Top Ten Tuesday : Top 10 Books Read This Year

Top Ten Tuesday is an original weekly meme created at the Broke and Bookish. Check out their blog and join in the fun !  

This week’s topic is Top 10 Books Read This Year and honestly, I think I’m going to find this post the easiest because I have only completed 11 so far ! 😀

You can click on the images to check out my ramblings on the books.

Before I go to the top ten, a quick mention of the one book I am leaving out in the process of choosing 10 out of 11.

four corners of night

Now coming to the top 10 !! 

10deja dead     9ad

 

the rainmaker     16600173

 

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Thats my Top 10 for 2014 so far ! How about you ? Have you read any of these ? Link your reviews of them and your TTT in the comments ! 🙂

 

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24 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday : Top 10 Books Read This Year

    1. I certainly can’t claim to have figured it out completely ! Just when I think I have an air-tight explanation, a small detail seems to throw things off. But thats what I love about it, not to mention the amazing writing. How about you ?

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    1. The title is from a poem by Pablo Neruda. I would recommend it if you are interested in knowing the history of the region through the author’s personal accounts.
      Thanks for stopping by ! I’m heading there now 🙂

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      1. Ahhh, sounds good. My background is advertising and marketing, so when I saw the title I was intrigued! Will have to look into it 🙂

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    1. Thank you so much for sharing it with me – it was a wonderful article. I couldn’t agree with you more. I guess as readers, we are so used to certain formats, being spoonfed endings and having everything spelt out that this book catches us off guard. I’ll admit, even I was quite surprised when I reached the end but then I re-read certain sections and it slowly grew on me. I too loved Tony’s matter-of-fact view of things, my favourite being “what possible evolutionary purpose could nostalgia serve ?” 🙂 If you find time, please check out my blog post on it.

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  1. To Kill a Mockingbird is wonderful! The movie and the book are just amazing.
    I wasn’t a huge fan of Deja Dead, but my dad thought it was great. I do love Bones (the TV show) though. I read it so long ago now, it’s a little scary!

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    1. I haven’t seen the movie yet but hope I do soon. I wasn’t all that captivated by Deja Dead either – a lot of the plot twists just seemed too convenient to be there. And how completely different it was from Bones was itself quite surprising.

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      1. Gregory Peck is an absolute god, you couldn’t cast Atticus better!
        I honestly don’t remember all that much about Deja Dead, just that I really expected it to be more than it was. Perhaps the series picks up? I know one of the others was on a bestseller list when I was working in a bookshop. Temperance was nothing like Bones! I guess they made it sexy for TV 😉

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