Hey sweeties. Today I’m here with this week’s Top Ten Tuesday post. TTT is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish and this week’s topic is the top ten books I read in 2014. I read many-many books this year so I'm going to go with naming top ten (drum rolls) sequels! Soo my top ten sequels of 2014 are...
My picks are in no particular order.
If you regularly read my blog you must know that I love The Selection series. You can say anything but I'll still think it's really creative and that by the third book not only the characters developed a lot, but Kiera Cass' writing style as well. I'm glad I didn't give up on this series when I couldn't get into the book immediately because I'd have left out on a great adventure.
I said it before, but I'll say it again, start this series if you haven't yet because these books just keep getting better and better.
I'm not fond of Adrian's POV, even though I love him, but I did enjoy The Fiery Heart and was glad to yet again found Mead's another YA book that just sucks you in.
I didn't expect much from this book. I wrote off Lauren as a fake party girl who doesn't give two shits about other people. Boy, was I wrong! The characters were amazing and I just adored how the previous main characters popped up in this.
After two books of pure perfection I was sure Samantha Young was going to fail me (which she did with Fall from India Place but that's another story) but she made me fall in love with yet another set of characters. Loved it!
Saying that I was skeptical about this book would be an understatement. I didn't really enjoyed Days of Blood & Starlight and was mortified when I realised how many unsold things Laini Taylor left for the last book. In the end everything was unfolded neatly and the characters developed tons too.
Even though Ashes to Ashes was a HUGE disappointment, Fire with Fire didn't leave me anything to desire for. It was much better than the first book, the relationships were really well-written and the characters developed a lot too. Wonderful read!
This was my favorite book from the trilogy even though I figured out the mystery waay before Cassel. Anyhow read this trilogy if you like mystery because it was freaking amazing.
And yet again Maggie Stiefvater delivered what we expected: a colorful sequel to the Raven Boys. I wouldn't say I didn't have problems with Blue Lily, Lily Blue but they weren't enough to make me give anything less than 5 stars to this masterpiece.
Not my favorite trilogy but The Scorch Trials were amazing! Loved every minute of reading it. There was always something new that was happening and I could never be sure of who to trust and who to hate.
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Thanks for stopping by and taking a look at my list. Tell me your favorite sequels in the comments and don't forget to share with me your lists!