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Top Ten Books People Have Been Telling You That You MUST Read

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  1. OOoh I've read lots of these!! Cinder was a so-so read but I've been convinced to move onto Scarlet! Adore the Fever series! It's just remarkable! Liked Under the Never Sky trilogy! A unique kind of read! Couldn't get into a Discovery of Witches myself, only made it about 100 pages before calling it quits. LOOOOOOVE the Covenant series! Shatter Me was also a read I thought I wouldn't like but did. And just read the Mara Dyer books and they are awesome! Very mysterious!

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  2. Good stuff on this list! I do recommend Shatter Me. It is so uniquely written :)

  3. OMG!! You DEFINITELY need to read Mara Dyer. That is one of my favorite YA series by far. I also really enjoyed the entire Selection series. That is definitely worth reading as well. Cinder, Under the Never Sky, and A LOT of Armentrout's books are on my TBR list as well. Happy Reading!!

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  4. Awesome list!! The Fever series by Moning is by far one of my favourites as well as the Selection Series by Kiera Cass. The others I have yet to read. Awesome!! Happy Reading!!

  5. Interesting list! I've read Cinder, but I doubt I'd recommend it to anyone. I wasn't blown away. And A Discovery of Witches? The most boring... book... ever. I got about 100 pages in and got fed up.

  6. I've only read the Under the Never Sky trilogy but it was pretty interesting if you like dystopian books :)

    Eileen @ BookCatPin

  7. Oh Em...yes.yes.yes! Cinder Yes! Under the Never Sky yes. The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer yes. Shatter Me yes! Please! :) Thanks for stopping by my TTT earlier!

    Sandy @ Somewhere Only We Know

  8. I really love Cinder so I definitely reckon you should try that eventually. ;) I really did not get on well with Shatter Me but the third book?! Omg, be still my beating heart...I was perfection and I'm fully in love with that series now. xD
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  9. Cinder is so amazing! And the rest of the books in this series are just as good. I have only read Under the Never Sky but I am looking forward to the rest of the series. The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer is really weird and takes a while to get into but once the action starts you just can't put this book down.

  10. Cinder is really good! The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer and Shatter Me have been on my own to-read list for a looong time so I can't wait to see what you think of them :)


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