Top Ten Tuesday + 1 from 2019- Favorite Books of the last ten years (one book per year)

Welcome back! I am in a time crunch today but I still wanted to put this up. As always, Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by Jana at  @thatartsyreadergirl. Every Tuesday, book bloggers gather and make a list of books based on a prompt. Today's topic is Top Ten Favorite Books of the last ten years, one book per year. I know that I discuss most of these books a lot, so I'll be brief with most of these. 

1- 2009 Catch Fire by Suzanne Collins

This is the second book in The Hunger Games Trilogy. The Hunger Games was my introduction to Dystopian  YA, and I am so thankful for this series. I enjoy both the book and the movie.

2- 2010 Mockingjay by Suzanne collins

The final book in The Hunger Games Trilogy also needed to make this list for the reasons I started above. I thought this book was the perfect way to end the series. 

3- 2011 The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern

I loved this fantasy novel about a circus. This was a book that I read a few years after it came out.  I hadn't really read fantasy before this book, so in a way this was my introduction to the genre. I want to reread this book at some point before the authors new book comes out this year.

4-  2012 Eleanor & Park  by Rainbow Rowell

Are you surprised? I've only read three Rainbow Rowell books and this is my second favorite. I love this YA novel with  romance. I didn't like Eleanor's family all that much, and I was rooting for her.

5-  2013 Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell

Rather than banging into the ground how much I love this book, I will just say that Cath is one of my favorite character, and I wish that she were real so we could be friends.

6-  2014 To All The boys I've Loved Before by Jenny Han

I love both the book and the movie! This is such a cute YA story about a teen named Lara Jean who gets her letters sent out by her sister. This leads to her dating one of the boys Peter.

7-  2015 Simon Vs the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli  (Honorable mention- A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas)

I couldn't pick just one book for this. I loved Simon because I loved the story and I loved the characters. The other book is the first in a series that I loved.

8- 2016 A court Of Mist and Fury (A Court of Thorns and Roses # 2) by Sarah J. Maas

The second book in the A Court of Thorns  and Roses series. This was one of my favorite books in the series as we know more about the characters. I just love the inner circle so much.

9-  2017 The  Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue by Mackenzi Lee

A Historical Fiction that I adore. This is about two siblings, Monty and Felicity, who are on a European Tour with Monty's friend Percy. Shenanigans ensue and they must find a way out. 

10-  2018 The Cruel Prince by Holly Black

I probably have another book that came out last year that I loved last year, but this came up pretty high on the Good Reads List I used. I loved this book when I read it earlier this year. I love Jude and I can't wait for November!

Honorable Mention- Heart of Iron by Ashley Poston

This was one of my favorite reads of last year as well! It's an Anastasia Retelling set in space, and it was so good. I loved both Ana and Di.


11- 2019 Romanov by Nadine Brandes

A bonus! My favorite read of 2019 has been Romanov. If you follow me on Good Reads, you saw my glowing review, and updates as I was reading this book. This is a Historical Fiction with a dash of fantasy so the author can tell a different story.


  1. The Gentleman's Guide to Vice and Virtue sounds like such a good read.

    My TTT.

  2. Great list! I love Catching Fire and The Gentleman's Guide to Vice and Virtue and I really enjoyed The Cruel Prince.

  3. The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue is awesome <3 I'm surprised its not on more people's lists?

  4. I so need to get my hands on Romanov!


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