Here’s my top 5:
5. School Spirits by Rachel Hawkins
Even though I’ve only read this recently, it’s climbed up high on my favourite books of this year list. Rachel Hawkins’ books always have that great mix of humour, drama and the paranormal and in this book it’s no exception. The story was good, the characters were good, the setting was ok.
4. Lost & Found by Nicole Williams
Another recent read that was just really good. It wasn’t based on the paranormal but on romance. It was really sweet and enjoyable to read. Rowen was such a opinionated narrator with her views on the world shown clearly. I loved reading from her perspective.
3. Scarlet by Marissa Meyer
I can’t fangirl enough about this book. The fairytale concept, the futuristic setting, Emperor Kai, cute personality Iko, Kai. It was the perfect second book for the Lunar Chronicles. We not only have badass Cinder narrating now, but also Scarlet Benoit and some chapters from Kai’s POV. I can’t wait for Cress!
2. Touch of Frost by Jennifer Estep
This book was just really fun to read. All this mythological crap just shoved into one hell of a story. It was kind of repetitive at times but other than that it was amazing. Seriously this is like the teenage version of Percy Jackson.
1. The Indigo Spell by Richelle Mead
Yep, that’s literally what my feelings were for this book. I love this series so much so it’s not surprising that this is my top book of 2013. Was it my most favorite book in the series? No. But it still give me Sydrian feels? It definitely did.
- Top 10 of 2013 (pandaheartsbooks.wordpress.com)