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1) The Smoke Hunter by Jacquelyn Benson
This one is actually super surprising to me because my ARC copy of this is 585 pages but I was just so absorbed in this book! I just love it.
2) Silence For the Dead by Simone St. James
Anything by Simone St. James really. Her books are relatively short and very engrossing and you always just want to read one more chapter!
3) Miracle on 5th Avenue by Sarah Morgan
I read this through in one sitting and then prompty reread it as well. Without break. So yeah - very much a one-sitting kind of book! But then most Sarah Morgan books are!
4) Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff
I was intrigued but also super nervous about the format of this book and kinda convinced it would take me a while to read. But nope. Wound up staying up all night to finish it. Totally worth it!
5) Carry On by Rainbow Rowell
Ann also wanted to read this immediately so I kinda pushed myself to read this in one sitting. It's probably the only one on the list where I really planned for one sitting (with snacks and everything ready).
6) Nimona by Noelle Stevenson
I always seem to read graphic novels in one sitting (I say always but I've read like three in my whole life). This was my first ever graphic novel and I love it.
7) Simon vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli
I cannot even wait for the movie - and Becky's next book which is going to be released so soon!!
8) Beauty Queens by Libba Bray
Honestly one of my all time favourite books. After reading this I just kept shoving it at people. But yeah - one sitting. Which is not surprising because its so action packed and fun and the characters are incredible!
9) Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J.K. Rowling
Our Dad got this on the day of release and I had to read it in one sitting so my brother could immediately read it after me on the same day.
10) Madam, Will You Talk by Mary Stewart
This is the really impressive one (no seriously be impressed). I bought a collection of Mary Stewart books (which is a lot) and then read all of them in one day. I did take breaks for meals and stuff but still. One day. Still can't quite understand how I managed that.