Monday, January 6, 2014

Book Blogger New Year's Challenge Day 6: The Best Books of 2013

The Best Books of 2013

For me it is a tie between Seraphina and The Night Circus. Both books really struck a cord with me. Hartman and Morgenstern did a marvelous job creating unique worlds that I wanted to actively be a part of. I read The Night Circus in one day which rarely happens for me. I wish someone would write music to go along with Seraphina. Music plays such a big part for the main character that's you can almost feel the pages vibrate with it.

The other books that made my list:

Looking back at my 2013 Read list, I would add one more book. I just keep recommending it to my friends so it would be shame not to add it to the list. Traveler by Dennis W. Green. It was the first book I reviewed on my blog.

Book Blogger New Year’s Challenge

7 comments:

  1. I finally decided to give The Night Circus a go. Besides, I found out that Traveler can currently be read on Goodreads...so I will oblige (jk).

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  2. The Lunar Chronicles! I've had the Night Circus on my TBR for a long time now, I really need to get to it.

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  3. I haven't started Cinder yet but it's sitting on my shelf waiting for me! Can't wait to get lost in that series!
    Megan @ Books i View

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  4. Really hope I get to Cinder and Scarlet soon. Heard great things about them :)

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  5. I definitely have to read The Lunar Chronicles still. Glad they were the best ones this year!

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  6. Ahh, I was going to choose The Night Circus! Seraphina was an awesome read for me too :) But The Night Cirus-gorgeous, gorgeous writing!

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  7. The Night Circus is my favorite book of all time! I want to get 'Reveur' tattooed on my wrist some day. You obviously have good taste, so I'm off to see if Seraphina is available on audible, because I have a couple of credits to burn!

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