Hey guys! Today’s post is a little different. To be completely honest with you, I haven’t read any blog-worthy books these past couple weeks, so to supplement for that, I decided to write my top 10 books on my list to read! I hope you enjoy, and let me know in the comments if this is something you’d like for me to do again.
- Midnight Sun by Stephanie Meyer-the newest edition to the Twilight Series! This books is like the very first Twilight but from Edward’s perspective.
- The 100 Year Old Man who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared by Jonas Jonasson-a book about an 100 year old man who (you guessed it) climbs out his bedroom window and disappears for one last adventure.
- Dune by Frank Herbert– a science-fiction classic! It’s a dystopian must read ;).
- The Keeper of Lost Cities by Shannon Messenger– a 12 year old telepathic girl whose trying to keep her superpower a secret. Looks super great!
- Shadowhunter Series by Cassandra Clare– one I started at the beginning of quarantine, but hoping to finish up sometime in the near future. Because they are so popular, I’ve had a hard time getting my hands on them! Let me know in the comments if you’re a fan.
- The Lost Book of White by Cassandra Clare– Clare’s newest book! I haven’t heard much buzz about this one, but I’m excited to try it out.
- Nightingale by Kristin Hannah-2 sisters separated by war. Will their bond survive this massive tragedy?
- 10,000 Leagues Under the Sea by Jules Verne– sea monsters, adventures, and battles. Perfect for any book fan!
- Bomb by Steve Sheinken– ever wonder how intense the race to build the first atomic bomb was? As a history lover, I do! Can’t wait to read this one; it came highly recommended to me.
- Girl in the Blue Coat by Monica Hesse– Hanneke is seeking small acts of rebellion against the Nazis in this WWII book. Will she be caught? Can’t wait to find out!
That was my top 10 list of books I can’t wait to read! Make sure to comment below if you are a fan of any of these books, or are wanting a review of one specific one after I finish reading it. But for now, have a great rest of your day, and I’ll talk to you later! Ta ta!
-your fellow book lover