Top Ten Books I Read in 2013

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The lovelies over at The Broke and The Bookish have asked a perfect question to wrap up the year!

In no particular order, here are my top ten reads of 2013:











Lisa is a gamer, crafter, fangirl, mother, wife and unabashed nerd who is pretty ridiculous and it's best you know that up front. When she's not binge watching Netflix or crafting into the wee hours of the night, you can find her spending a lot of her time on Pinterest and Twitter.

17 comments:

  1. Sometimes I wish I could go back & experience The Sky is Everywhere again for the first time. Such an amazing book!! You read quite a few good ones this year ;) Happy New Year, Lisa xo.

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    1. Seriously! It was just so beautiful and well done and balanced and PERFECT.

      And yes, I do think I have. :) Happy new year to you, my beautiful friend! oxoxo

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  2. The Fault in our Stars!! Still brings tears to my eyes when thinking about it. Happy New Year!My TTT

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  3. I have only read Siege and Storm! I have been wanting to read The Sky is Everywhere for a LONG time! I always go back and forth on The Fault in Our Stars... no joke... I bought it twice and returned it twice. haha I'm a chicken. Someday, maybe.

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  4. I am dying right now! Your list has so many of my all time favorite reads :) The Sky is Everywhere, The Song of Achilles and The Scorpio Races have all been on my fave books of the year lists before, I think. I'm SO glad you read Achilles - not enough people have, and it is phenomenal.

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  5. First off. I LOVE how you formatted this post with the cool circles and the titles. It's SO. PRETTY. And the quotes.


    I really need to read more of the books on your list - I've read a few and the ones I have I have LOVED.

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  6. I never get tired of seeing Harry Potter love. It's probably my favorite series. The Lunar Chronicles, and the Scorpio Races are my list, too. I listened to SR, and wow, the narrators were fantastic. I cannot wait to get my hands on Cress!

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  7. So many good books!

    Finn got Moby Dick A Ocean Primer for Christmas and I was going to ask you if you had saw those books. They are so cute.

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  8. Great picks! I love so many of the books on your list! I'm kind of jealous you got to read all of those in the same year :) I really need to read the Shadow and Bone books sometime. Maybe once they're all out.

    Happy reading in 2014

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  9. The Sky is Everywhere was one of my favorite 2012 reads and if I didn't have 10 books I loved from 2013 I would have totally tried to sneak it into my list. SO GOOD! Happy almost-2014!

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  10. I still need to read The Sky Is Everywhere, His Fair Assassin, and Siege and Storm. However, I seriously adored The Scorpio Races and The Fault In Our Stars, so good choices there. Hope 2014 is another great reading year for you!

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  11. One of these days I'll read The Sky Is Everywhere. I still see it pop up on lists. :)

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  12. So glad you finally read TFioS

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  13. Great list. You've got some really amazing books on your list. I read The Sky Is Everywhere in 2012 and I absolutely loved it, such a beautiful book! Happy New Year :) My TTT.

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  14. I love Frankie Landau-Banks too! I keep meaning to read The Sky is Everywhere, but it hasn't happened yet...maybe 2014 is the year?

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  15. I just read The Sky is Everywhere for the first time this year, too. It's AMAZING. Love TFIOS, Harry Potter, Frankie Landau-Banks, and Cinder, too! (Actually just finished Cinder today.)

    Happy New Year!

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  16. I love the graphics you made for this post, and the fact that you chose your favorite quotes to include too! That quote from Dark Triumph has convinced me that I MUST read the His Fair Assassin trilogy this year. I'm pretty sure you'd approve :)

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