Sorry for the late upload, but yesterday was my birthday, and then when I thought I finally had time to sit down last night and write this up, I had to deal with a doggy emergency.
Everything is all good now, but it was late before I even had a chance to shower, so this post is going up really late.
In honor of turning 24 – which is still weird to think about, though it doesn’t feel different than 23 – I’m going to list 24 books that I love, and that I think everyone should read!
I’m not going to put all the books in a series, even if I loved the whole series, but these are 24 books that I’ve really loved. I’m also going to try to stay away from obvious titles like Harry Potter, Throne of Glass/ACOTAR, Mortal Instruments, Divergent, etc. Seeing as how the majority will probably have already read them or decided to not read them at all.
In no particular order, here we go!
- The Dead List – Jennifer L. Armentrout
- Stay With Me – Jennifer L. Armentrout
- Air Awakens – Elise Kova
- My Life with the Walter Boys – Ali Novak
- Invisible Ghosts – Robyn Schneider
- Heart of the Empire – Carrie Summers
- Stalking Jack the Ripper – Kerri Maniscalco
- Magnolia – Kristi Cook
- Letters to the Lost – Brigid Kemmerer
- Eragon – Christopher Paolini
- The Things They Carried – Tim O’Brien
- The Ancient One – T. A. Barron
- To Kill a Kingdom – Alexandra Christo
- Lucky Number Four – Amanda Jason
- Reliquary – Sarah Fine
- Royally Matched – Emma Chase
- The Martian – Andy Weir
- The Dreamer – E. J. Mellow
- Thicker Than Water – Brigid Kemmerer
- Half–Blood – Jennifer L. Armentrout
- On Dublin Street – Samantha Young
- Me and Earl and the Dying Girl – Jesse Andrews
- The Goddess Test – Aimee Carter
- Uglies – Scott Westerfeld
There’s no rhyme or reason as to why I picked these 24 books over all the others, this list could easily be hundreds long, but the ones I have listed here, are more or less the first that came to mind. I’ve enjoyed every single one of these books and I’ve even read them multiple times in some cases. It’s a pretty broad spectrum of books, and if you’ve read any (I’m sure you have) let me know your thoughts in the comments. Do you have a favorite out of what I’ve listed? Are there any books you’ve never heard of before?
Let me know!