Top 10 Books You Need to Read

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 Top 10 Books You Need to Read

My Top Ten Favorite Books You MUST Read

New books, old books, popular books, not so popular books. Here's the list of my top ten favorite books I have ever read;

 

 

#10. Soul Screamers By Rachel Vincent

I haven't really heard much about this book series but it was very good. I saw them on the shelve at Chapters and thought they looked deep (wannabe emo phase, not even my real one). But I'm happy I got them because I thoroughly enjoyed them and would definitely recommend the series to you.

Book Summary: http://www.thebookbag.co.uk/reviews/index.php?title=Soul_Screamers:_My_Soul_to_Take_by_Rachel_Vincent

#9. Divergent By Veronica Roth

At one point I was in love with these books, and then I read better books, but I still love the series. I went to see one of The Hungar Games movies and saw an advertisement for the first divergent movie. I had no idea before that that they were making a movie. I saw hair being cut and starting nudging my mom's arm because I knew exactly what movie it was for, I was super excited. In the end, I was disappointed because the movie was nothing like the book. The second one was even worse, but that's not the point. The point is the books are good so I recommend you read them.

Book Summary: http://veronicarothbooks.blogspot.ca/2010/09/divergent-cover-and-summary.html

#8. Holes By Louis Sachar

I know this is pretty much a children's book but I love it. I don't know what else to say but read it, and then watch the movie!

Book summary: http://www.shmoop.com/holes/summary.html

 

#7. The Fifth Wave By Rick Yancey

I went to the theatre a couple days after The Fifth Wave was released, I wasn't expecting anything amazing just a decent movie. But then I fell in love. I don't know what it was about that movie but I loved it, I loved it so much that I immediately ran (more like skipped) over to the book store across the street to buy the book. I love it, both the movie and book are highly recommended by me to anyone.

Book Summary: https://www.theguardian.com/childrens-books-site/2016/feb/06/the-5th-wave-rick-yancey-review

#6. Breathe By Sarah Crossan

This is such a great book, I've read it three times I love it so much. I love the message about destroying the planet that it addresses, it kind of reminds me of an adult version of The Lorax. I wouldn't say it's as well written as The Lorax, Dr. Suess really knows what he's doing; "Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better, it's not." Anyway, I love the way she gave her three different main characters such different and strong voices that you can always tell who you're reading about. I think it made it a lot less confusing than it could have been.

Book Summary: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/11544466-breathe

#5. Nerve By Jeanne Ryan

I'll be honest I only went to see the movie because Dave Franco is perfect and I love Emma Roberts. I ended up falling in love with the story and read the book in two days. I think the story is so unique and really exciting to read about. I highly encourage reading the book, and I highly recommend watching the movie because of Dave Franco, duh.

Book Summary: http://www.pluggedin.ca/book-reviews/nerve/

#4. The Fault In Our Stars By John Green

This book and movie are extremely popular, if you haven't heard of it, you probably live under a rock. I cried the entire second half of the book staining my blanket with mascara. I went with my step mom to watch the movie, the entire theatre was packed with crying girls with entire tissue boxes in their bags. If you've never read the book or seen the movie you must do both.

Book Summary: https://www.theguardian.com/books/2013/nov/17/review-fault-in-our-stars-john-green

#3. Before I Fall By Lauren Oliver

I first heard about this book after I watched the movie, I fell in love with the idea and message and needed to read the book. I read the book in three days I was so obsessed, I also convinced many of my friends to read the book after I was finished. Both the movie and the book were fabulously made. All the actors in the movie were amazing at portraying the characters from the book, I'm often upset about how books are portrayed in movies but this one didn't upset me at all, I recommend both the book and the movie.

Book Summary: http://www.laurenoliverbooks.com/before_i_fall.php

#2. Unwind By Neal Shusterman

I was first introduced to the book series by my English teacher three years ago, since then I have read the whole series twice. I'm absolutely obsessed with the series, it is by far my favorite book series I have ever read. It was a really hard decision on which should be first place, in the end, I went with Thirteen Reasons Why but this was a close second. I love the style of writing, all the different perspectives made the book interesting and made me want to read on. I'm 200% reading the series again in the near future.

Book Summary: http://study.com/academy/lesson/unwind-by-neal-shusterman-summary-characters.html

#1. Thirteen Reasons Why By Jay Asher

I read this amazing book by Jay Asher about four years ago after receiving it for my birthday. I loved it, that's why when I found out they were turning it into a tv show on Netflix. And I, like everyone else who had a Netflix account, immediately watched all thirteen episodes when it was released onto Netflix. If you haven't watched it or read stop what you're doing right now and go do both. Although I loved the tv show, the book was so much better I highly recommend the book to anyone.

Book Summary: http://www.thirteenreasonswhy.com/thirteenreasonswhy.html

 

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