My Top 5 Most Recommended Books

Whether you’re looking for a good read in the middle of quarantine, or are simply curious to see what I’ve recommended, I’ve narrowed down my list of favorite books to just five. They follow no particular genre, age group, or pattern, and they aren’t in any particular order.

1 The lunar Chronicles

Probably my top favorite book series of all time, if I had to choose. These are a mix of the genres sci-fi/fantasy/romance/fairy tale! Marissa Meyer combines all the aspects so well, and they’re very well written.



2 Tales of Tarsurella

This series is filled with the most likable characters. I’ve not yet finished the series, but I absolutely love what I have read!



3 Living in a Gray World

This is a non-fiction Christian book, the only nonfiction on this list. It’s a really engaging book, and very relevant to our culture. Plus it’s written by a guy named Preston Sprinkle!



4 The Green Ember

So this one is a little trickier and I should start off with a disclaimer. This is a middle grade novel, and can be somewhat dark. The author just finished the series this year. They were super engaging, and I loved them, especially the plot!



5 The Divided Nation

This is a series, but only the first book has been released so far. It was honestly one of the best and most thought-provoking dystopian novels I’ve read in a long time!



And that’s it! You should really go check out those novels, and if you’re interested in a top five romance novel/top five fantasy/top five non-fiction etc. let me know what you’re thinking!

As always, remember to like, comment, or share, whatever floats your boat! Until next time!

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