I made no secret of how much I loved this book in this post and this post, it very quickly became one of my favourite books of the summer, if not year. I’ve recommended it to so many people, I really can’t contain my love for The Winner’s Curse! I am so ridiculously excited for the sequel, I can’t wait for more Arin and Kestrel.
The One by Kiera Kass
In my opinion this was the perfect end to the trilogy, I got the ending I wanted, even if it took a while to get there.
Taking Names by Michelle Onuorah
I loved Type N, I thought it was really clever and interesting, and lucky for me Taking Names didn’t disappoint. I would definitely recommend this series.
More Than This by Patrick Ness
Patrick Ness blew me away with More Than This, I sat in awe for a very long time after reading it. It takes YA dystopia to a whole new level. I read this book before I started blogging, so I never reviewed it, but I urge you to read it!
The Maze Runner by James Dashner
Do I really need to say anything for this one? The Maze Runner is incredible and I can’t wait to start reading the second soon.
The Last Song by Nicholas Sparks
This book drained me emotionally. This was my first experience of Nicholas Sparks, but it won’t be my last.
The Manifesto On How To Be Interesting by Holly Bourne
This book started off my summer holiday, it was fun and hilarious. Not only did I love the book I also discovered an author that I really like!
Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell
My sister and I actually fangirled over this book, and now we both can’t wait to read Rainbow Rowell because if she can create such incredible characters in this book, then surely the rest will be no exception.
They’re the books that I loved in 2014, there’s probably more that I can’t remember, but these are the books that stood out to me. What books made your 2014? Let me know what your 2014 favourites are! If you’re new to the blog then I’d love you to follow me on Bloglovin’!
Type N by Michelle N. Onuorah
I first saw this book listed on a Goodread’s Giveaway, and after reading the premise I was smitten. Nicolette discovers that her blood does not fit into any known blood group, and when given to her sickly brother it not only heals him, but also cures him of his cancer. Research begins and it’s soon discovered that Nic’s blood is the cure to all known diseases, putting her in the spotlight to become the most sought-after citizen. I adored this book, the idea is so unique and fascinating, plus the man hunt that begins really ups the suspense and tension. After loving this book so much it’s no surprise that I think it would be great as a film!
Candor by Pam Bachorz