Top Ten Tuesday | Best Books of 2016 (So Far)
I like to make a fuss (in a good way) about the best books I read throughout the year with an annual end-of-the-year collective post that spotlights those novels. This is why I don’t take the time to make a list of the books best loved mid-year. But today an exception has been made.
Reason being? It’s what the Top Ten Tuesday ladies ordered with the June 21st prompt.
The Broke and Bookish June 21st Topic
Top Ten Favorite 2016 Releases So Far This Year
There have (already) been some amazing novels this year. Yet in spite of this, I always hesitate sharing a “best of” list early in the year (or as is the case today, midway through). Regardless, I have enjoyed putting this list together because above all, we’re here to celebrate amazing fiction or books no matter the genre. In my case, that leaning is always towards fiction since I read very little non-fiction.
Let’s have a look at some of the novels (stressing this because there are countless others I am not featuring down below. The remedy? I'll have to make a proper deal - which might involve virtual confetti, over them in my end-of-year best of hullabaloo) that rank among my best novels in 2016.
1. Velvet Undercover by Teri Brown | I’ve been intending to read this one for a long time, and I finally read it this year. It was a lovely and charming WWI mystery about a heroine who is recruited to spy and the people she must keep at a distance because she doesn’t know who to trust! Amazon | Goodreads
BOOK REVIEW | Velvet Undercover by Teri Brown
That’s it for today’s edition of Top Ten Tuesday. So far the bookish portion of 2016 has shaped up to be amazing. So many great reads, talented authors and uniquely enchanting stories among them. What are some of your favorite reads of this year? Hit the comments with your top picks, and if you’d like, share your Top Ten Tuesday links. I’d love to visit.
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