Top Ten Tuesday | Books I Enjoyed That Are Outside My Comfort Zone

Posted September 3, 2019 by Tina in Memes, Top Ten Tuesday / 5 Comments

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

1. You by Caroline Kepnes


I absolutely loved You. The audiobook was AMAZING and I highly recommend it because the narrator has the perfect voice for Joe.

2. The Rithmatist by Brandon Sanderson


This was a book club read and I absolutely loved it. I’m not big on fantasy novels but I really loved this one.

3. All The Stars Denied by Guadalupe Garcia McCall


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.

4. Next Year In Havana by Chanel Cleeton


I read Next Year In Havana and I really loved it. I really loved the audiobook.

5. Illuminae by Amie Kaufman


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.

6. The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater


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.

7. One Of Us Is Lying by Karen M. McManus


I loved the cover, the title and the synopsis of this one. I borrowed the audiobook from the library and I enjoyed it.

8. Two Can Keep A Secret by Karen M. McManus


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.

9. Killing November by Adriana Mather


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.

10. The Poet X by Elizabeth Acevedo


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.

What are some of your favorite books that were out of your comfort zone?