Wednesday 30 December 2015

Top 5 Favourite Books of the Year

You can find the goodreads page for Top 5 Wednesdays here if you'd like to join in. Clare also did her Top 10 of 2015 and you can find her post here.

Carry On
1) Carry On by Rainbow Rowell 
I really loved this book, it was amazing the way it was kind of related to Harry Potter but some things were changed. Overall this was an amazing book.

City of Heavenly Fire (The Mortal Instruments, #6)
2) City of Heavenly Fire by Cassandra Clare
This was a book that I read earlier on in the year but I loved it so much I just had to include it on my top 5 because it was amazing.

The Hollow Boy (Lockwood & Co., #3)
3) The Hallow Boy by Jonathan Stroud
This is in a series that I really like about ghosts and other things and it has such an amazing story line with amazing characters that I love.

Girl Online On Tour (Girl Online, #2)
4) Girl Online On Tour by Zoe Sugg
This is definitely one of my favourite books this year because I love the characters and the author.

Username: Evie
5) Username Evie by Joe Sugg
This is a book that I got for Christmas but I really enjoyed it so I had to include it on my top 5.

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  1. In 2016 I am just going to have try and read a Rainbow Rowell book it seems that everyone just lovers her and I have yet to read anything by her. Here is my Top 5 of 2015

  2. I really enjoyed City of Heavenly Fire and really need to read the other books especially Carry On. Hope you have a good 2016.
    If you are interested my list is here:

  3. I didn't like the Mortal Instruments series very much. It was a bit meh for me, though everyone else seems to disagree. Anyway, I think USername Evie sounds interesting. Here are my top 5 books of 2015...

  4. Great choices! Cassandra Clare is amazing. I finally finished the internal devices series this year.

  5. City of Heavenly Fire, yes! Are you going to watch Shadowhunters in Jan? Great list!

  6. You've chosen some great books here! I've heard so much about Carry On, I'll pick it up really soon :)

    Aeriko @ The Reading Armchair