cheating! I don't know with how many, but there will definitely be more than 10. And even then, I won't be listing every one of them that I'd like to, but all of these were amazing, with 5 star rating & unique & memorable to me in some way, so they deserve the mention on this list.
So, My Top Ten+ Books I've Read So Far This Year are:
When I read Stiltskin (my review), I knew right away that it's the best book I've read so far in 2014. There were lots of amazing reads this year, but Stiltskin was the first one that I thought it will probably end on my best of 2014 list (where I stick to listing only 10) at the end of the year.
The Grimm Conclusion (my review) is another fantastic fairy tale retelling mix that I totally adored.
Ok, so I was thinking about putting only the final book on this list, but in the end, I just couldn't. The Leviathan Trilogy is absolutely amazing & so imaginative & wondrous, and I see the whole trilogy as one story (if Leviathan wasn't a reread, it would've been right there on this list beside its sequels). Anyway, both Behemoth (my review) & Goliath (my review) were absolutely wonderful, and I highly recommend this steampunk trilogy if you still haven't read it.
The Mute Button (my review) was another wonderful & surprising read this year, that I thought it's definitely one of the best so far.
As for Tesla's Attic (my review), it was quite wonderful, and everything I expected it to be & so much more. Then again, it is co-written by Neal Shusterman, so yeah. I'm really looking forward to the next book in the series.
Ashes on the Waves (my review) is a beautiful & haunting story, and a perfect retelling of Edgar Allan Poe's Annabel Lee poem.
Daughter of Smoke & Bone (my review) is another read that was so beautifully written & so haunting, and that captured the atmosphere of the story quite magically & unforgettable.
Attachments (my review) was absolutely delight to be read. It's definitely unique & fun, and full of heart, and I loved it.
When We Met (my review) is part of the Fool's Gold series, and even though I'm a fan of the series and usually enjoy all the books, When We Met was the best one for me, and different from the other books in the series. I know it's subjective, but this one hit all the right spots, so it deserves recognition.
Bite Me (my review) is one hilarious & unforgettable roller coaster ride. It's the final Love Story book, and it's definitely the best, and I can't recommend enough this trilogy.
More Than This (my review) is a haunting & captivating story that will stay with you long after you've finished it. Even though I don't know if I'd like to go through all of this all over again a.k.a to reread it (mostly because I remember it in details), I still recommend it, because Patrick Ness & his stories are amazing!
Yes, you're seeing it right. These classic children's books, I finally read them. The Magician's Nephew (my review) is definitely the best Narnia book, as for Through the Looking Glass, I finally see why everyone loves so much Alice's Adventures in Wonderland & the world the author created. Not because of the first read, but because of the 2nd. I've always wondered, even as a little girl. I've had a couple of copies of the 1st book, and read them lots of times, but wasn't that big of a fan. I even read it again as grown up (this time in English), and still wondered. Don't get me wrong, I still enjoyed it, but kept me wondering. That is, until I read Through the Looking Glass. Now I see why everyone is so fascinated by the world, and it actually made me want to reread both books again.
Rose (my review) is wonderful, magical, lovable fantasy story that I adored. Can't wait to read the second book in the series.
Bright Before Sunrise (my review) is YA contemporary romance book. I've read a lot of YA contemporary so far this year, but this one was the most memorable to me (though I just might have been a little bit biased when choosing because of the cover). Anyway, loved it, can't recommend it enough.
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