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Top Ten Books I've Read So Far In 2015

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




What are the best books you've read so far this year?  
I have to give a shout-out to Rachel @ Waves of Fiction for recommending The Others series by Anne Bishop to me on my Rec' Me Something Good post last week.  I've only read the first book so far (above) but I am hooked!!

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  1. I have heard great things about Station Eleven, so I'm happy to see it on your list! My TTT!

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  2. Station Eleven is suppose to be amazing. Love that you have such a diverse group of books. My Top Ten Tuesday includes a lot of older titles but I'm using this year to get caught up.

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    1. Station Eleven is amazing!!! read it :-) you'll love it i hope x

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  3. I just finished Station Eleven. I am still digesting it and deciding if it is one of my yearly favorites or not. Here is my TTT

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  4. Ahh I loved Steering the Stars as well! Most of the rest of these are new to me, so thank you for giving me some new material for my TBR list :)
    My TTT

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    1. I'm so happy you also read Steering the Stars! I LOVE Autumn Doughton! Have you read On An Edge of Glass? That is my FAVE!!!!!!!!

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  5. I really liked Station Eleven. I NEED to read Marrow. I will have to check out some of the others you have here - Great list!

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  6. OOh nice! These are mostly new to me reads but I loved Written in Red! Still need to read the rest of the books but I plan to do so...at some point! LOL!

    Here's my Tuesday Post

    Have a GREAT day!

    Old Follower :)

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  7. Whoa so many nice books! How was Station Eleven - I'm still on the fence about that one.

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    1. I loved it as well as her first book, Last Night in Montreal -- she is a beautiful writer!!!

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  8. Wow!! All of these are new to me. I will have to check them out on Goodreads.

    Here is my TTT: http://www.jacquesbooknook.blogspot.com/2015/06/top-ten-tuesday-top-10-books-ive-read.html

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  9. Station Eleven is supposed to be fantastic! It's definitely one I'm going to read this year!

    Here's my TTT: http://bmariebooks.blogspot.co.uk/2015/06/top-ten-books-ive-read-so-far-in-2015.html

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  10. I don't know what is wrong with me. Written in Red was a DNF for me. I just could not get into it. Ah well to each there own I guess.


    http://mommywantstoread.blogspot.com/2015/06/top-ten-tuesday-top-ten-books-ive-read.html

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    1. Don't' worry about it! I have DNF'd so many books that other people love!

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  11. Oh wow, I am missing out, haven't read any of these but Seeing Stars looks good.

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  12. I want to read Written in Red, it has really good review. Nice picks!
    Here is My Top 10 Tuesday

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  13. I haven't read any of these novels yet, but Marrow has been on my TBR list for quite some time. Whenever I had the chance to buy it, though, I always changed my mind. Thanks for the recommendations you left on my blog. :)

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  14. Well obviously I need to research some of your best of books. I have only read Written in Red. Love that series so much!

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  15. I really need to read Marrow by Tarryn Fisher! I love her other books. I'm waiting for the third Never Never book to be released before I start that series though. The Deal sounds great! I love me some hockey. :)

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  16. We share Station Eleven! Great list!

    Check out my TTT.

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  17. Nice list of books!! Thanks for sharing your favorite reads of the year so far with us!! I have some new to me titles to check out and potentially add to my ever growing reading wishlist!!

    Here's a link to my TTT post for the week: http://captivatedreader.blogspot.com/2015/06/top-ten-tuesday-top-ten-books-ive-read.html

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  18. Steering the Stars sounds so great and that cover is gorgeous!

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  19. Great list! Glad to see The Hook Up and Written in Red on here! I love the other books in both of those series too, so I hope you enjoy them when you get to them. :)

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  20. I loved Tarryn Fisher's collab Never, Never so I'm excited to read Marrow. She seems like an ace at writing suspenseful novels :D Great list!

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  21. I didn't read any of this books but some of them will go to my wishlist.
    and thank your for your comment

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  22. Oh! I love that cover of Steering the Stars! And Station Eleven was amazing
    Missie @ A Flurry of Ponderings

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  23. I just did a book look on my blog for Marrow! Great list :D
    Jackie~

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  24. I haven't read any of these!! Station Eleven is on my TBR though. Great list! :D

    Here are my Top Ten!

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  25. I'm glad to see Station Eleven on your list because I've seen a lot of mixed feelings about it. I really want to read someday because a friend of mine loved it, too.

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  26. I haven't read any of these... so many books...! I really like the cover of Steering the Stars.

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  27. Ohh I haven't seen any of these before but now I have lots to look up on Goodreads so thanks! :)

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  28. Ohh I really want to read Station Eleven! It really sounds like my kind of book. And I LOOOOVE the cover for Steering the Stars! I mean, I obviously have to go look it up, because it looks like I need to own it ;) Fabulous list!

    Shannon @ It Starts At Midnight

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