This week is ‘Freebie week’ for TTT, so i decided to be simple and do ‘ten books i have read recently.’
The second book in the increasingly popular ‘Red Queen’ series, and it starts off pretty much where the last book left off. It has the perfect combination of action, fantasy, and a little bit of romance. Another great YA fantasy series.
I adore this book, it is heartbreaking and charming and touches on so many parts of childhood and growing up. Everyone can relate to something in this book.
The last book in one of my favourite YA series. This is a great end to the ‘Newsflesh Trilogy’. Georgia and Shaun are great characters, though my favourite part of the book is the new way they approached Zombies-how they are created, how the behave and how they are killed.
What can i say? A typical YA romance book with a trope used multiple times in fanfics (fake!boyfriend hell yes). It is a great romance book to read when you need a break from the dark dystopian YA books.
I love a good medical thriller, but i felt Death Benefit was only halfway there for me-especially as many of Robin Cook’s other books were great reads.
A very different book from what i normally read. I love Aziz’s voice throughout the book and it was a very interesting read and a great social commentary on how romance, dating, marriage and love has changed between the generations, driven primarily by the increasing presence of technology in out lives.
Another medical thriller, Patient is what drove me to read more books in this genre. With a massive plot twist, lots of science and an awesome female doctor it ticks all the boxes.
I had heard so much positivity regarding this book and decided to pick it up earlier this year. Not groundbreaking for me, and will not be the top of any of my lists, but it still is a good read. I relate far to much with Cath though….
I mentioned the second book in this series earlier and i had to include this one too. One of the first books i read this year it kicked off my YA book binge for the year.
An amazing emotional book-and it has so much relevance now. Great writing, storytelling and characters that you connect to instantly.
That concludes my TTT for this week. As always, share with me your lists and recommendations!