Now 2016 is officially wrapped up, it’s time to think about those books I’ve read last year and highlight the best. Today it’s all about those fiction reads that really stood out for me. I will make a different post for other YA fiction reads and historical fiction novels, because yet again I had too many titles to choose from. I guess it’s a sign there were many excellent reads last year though. 😉
5. The Bitter Side Of Sweet (4,5 stars) by Tara Sullivan
4. I’ll Meet You There (5 stars) by Heather Demetrios
3. It Ends With Us (5 stars) by Colleen Hoover
2. A Man Called Ove (5 stars) by Fredrik Backman
1. The Summer That Melted Everything (5 stars) by Tiffany McDaniel
Have you read any of these titles yourself? What were your favorite fiction reads of 2016? Feel free to comment! 🙂
It’s so weird having to start typing 2017 from now on! But the new year is already on its second day and it’s time to think about what I want to read this month. Last month’s TBR worked out pretty good and I managed to read seven of the ten titles on it, so I’m hoping January will be just as good. Fingers crossed!
>>> Find a complete list of the books of books owned and waiting to be read here and my full TBR list at Goodreads here <<<
A new year means new books… I have quite a few ARCs still pending and I’m going to try and read them ASAP, but I also want to start reading those titles that have been on my TBR for a while. My January TBR is a mix of both, but I’m hoping to be able to focus on my exploding TBR in the next couple of months.
# TBR #
- The Perfect Stranger by Megan Miranda (384 pages) NETGALLEY
- Bird Box by Josh Malerman (262 pages)
- Small Great Things by Jodi Picoult (470 pages)
- The Light Between Oceans by M.L. Stedman (343 pages)
- Splintered by A.G. Howard (371 pages)
- Witness by Caroline Mitchell (338 pages) NETGALLEY
- The Thankful by Jamie Campbell (132 pages) ARC
- That Burning Summer by Lydia Syson (336 pages) NETGALLEY
- The Serpent King by Jeff Zentner (384 pages)
- The Bird And The Sword by Amy Harmon (352 pages)
Have you read any of these and/or do you recommend them?