I know most people have already done their top books of 2016, and I was planning on doing mine within the first week of January, but I didn’t get around to it because of my uni work. But I still really wanted to share the top 10 books that I read in 2016. I read 60 books in 2016, and whilst I thoroughly enjoyed the majority of them, these are the ten that I enjoyed the most. I didn’t give all of these books 5 stars, but all of these books have stuck with me. I’ve listed the 4* books first, and then the 5*, but otherwise they aren’t in any particular order. Continue reading
The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas by John Boyne
My Goodreads rating: 4 out of 5 stars
I’ve never written a Top Ten Tuesday post before, but this weeks list really inspired me. This week is “Back to School Freebie”; anything back to school related. Out of the suggested lists, I’ve decided to go with “Books to Compliment a History Lesson”. I know this post is nearly two days late, but historical fiction is one of my favourite genres, so I thought it would be fun to share with you a few books that I’ve enjoyed that have taught me a lot about different historical periods.
Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature created by The Broke and The Bookish. Every Tuesday, a new list is posted, and other book bloggers are invited to post their top ten books that correspond to that list. You can find out more about Top Ten Tuesday here.