It will come to no surprise to anyone who’s ever read this blog that this list is YA heavy. Even the two “adult books” I included on this list feature characters who spend large portions of their respective books as teenagers. It was so hard to choose the ten best books I read this year, and nearly impossible to pick just one E. Lockhart book to put on the list. But I did it and here’s what I came up with. Let me know what your favorite books from the year have been!
16 thoughts on “Top Ten Books I Read in 2014”
I loved The Interestings!
Me too. Meg Wolitzer was definitely one of my favorite finds of the year! Love her books so much!
I haven’t read any of the books you’ve mentioned in your post. I’ll have to check them out! Here is a link to my TTT list for the week: http://captivatedreader.blogspot.com/2014/12/top-ten-tuesday-top-ten-books-i-read-in.html
Thanks for reading my list!
Yours is probably the second or third I saw mentioning Aristotle & Dante… I really need to get around to it!
Oh my gosh, yes! You have to read it. It is AMAZING!
I also really enjoyed reading Unwind this year. I’m looking forward to continuing the series in 2015! 🙂
I just finished the last book in the series last week. It just keeps getting better and better.
Great list! I really need to read Unwind; people have been recommending it to me for years!
It is so good. Seriously it might have the most innovative concept I’ve ever hear of.
I’ve got Dash and Lily’s Book of Dares on my shelf. It’s winter-themed, right? I think I’m going to try to read it over my holiday break!
Also, Isla. ❤ Enough said. 🙂
Yes Dash and Lily is definitely winter themed. And yes, yes, yes! to Isla!
I haven’t read any of these yet, but Unwind and Isla are both on my TBR.
Unwind and Isla are definitely two of my most favorite favorites. Hope you enjoy them!
I haven’t read any of these yet but Jenny Han, Stephanie Perkins and Meg Wolitzer are all on my authors to try list. Their books look great!
UNWHOLLY and UNDIVIDED are both on my list. I love the whole series, though. It’s exciting, original, and thought-provoking. So many great reasons to read it!