Sunday, January 2, 2022

My Top 10 Books of 2021


Lists, lists, lists. I just LOVE lists. Who doesn't?! In this post you'll find my 10 favorite reads of 2021.

With this final list I hope to recommend some awesome books that you maybe haven't read. Want to know why I loved the book so much? You can click the cover to go to the full review!

I hope you'll find some nice books to read next year. Have fun reading this list and have a great 2022!


 
 
#1: Out of my Mind b y Sharon M. Draper. A GREAT book that was recommended to me by Jodi, a teacher from Chicago. I'm so glad that I read it and I have also read it in class right after I finished it myself. I plan to read it in class this year too! A very powerful and beautiful story.
#2: Empire of Storms by Sarah J. Maas. I remember Queen of Shadows being on place #2 last year. I do feel like I've waited too long to read Empire of Storms, but I loved every second, every drop of it. And that ending... Holy shit.

  

#3: Billy Summers by Stephen King. This book was one hell of a ride. I came to love this main character and this story was nothing I had expected. I received it as a birthday present and I'm so glad that I started listening to this book right away, because with an ending like this, it will be on my fave list for a long time!
#4: Always and Forever, Lara Jean by Jenny Han. I've read the first book a long time ago and decided that I'd love to read the whole trilogy and that's what I did! This final book was really good and I had a huge bookhangover after finishing it. In this book I was also very fond of Kitty.

 

#5: Morning Star by Pierce Brown. Sadly, this series was a buddy-read but my buddy didn't love the book as much as I did. I plan to read Iron Gold really soon, because I just love this series. This book was full of amazing plot twists, parts that made me cry and parts that made me laugh so hard. It's all I want in a book!
#6: The Anatomy of Desire by L.R. Dorn. I recommend reading this book as an audiobook. It's the most unique thing I've ever experienced. I do see a trend in my list, because this book also had a shocking ending to me and I seem to love that a lot!

 

#7: They Called Us Enemy by George Takei. I felt so educated after reading this book. It's a very impactful and powerful graphic novel. This book shows you the story during WWII you might not have heard and will teach you many things on the way.
#8: Project Hail Mary by Andy Weir. This book has won the Goodreads Award for best Science Fiction this year and that was deserved! The way this book was told; with flashbacks and you as a reader getting shrapnels of information was really great. I also LOVED the humor. And if you also loved this book; Fist my bump!

 

#9: Mother May I by Joshilyn Jackson. Another book with an amazing ending, in my opinion. It's a really dark book with a lot of tension. I'm also fan of books that play with the truth. This book leaves open spots for your own interpretation!
#10: The Paladin by Petra Landon. I've been a Petra Landon fan since day one and I feel like every fantasy love should read this series! This book was amazing and I remember reading it during my summer vacation. I just couldn't put it away. After this book I'm really excited for the next one!

Thank you for reading!
Did you read one of the books above?
Did you find something to your liking and added it to your TBR?

1 comment:

  1. This is a great list, Esther! I really want to read They Called Us Enemy. My husband got a copy as a gift awhile ago and you reminded me I need to borrow it from him. :-) I hope you have a great reading year in 2022!

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