Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.
Today’s Top Ten Tuesday’s prompt is Books I enjoyed that are outside my comfort zone. These are in no particular order.
Books I Enjoyed That Are Outside My Comfort Zone
I absolutely loved You. The audiobook was AMAZING and I highly recommend it because the narrator has the perfect voice for Joe.
This was a book club read and I absolutely loved it. I’m not big on fantasy novels but I really loved this one.
Historical fiction isn’t really my jam. However, I participated in Multicultural Children’s Day and I loved the synopsis of All The Stars Denied. I really loved it and I felt like I learned something from reading it.
I read Next Year In Havana and I really loved it. I really loved the audiobook.
I had picked up the hardcopy at Wal-Mart and thought it was so weird. But I decided to try the audiobook and it was my first audiobook ever. I LOVED IT. I ended up buying the books and the audiobooks so I could enjoy the series. I still haven’t finished the rest of the books but I loved the first one.
The Raven Boys was another book club read, I listened the snippet of the audiobook and loved the narrator so I bought the audiobook and fell in love with the story. I bought all the books, however I finished the series because me and series don’t always work out.
I loved the cover, the title and the synopsis of this one. I borrowed the audiobook from the library and I enjoyed it.
I saw that Karen was releases her sophomore novel so I borrowed the audiobook from the library and I was intrigued with the story. I think I liked it better than One Of Us Is Lying.
I just finished Killing November a couple weeks ago and I was intrigued from the first page. I loved the world and I’m curious to see how the story continues.
The Poet X was my first book in verse and I liked it. I loved the audiobook. It was so intriguing and it is one of my top books of 2019 for sure.