Hey guys! I know I have been totally neglecting my blog, but hopefully, I’m back and can keep up with it! I started a new job this week so hopefully, I’ll be able to stay organized and keep up with my posts! This week’s Top 5 Tuesday topic is ‘Top 5 Books starting with K-L-M-N-O.’ I thought this topic was going to be super easy but it actually turned out to be kind of a challenge. I can’t wait to see what you guys pick!
Top 5 Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by the lovely Shanah @BionicBookWorm. Each week we respond to that week’s topic and link back to her page. Go check out her page to join in!
I finished this not long ago and I really really liked it. It’s a dystopian novel about a guy who gets a chance to become a high-rank officer and discovers some things that the National Council had been hiding. It’s brilliantly written and easy to picture, unlike some sci-fi/dystopian novels. I highly recommend! Check out my review here.
It’s been a little bit since I read this book but it was really good as well. It’s an interesting twist on Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. My brother had read it in class and was telling me about it so I ended reading it as well. You should check it out! You can check out my review here.
Oh geez, it’s definitely been a while since I read this book and the rest of the series. I remember thinking this series was really interesting and cool. I enjoyed the movies as well. I haven’t read the prequel for this series and I recently bought it so I might actually be rereading it soon!
This book was kind of creepy. It’s supposedly a non-fiction book about a guy who he and his wife were some kind of paranormal researchers. After buying this doll, Norman, strange things began happening at their house. I can’t say that I 100% think this is true, but I can’t say that’s not either. If you’re into the paranormal or creepy dolls this book is for you! Check out my review here.
I recently finished this book as well and I liked it. There were some things I didn’t like, but they didn’t completely ruin the book. This book is supposed to be a modern retelling of Sense & Sensibility, but I’ve never read it so I’m not exactly sure. If you have read Sense & Sensibility you should read this and let me know if you think the comparison is true! Check out my review here.