Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and The Bookish.
This week’s topics is: Books I have been forced to read
I haven’t had a lot of recommendations coming at me, mostly because I don’t know many people IRL that read as much as I do, so I’m usually the one giving recommendations. So, for today’s list, I thought that I would switch it up and list the top ten books that I have forced people to read or plan to force them to read *muhahaha*
The Hunger Games – I recommended this trilogy to my mom and a friend. My mom loved them and she flew through the books but my friend wasn’t too crazy about Mockingjay…or Katniss.
Divergent – My mom is actually reading this right now. She says that she likes what she has read so far.
Halfway to the Grave – I recommended this to a co-worker and she LOVED it! She borrowed all of the books in the series from me since I own them all (BTW, this is my favorite series EVER)
The Fault in our Stars – I let my mom borrow this one to read because I thought it would be something that she would like. She started on it but she didn’t finish it because of the cussing that I had forgotten about…OOPS.
Some Girls Bite – I recommended this series to a friend who loved vampires and of course she ended up loving this series.
A Hunger Like No Other – I recommended this one to the same co-worker that I mentioned above and she loved it as well.
Obsidian – I have been recommending this series to a friend for a long time, but she has yet to read it. But I’m very determined for her to meet Daemon!
First Grave on the Right – This series is one of the most hilarious that I have read so I immediately recommended them to a friend and she loved them as much as I did.
The Selection – I plan to force my mom to read this book once she gets done with the Divergent trilogy since she seems to like YA dystopian, I guess the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree 😀
Winter Longing – This book had me sobbing by the end of the first…(or second?) chapter so when I got finished with it, I immediately gave it to my mom to read and just as I expected she cried like a baby too.
Christy is a superhero who spends her days saving the lives of those who live in her small town and her nights with a book in her hands. Okay, a superhero may be a bit of a stretch, she's just a nurse who loves to read.