Happy Tuesday Guys,
It’s time for another Top 5 Tuesday though I keep on skipping this meme. Sorry, I’m a little busy. Anyway, this meme is hosted by Shanah @Bionic Book Worm and this week’s topic is “Books I’ve read because of Blogs/Youtube” but there are too few in my mind and so I just took the first five books that came in mind. Also some of them are literally recommended to me.
Without further ado, here they are…
Click the title to see my review.
Seriously, how can I not read this book? Everyone’s talking about Simon. Not only that all my favorite/trusted reviewers on Goodreads gave this book if not 5 stars, it’s 4.5. And so when the movie adaptation came out, and even that got such great reviews, I finally picked this book. And why oh why I didn’t read it sooner?
I read this book because of Nori. I loved her review and it was obvious she was captivated by this book and since I really trust her judgments on books, I decided to read this too. And I wasn’t disappointed you guys. This one is filled with wonderful characters.
I learned this book from Holly. She said it’s her favorite book and have read it few times and still liked it like the first time. Of course I was intrigued. This one deals with serious issues so be warned but I really loved it. The characters are amazing and the writing was excellent. This one is tear-jerker so prepare lots of tissues.
I think I saw this book from Priyasha’s post and thought I wanna give it a try. This book is the cutest, not only the main guy was swoon-worthy but also because the MCs are both movie-geeks. I loved it.
When I posted my LGBTQIAP Books on my TBR, Amber recommended this to me and I’m just glad I listened to her. As the title says, it has geekiness in it. But that’s not only what I loved about this book, it also a great representation of Bisexual characters and person with anxiety. I’ve read so few books that perfectly and accurately showed anxiety and this one is one of those few.
So there you have it guys. This is just five out of the books recommended to me. Have you read any of these? What do you think of them? Or are you planning to?