TTT: Best Books Of 2016

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It is that time of the week for another Top Ten Tuesday. It is an original feature/weekly meme created at The Broke and the Bookish in June 2010. This weeks topic is the top ten best books of 2016, so basically you are choosing your favourite books out of the ones you read in 2016. Now I read over 100 books this year, so I have a lot of books to consider and of course I have some honourable mentions :).  If you’ve been following this blog throughout the year most of these books probably won’t come as a surprise. As with other post I have linked each book to Wordery, as it is a great way to support my blog and get your hands on these books :). Onto my favourites!
Honourable mentions: The Bone Queen by Alison Croggon, Morning Star by Pierce Brown, The Wall of Storms by Ken Liu and The Bear and the Nightingale by Katherine Arden.
I have read so many great books this year, but I didn’t have too much difficulty narrowing down this list. I hope 2017 will be another great reading year :). What are some of your favourite books you’ve read this year? I would love to know. I hope you are all having a wonderful day and I will see you next time.

10 thoughts on “TTT: Best Books Of 2016

  1. I read Dune back in the early 90’s when I was in my early twenties. It blew me away at the time – I’ve often wondered if it would hold up all these years later.

    And congrats on W&P – that deserves a medal. I hope to reread it one day too – my translation was rather clunky and I’d like to try again with a good one.

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    1. Well I hope you enjoy Dune when you read it! There are so many books on my tbr and wish list! It is always growing! 🙂


    1. Yeah I think it’s a good place to start as it was my first time reading Tolstoy! It’s definitely a hefty one and I recommend putting aside time to read it! I hope to read Anna Karenina in 2017! Thank you!

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