Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Books I Recommend the Most

Top Ten Tuesday is a really awesome meme hosted at The Broke and the Bookish!

Top Ten Books I Recommend the Most

The Hunger Games by: Suzanne Collins
I've recommended this to everyone I know; I can't find anything about it that people won't like. It's got the perfect amount of action and meaning as well as great characters. Hence, it's something for the general human race and doesn't limit itself from either gender. I wanted the whole world to experience this amazing book!
 The Help by: Kathryn Stockett

I've recommended it to most people; it's just such an appealing piece of work. The characters are so funny, yet their story in general will make readers pity their situation. The Help is one of those books that kept me laughing and crying.

The Host by: Stephenie Meyer

I've recommended it to majority of my friends. Since it's one of my favorites, I naturally started blabbing to all my friends that they needed to read this book pronto whether they liked Twilight or not. This story is just wonderful!

The Catcher in the Rye by: J.D. Salinger

I've recommended it to those I believe will actually get something out of it. I'm hesitant to recommend this masterpiece, and I won't recommend it to people that can't handle it or won't be able to appreciate it. Holden Caulfield tends to be a bit much for some people.

The Fault in Our Stars by: John Green


The Diary of a Young Girl by: Anne Frank

I've recommended it to the people I know who will connect with Anne's personality. Because this diary doesn't just give us an insight to what the Jews of Eurpoe had to do to stay safe, it also gives us a personal insight to the valuable lives destroyed by Nazi Germany.

The Silver Kiss by: Annette Curtis Klause

I've recommended it to fans of paranormal romance, and it's probably my favorite book of the genre. There's something about it that flows like a contemporary, for even though Simon is a vampire, it's more than a cutesy paranormal love story. It's a story centered around death.

Under the Dome by: Stephen King

I've recommended it to my guy friends. Does that necessarily mean that girls won't enjoy it? Obviously not, because I liked it and I'm a female. However, there's nothing particularly girly about it. I feel like the male population will especially appreciate how action-packed it is.

 Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter by: Seth Grahame-Smith

I've recommended it to fans of historical fiction as well as major fans of Abraham Lincoln and Edgar Allen Poe. Seriously, these fictional connections between Abraham Lincoln and vampires (and between Lincoln and Poe) are endlessly amusing.

The Forest of Hands and Teeth by: Carrie Ryan

I've recommended it to fans of zombies and beautiful writing. I don't even like zombies but I loved this book! The dystopian setting makes us feel stuck in the past instead of a very bleak future, and Mary's story was filled with suspense.

Even though I naturally recommend different types of books for different people, I see that most of what I do recommend are some of my favorites... I wonder if I'm actually recommending or if I'm just being a crazed fan girl! Well, either way, I want someone to be excited with when it comes to these awesome books.

Have a great Tuesday!


  1. Oooh I want to read Under the dome and Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter! Thank you for reinforcing this!

    My Top Ten Tuesday!