January 7th, 2011

Favorite Reads: 2010

I’ve seen a lot of other bloggers doing a favorites of 2010 so I wanted to join in, even though I’m a week behind!

Here are just a few of my favorite books that I “read” in 2010, they didn’t necessarily come out in 2010. I’ll link to my review, if there is one.

Rampant by Diana Peterfreund (Amazon.com) (Review)

Feed by M.T. Anderson (Amazon.com) (Review

Rules of Attraction by Simone Elkeles (Amazon.com) (no review)

Nightshade: Book 1 by Andrea Cremer (Amazon.com) (no review)

Matched by Ally Condie (Amazon.com) (Review)

The Ghost and the Goth by Stacey Kade (Amazon.com) (Review)

Alpha (Shifters Book 6) by Rachel Vincent (Amazon.com) (Review)

Dust City by Robert Paul Weston (Amazon.com) (Review

Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins (Amazon.com) (Review)

The Iron King by Julie Kagawa (Amazon.com) (Review)

Winter’s Passage by Julie Kagawa (Amazon.com) (Review)

The Iron Daughter by Julie Kagawa (Amazon.com) (Review)

The Iron Queen by Julie Kagawa (Amazon.com) (Review coming soon)

Changeless  by Gail Carriger (Amazon.com)(no review)

Blameless  by Gail Carriger (Amazon.com) (Review)

Delirium by Lauren Oliver (Amazon.com) (review later this month)

Across the Universe by Beth Revis (Amazon.com) (review next week)

Those are a few of my favorites. Do you share my love?

4 Responses to “Favorite Reads: 2010”

  1. I liked Alpha and The Iron King. I haven’t read the others but most of them are on my list. I can’t even recall all that I read last year! LOL I am anxiously awaiting some Karen Marie Moning–damn her black heart for making me wait so long for the final book and some Nalini Singh (Archangel series). Nicole Peeler’s Jane True series is a favorite of mine and I just finished book 3. I love having a Kindle too.

  2. I only know what I read because of Goodreads. Thank goodness they keep track of when I finish a book.

    I’m right there with you on KMM! I’m seriously thinking about taking the 18th off of work to sit at home and read!

    I think I’ve only ever read one of Singh’s books and remember it being good but I just didn’t stick with it. :(

    I wasn’t a huge fan of the first Jane True book so I haven’t followed up with the rest.

    Out of all the books I posted I highly recommend Matched, Delirium, and Feed. Feed was probably the most compelling read that made me think.

  3. So many of those I haven’t read yet. I need to get on the ball. The Iron King series though. I have Matched on my nightstand but still haven’t gotten to it. Guess I should, huh? Thanks for sharing!

  4. I loved Matched, so, yes, you should read it soon! :)

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