Top Ten Tuesday | Top Books Recommended To Me

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This weeks Top Ten Tuesday topic hosted by Broke and Bookish is The Top Ten Books People Have Been Telling Me I Must Read!  Some of these are pretty self explanatory of why people have recommended them. Others have been books some of you have mentioned for me to read. Others are books that everyone recommends to everyone always!

♠  Harry Potter Series by J.K Rowling (I have read the first three)Unknown

Song of Fire and Ice Series by George R.R. Martin 


Adaptation by Malinda Lo


♠  Protector of the Small Series by Tamora Pierce  


♠  The Lost World by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle 


Into the Wild by Jon Krakauer


♠ Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell



♠  Lux Series by Jennifer L. Armentrout


Geek Love by Katherine Dune 


Fight Club by Chuck Palahnuik 



What are some books that are always recommended to you or which books would you recommend to me ? 


9 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday | Top Books Recommended To Me

  1. I personally can vouch for Harry Potter, The Lux Series, and Fangirl, all were five star reads for me! I myself haven’t read anything by Tamora Pierce but keep hearing amazing things about her!


  2. So glad you’ve started the HP series! I want to get to GOT at some point but they’re so intimidating! Looking forward to seeing what you think of Adaptation, and I want to try something by Armentrout at some stage. I’ve heard of Tamora Pierce but I’ve never read anything by her! R x

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  3. Harry Potter & The Lux Series are both great series in their own way. I am a huge fan of both J.K Rowling & Jennifer L. Armentrout.
    Also I haven’t had the pleasure of reading the Song of Fire & Ice yet but I’ve seen the show though and really love it..The books series on on my #TTT list too, and TBR.
    Also have watched the Fight Club and liked it. I didn’t know until recently that is was a book.

    Great list!
    -Amanda @ Within Pages

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  4. One of biggest regrets in life is having not read the HP books as they came out. Since they were published as I was growing up, I feel like I’ve missed out on a periodical phenomenon and it makes me sad that I didn’t get to have the experience of taking part in it. I am reading them now, and enjoying them. But I think part of the magic is missing because I’m no longer a child. Still, as an adult, I do love the writing and the world. Also, I adored fangirl. Great read! I’ve got the lux series on my wishlist too 🙂


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