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Top Ten Books You Would Classify As ALL TIME FAVORITE BOOKS from the past 3 years

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by the fab ladies at The Broke and the Bookish!

Basically, everything Tarryn Fisher. Forever and ever, amen.


  1. I totally agree about The Love Me With Lies series! I, unfortunately didn't like Mud Vein AT ALL. That was a huge disappointment to me, but I'm happy to hear you did. The Raven Cycle series by Maggie Stiefvater is fabulous! I just finished Blue Lily, Lily Blue and it was my favorite so far. I've seen Night Owl around and have been curious, so I guess I need to check that one out. Great post here, Eva! :)

    1. I think you would like Night Owl if you like the Love Me With Lies series -- they aren't really similar but there is honesty in both M. Pierce's writing and Tarryn's writing unlike anyone else!!

  2. Nice! These are all totally new to me reads! Great picks!

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  3. Nice list!! I included the Raven Boys this week as well. I can't wait for the final book in that series!!

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  4. The Raven Boys is on my list too. I also included The Dream Thieves because I absolutely adored the sequel.
    My TTT

    1. I could easily have included all three books -- it was hard to decide between The Raven Boys and Blue Lily, Lily Blue!!

  5. I haven't read any of these but I've heard lots of great things about The Raven Boys. I'm definitely going to need to pick that up soon!

  6. You know I love the Love Me With Lies books but I haven't tried the rest. Honestly, most are on my list but they scare me...

    1. I think? you would like The Raven Boys, Night Owl and How To Kill a Rock Star -- I will do a re-read if you decide to pick any of them up :)

  7. I have not read any of these :( A couple have peaked my interest though so I'll be looking them up :D

  8. Great list! The Raven Boys sounds so good though I still haven't read it. I love Maggie Stiefvater's writing style.
    Krystianna @ Downright Dystopian

  9. Love The Raven Boys! I just got Blue Lily to read on my roadtrip tomorrow!
    Missie @ A Flurry of Ponderings

  10. Ohh I MUST read The Raven Boys! I keep seeing it on everyone's lists, and it sounds so good. I am not really familiar with most of the others on your list, but they look interesting!
    Shannon @ It Starts At Midnight

  11. YESSSSS FOR THE RAVEN BOYS! Maggie Stiefvater is one of my favourite authors in the universe. XD Thanks for stopping by @ Paper Fury!


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