What is it?
Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together. (via That Artsy Reader Girl‘s blog). But more than sharing books with you, my mission here is going to be to convince you to read them!
Theme of the day: Colourful book covers (but make it rainbow, because why not?)
Where do I start with this book? If you liked Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens agenda, which I highly recommend to read before this one, you should check the other novels in the Creekwood verse. Molly is a very touching girl, full of uncertainties about her life, her sexuality and her future. She is a strong character you won’t struggle to get attached to, I am sure of it.
Do I really need to introduce the Throne of Glass series? I think it is famous enough and I do not wish to promote problematic authors. But I do believe that as long as you are aware of it, you are free to do whatever you wish.
This one I have on my digital shelves, and I am so very impatient to get to it. It got released the 15 of April and deals with identity and how to accept your own life and struggle when you are so busy living in the skin of someone that is not your true you. But make it a feel good rom-com!
Of course, there is an Alice Oseman’s book in this list, and it might not be the last one I share. Because, I do believe Alice is one of the more inspiring people and authors out there. Not only because she has a lot of diversity in her work, but also because the narration of her stories are more than real. It feels like you are reading the paths your mind can take when uncertainty strikes.
Let’s put some powerful essays in this list, shall we? This one isn’t about the hate of men, but more about why so many women always say they do hate men. It is balanced and strong and I adored this essay with my whole heart. I wish more people could read it, because it isn’t an apology of men hate, more of an explanation on the reasons this sentence became such a thing.
I would love to give you a million reasons to read this book, but I haven’t read it yet. It is a sapphic romance with a cinematic background, so of course I am very hyped about it.
This is not my favourite book by V.E.Schwab, but I think it has something to do with the French translation. What is amazing about this book, is the fact the characters are mentally grey. You don’t have a good and a bad guy, but two characters fighting for their wills. I highly recommend it.
Maybe one of my favourite feminist books. It is the kind of book that will echo in you forever, by its story, its message and the way it is written. I won’t tell you more about it, but if you are looking for a feminist YA novel to read, please consider checking this one out.
Okay, listen up. This book is a one-shot. It takes place in a moving circus. The main character is a girl with NO EYES, who can create illusions. Do you need more infos that would make you add this book to your wish list? There is a beautiful romance in it.
I haven’t read anything by Sally Thorne, but this one is on my wishlist this it’s release on the 13rd of April. It sounds cute and powerful and still fun and light, so YES PLEASE. Sounds like a great summer romance.
Next week theme: Animal from books (I am not sure to do it)
This is all for today people, have you read some of those? Are some of them on your wishlist? Did you add some to it after reading this article?
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