Book recommendations are so valuable! All suggestions are so meaningful. Although I don’t stick to a given reading schedule, I check out all books recommended to me!
Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish in June 2010. It was then moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January 2018.
Each week Jana gives a prompt, and we respond with our own Top 10 list.
You’re more than welcome to participate, but link your page back to Jana’s TTT post!
10 Most Recent Book Recommendations
Here are the 10 books I’ve read recently, because of recommendations!
The Rage of Dragons by Evan Winter: Currently reading for the B2Weird Book Club!
Disappearing Earth by Julia Phillips: I received this recommendation from my local library’s book club!
Audubon’s Sparrow by Juditha Dowd: This is another library book recommendation. A lovely work in poetry, talking about Lucy Bakewell’s life.
Cemetery Boys by Aiden Thomas: After reading rave reviews on Twitter, I had to preorder! This is a supernatural LGBTQ+ story I couldn’t miss! I also received an eARC through Edelweiss, so I had a chance to enjoy. I wasn’t disappointed!
Lock Every Door by Riley Sager: When Kayla of BooksandLala mentioned this thriller, I had to read it. A house sitter in New York City, with disappearing housemates? I was immediately drawn in!
A Blade So Black by L.L. McKinney: I stumbled across this Alice and Wonderland retelling. I’m waiting for the third installment. I’m such a fan!
The City We Became by N.K. Jemisin: This is another book recommendation through the B2Weird Book Club. I’m so happy that I discovered this group! They certainly know good fantasy tales!
The Dutch House by Ann Patchett: One more book from my local library’s book club. This one truly resonated, since a supporting character has Type 1 Diabetes. Some scenes hit close to home!
City of Ghosts by Victoria Schwab: Common Spence recommended this story. It was my first foray into Victoria Schwab’s work. I love Cassidy Blake’s adventures!
We Hunt the Flame by Hafsah Faizal: This is another Booktube recommendation, but can’t remember the video. I. Love. This. Story! January 2021 can’t come fast enough!