Monday, January 6, 2014

Day 6: Best Book of 2013

Welcome to Day 6 of Parajunkee’s Book Blogger’s New Year’s Challenge which I've decided to take part in to start the year off right.



Best Book of 2013:

I couldn’t pick just one best book of 2013 so I picked 3 :) These books all got glowing 5 out of 5 gnomes reviews.


My review for Eleanor & Park can be found here
This book has the best use of dual perspective it reads almost like poetry at times. You will be run through a whole gamut of emotions while reading.

My review for Man Made Boy can be found here
This book has a plethora of pieces that just go together oh so well. It has a refreshing take on the whole Frankenstein story and it is pretty darn fun too.

My review for Written in Red can be found here
Anne Bishop is one of my favorite authors and this book definitely doesn't disappoint. The world building is spectacular and you'll truly care about all the characters and want to know what everybody's story is.

22 comments:

  1. YEs Written in RED :) totally agree

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    1. Thanks :) Yes I love this book and can't wait to read the second one (I've had that one pre-ordered for quite a while.)

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  2. Nice choices. I just finished Written in Red - it was so different.

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    1. Thanks, yes I like how different each series is that she writes and I loved all the characters in Written in Red. :)

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  3. I loved Eleanor and Park! Honestly, there were so many moments where I just wanted to cry/scream/squeal! It ranks #2 on my list just below The Fault In Our Stars :)

    - Farhana @ Digesting The Words

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    1. Sweet, I really do love that book and I get to go to all of Rainbow Rowell's release parties because she's from my hometown. :)

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  4. Love the covers, and will be checking these out more, thanks for sharing, You can check mine out here: http://breathoflifebookreviews.blogspot.com/

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    1. Yeah these ones do have some great covers. Thanks for stopping by. :)

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  5. I've heard so much of Eleanor & Park I just can't wait to read it now. Seems like Rainbow Rowell is something else.

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    1. Sweet, you really should check it out it's so good. :) Yeah I like all her books that I've read so far.

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  6. I haven't seen Eleanor & Park as much as I thought I would. It's a great book! Thanks for stopping by!

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    1. I know I recommend it to everybody because it's such a great read. Thanks :)

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  7. Man Made Boy looks really good and I think I've heard of Eleanor & Park. I haven't read any of these but they look interesting.

    ~April @ Once Upon a Coffin

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    1. Yes, they are both interesting/intriguing in different ways. :)

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  8. I recently came across Eleanor & Park, looks like it'll be worth a read :)

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    1. Nice, here's hoping you love it when you read it. :)

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  9. I definitely never heard of Man Made Boy but gonna have to check it out! Great list

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    1. You should, it is quite the interesting take on Frankenstein. :)

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  10. I didn't fall in 100% love with Eleanor & Park but I did like her other books. I'll have to check out the other two you recommended!

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    1. Cool, yeah each of her books is really different. Nice here's hoping you like the other books.

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