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My Top Ten Favorite Books I Read In 2017 #TopTenTuesday

Top Ten Favorite Books Read In 2017 On Novels And Nonfiction

So I clearly missed the boat slightly on yesterday’s #TopTenTuesday topic but I still wanted to put up this post… I decided to include the Top Ten Tuesday hashtag anyways to make sure that I’m giving credit where credit is due 🙂

It was pretty hard to go through all my five stars reviews for the year and pick the 10 books that were the best – like picking favorite children. I tried to put the titles I ended up going with in approximate order of how much I loved them – most to least. And YES Eleanor Oliphant is at the top of the list, so for everyone who didn’t like it, you can just deal with it 😉 It’s my #1 for the year.

These are not all titles released in 2017, but rather just ones I read throughout the year. I hope you find some good options for your TBR, and if you want to know more about any of them, make sure to check out the full reviews I’ve linked to.

July 2017 @BookOfTheMonth Delivery: Reviews Of Dark Matter, Shrill and Final Girls

Book Of The Month July 2017 Reviews On Novels And Nonfiction

Book Of The Month is a subscription service that sends you one hardcover book per month out of five selections for a low monthly subscription fee. You can add 2 more titles to your monthly delivery for $9.99 each, and the price overall is very cheap for full-size hardcovers.

Book Of The Month is not paying me to promote their service. I just love it so much that I’ve turned my monthly deliveries into a feature on my blog 🙂 I do encourage you to try it though, because if you like hardcovers it’s a great deal.

You can use my referral link to sign up if you’re interested in trying it. You’ll get your first three months for just $9.99 each plus a cute tote. And I’ll get a free book when you join. Win, win!

My July selections for Book Of The Month were all pretty different from each other. Two were technically thrillers, but diametrically opposite in terms of what the genre can encompass. Dark Matter ended up being by far my favorite out of the three titles, and it’s definitely in my Top 5 Book Of The Month reads to date (idea for a new post once I’ve caught up with my BOTM reviews?). Shrill was funny and thought-provoking but felt like an anthology of articles more than anything, and I struggled with whether to give Final Girls 2 or 3 stars (before settling on 3). Read my reviews to find out why.

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