Top books I read in 2017 aka books I would read again

Hello and welcome to my TOP BOOKS OF 2017. I know I’m a little late in the game but if you read my last post you’ll know that I took a bit of a break from blogging. Better late than never I guess. This post was a lot of fun to figure out. I really liked being able to look back at all the books I read (2017 was the first year I kept track of what books I read) and it was interesting to realize how few I would actually read again. Also a few of the books I read in 2017 were rereads already so I wasn’t sure if they belonged on this list or not but I tacked them on at the end in their own category.  So read on to see what the best books I read in 2017 were.  You can click on the title of each to read a full post on it.

The Elegance of the Hedgehog: because it made me think and feel and believe in the world

The Sun is Also a Star: because it was just so cute!!

Falling Kingdoms series: possibly not the best for me but oh so addictive. I’ve linked to the first book

Seraphina and Shadowscale: (It’s a duology) for it’s unique romance and amazing dragons

Eat Pray Love: because it made me think and laugh and contemplate life

Code Name Verity: because women are awesome and so is this book

Secret Life of Bees: just a wholesome book that made me think and feel and believe in the world

Wondla series: because it’s a magical middle grade adventure series in an awesome world (Even if I technically didn’t read the entire series)

Uprooted: because magic and awesome women. I almost didn’t include this book but I didn’t want to forget about it.

The Thrilling Adventures of Lovelace and Babbage: for being so quirky and smart and making me want to read it again

And three re-reads:

Little Women because it makes me so happy even while it preaches at me

Tale of Despereaux because who doesn’t love a brave mouse who falls in love with a princess

Jane Eyre– because come on, everyone has to read this book despite how weirdly creepy it is

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