Favourite Books of 2017

Today I'm going to be sharing my top favourite books of 2017! Of course, I could choose way more than 5, but ever since I created a Goodreads account I've always chosen 5 favourite books a year and made a GR shelf for them at the end of the year.

Here we go...

I read 112 books in 2017. 

Here and Gone // Review // This thriller is everything a thriller should be. I fell in love with the three-dimensional characters and their stories, and despite the book being around 400 pages, I whizzed through it in about a day. It's absolutely addictive. Definitely one of the best thrillers I have ever read. Highly, highly recommend it! 

Letters to the Lost // Review // THIS AMAZING BOOK IS SO UNDERRATED I CAN'T EVEN. The sparkling of romance is there, but what really makes this book stand out is its strong, positive themes of friendship and family. Not to mention its incredible, broken characters and gripping plot. It's a work of art. 

The Good Daughter // Review // This is another thriller, although probably the most intense one I've read this year or previously. The writing is gorgeous and tangible, the whole story is dark, disturbing and atmospheric, and the characters are beautifully damaged. It's a twisting, painful book, but absolutely excellent. 

Cress // Review // I started the Lunar Chronicles this year and just WOW. This series completely owned me. It made me feel everything - heartbreak, laughter,squealing, adrenaline, everything - and I fell head over heels in love with the characters and ships. Cress made this list because it, especially, stole my heart. 

Six of Crows // Review // I finally read SOC this year! WOOP!! And gosh did it blow me away and exceed my expectations. The characters are beyond amazing, the ships are too shippable for this life, and the story and prose are utterly stellar. There's a reason Bardugo's Queen. This is it. 

Hope you enjoyed reading through this post! What were your favourite books of 2017? 

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