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An easy one this week! My favourite! It was especially easy because I have a shelf on GoodReads that I use for my favourite books of the year. So all it took was a quick look through that and here’s what I decided on:
1. Bloodlines – Richelle Mead: The whole series really. I loved it much more than Vampire Academy.
2. Alice in Zombieland – Gena Showalter: This whole series also. I liked much more than I thought I would plus I found the characters to be fantastic.
3. The Coldest Girl in Coldtown – Holly Black: I’m still hoping to see a series come out of this one. Holly Black is a new favourite author of mine.
4. Winter – Marissa Meyer: I had been waiting way to long for this book. The ending, while a little predictable, was still extremely satisfying.
5. Ink – Amanda Sun: It’s not just a pretty cover folks! I loved learning about Japanese mythology.
6. Confess – Colleen Hoover: My first drive into the new adult genre and it did not disappoint!
7. The Kiss of Deception – Mary E. Pearson: I have nothing but love for this series. I’m excited to see how it turns out.
8. Golden Son – Pierce Brown: This is probably my most recommended series. If you haven’t read it then pick it up!
9. Nimona – Noelle Stevenson: I’m still diving into graphic novels but this is easy one of the best I’ve seen.
10. City of the Lost – Kelley Armstrong: I’m so happy that this will be a series! I love how Kelley Armstrong can write any genre and still make the book amazing.
Any similar favourites? Let me know below!