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Top Ten Tuesday: Books I've Read Because They Were Recommended


Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and The Bookish. This week's topic is eight books I read because they were recommended across the blogosphere.

Forever

The DUFF

My Life Next Door

City of Bones (The Mortal Instruments, #1)

Red Queen (Red Queen, #1)

Wallbanger (Cocktail, #1)

The Selection (The Selection, #1)

Did I Mention I Love You? (The DIMILY Trilogy, #1)


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  1. Cool picks! The only one I've read is Did I Mention I Love You? and I liked it, in spite of the whole stepbrother thing :)

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    1. Thanks for visiting! I'm glad you enjoyed Did I Mention I Love You? and I agree the stepbrother thing is a bit weird.

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  2. Red Queen looks good, I've been very curious and I have to say that cover is pretty good!

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    1. I would definitely recommend Red Queen. I couldn't put it down!

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  3. The Mortal Instruments and Red Queen are on my reading list based on lots of blogger recs.

    My TTT

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    1. That's great to hear! I hope you enjoy them both!

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  4. I'm reading The Duff soon for a challenge and I can't wait to see how it compares to the movie which I really enjoyed. :)

    Check out my TTT.

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    1. I really hope you enjoy The Duff. I haven't watched the movie yet but I definitely plan to.

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  5. Great list! I didn't do TTT this week, but I think practically every book I read nowadays is because someone on a blog somewhere brought it to my attention! :-)

    Nicole @ Feed Your Fiction Addiction

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    1. Thanks! I think I'll soon be at that point too! haha!

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  6. I definitely read My Life Nextdoor and Red Queen because of the hype around them too haha. Thanks for sharing and, as always, fabulous choices! <3

    ~ Zoe @ Stories on Stage

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  7. Quite a few of these are on my TBR because of the blogosphere too- but I haven't read them yet! I need to read Red Queen, My Life Next Door, and DIMILY. I liked City of Bones, but was kind of bored by the end of the series, and I read most of them pre-blogging hahha. I am on the fence about reading The Selection and The DUFF, but DO feel the blogosphere pressure ;) Great list!

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    1. Haha! I think we're all in the same boat nearly! So many books on TBRs in common this week.

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