Top Ten Books I’ve Read in 2013

Top Ten Tuesday is an original meme created by the wonderful blog, The Broke and the Bookish, as they are particularly fond of lists over there. All they ask is participants link back to the site to share their lists with fellow bloggers. Check out The Broke and the Bookish for details on this great weekly feature!

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1. Splintered – A. G. Howard
A beautiful, vivid fantasy complete with a swoonworthy romance.

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2. Pretty Girl-13 – Liz Coley
One of the creepiest, most intense books I’ve ever read. Gripping and powerful, a must-read debut.

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3. Fingerprints of You – Kristen-Paige Madonia
A road trip and romance. What more could you ask of a YA book?

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4. Crewel – Gennifer Albin
A really amazing, unique dystopian combining feminism, romance, and real weaving history.

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5. The Murmurings – Carly Anne West
Another creeptastic book that I adored. I don’t often read horror, but this smart, exciting read certainly made me want more.

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6. All You Never Wanted – Adele Griffin
Definitely the creepiest book I’ve ever read. Eating disorders and compulsive liars make this book a thrill ride.

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7. Dark Companion – Marta Acosta
An odd duck of a book that’ll keep you guessing.

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8. Son – Lois Lowry
The final book in a favorite childhood series.

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9. The Elite – Kiera Cass
The addictive sequel to The Selection. I still have no idea who America is going to choose, and I’m not sure who I want her to either.

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10. Nantucket Blue – Leila Howland
A charming summer romance that will leave you with warm fuzzy feelings.

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