TTT #76| First Ten Books I Reviewed

We have been having fun with Top Ten Tuesday, so we decided we will do one every week. This bookish meme was hosted by The Broke and the Bookish, and has been going since June 2010! Since January 2018 Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.

This week’s topic is the First Ten Books I Reviewed. I am going back on the blog to see what my first ten reviews were. It’s going to be fun to see what I started off with!

1 – Tower of Dawn – Sarah J. Maas I think it’s rather fitting that the first review ever posted on our blog is in the Throne of Glass series. We were both so excite to get our hands on this book. I’m happy this was our first buddy review on the blog. We’ve had a lot of good ones since then!

2 – What to Say Next – Julie Buxbaum I loved her book Tell Me Three Things and this one was just as good! This reminded me to look up this author and it was a pleasant surprise that her next book is releasing at the beginning of May. I need to read that!

3 – Autoboyography – Christina Lauren When this book was released, I saw it everywhere! A lot of people were loving it and that cover was amazing. This review is one I remember well, because it was the first time an author retweeted my review. That was a big fangirl moment for me!

4 – All the Things We Lost & All the Things We Found – Kayla Tirrell I’m so happy that the author was asking for reviewers for this trilogy! I loved these two books and their characters. I still read and review for this author today! She’s a lot of fun and has given us readers many amazing books!

5 – Fathom – Merrie Destefano Isabelle and I both read this book! It was an interesting story, but in the end it wasn’t a five star read for either of us. Reading about Celtic legends was very interesting, but certain events that took place and decisions the main character made didn’t always make sense!

6 – Meet Me Under the Stars – K.D. Proctor Around this time I also started reading romance and this was a good one to go with! Even though someone passing away was the reason these two characters found there way to each other, I loved watching them find their way back.

7 – If There’s No Tomorrow – Jennifer L. Armentrout She is one of my favorite authors and I think this is one of my favorite books by her. A friend of mine told me to have tissues ready while reading this. I started out wondering what she was talking about. Until I got to the part she was talking about, haha.

8 – Fire & Bone – Rachel Marks I was sold when I read this book was described as Gossip Girl meets Percy Jackson! I can’t imagine finding out your life isn’t all that it seems. Fire & Bone was addictive and the ending left me wanting more! Hopefully the sequel will be published soon.

9 – Emergence – S.G.D. Singh If you’ve been following our blog, you know how much Isabelle and I love this series, haha. We talk about it a lot, because it’s just that good! I really recommend this book to all YA fantasy lovers.

10 – All the Things We Were – Kayla Tirrell This is the third in final book in the trilogy of the two books that I mentioned earlier. Books one and two were already released when I started reading them, so I was lucky not to have to wait long for the last book. Even though this is the last book, I wouldn’t mind more with other characters we’ve met along the way!

So these are the first ten books I reviewed on the blog! What was the first book you reviewed? Feel free to leave your TTT link in the comments!

 

31 thoughts on “TTT #76| First Ten Books I Reviewed

  1. I’d like to read Buxbaum at some point, the covers of her books look so inviting. What To Say Next, as well as Tell Me Three Things just both look great.

    1. Definitely read some of them! She writes a few genres, so there’s plenty to choose from.

  2. I waited quite a while to read Tower of Dawn because I had some issues with Chaol in Queen of Shadows…but I shouldn’t have waited because it ended up being one of my favourites in the series. Oh, if you’re a big Armentrout fan, one of my blogging friends is too! Her blog is here if you want to discuss them with her: https://forever-fictional.blogspot.com

    Here’s my TTT for the week: https://clockworkbibliotheca.blogspot.com/2019/04/ttt-first-ten-books-i-reviewed.html
    Shayna recently posted…TTT: First Ten Books I ReviewedMy Profile

    1. Yes! I hear so many people say that. Chaol turns out to be so different in this book and I loved his journey and the other characters we meet along the way. Thank you for the tip. Will check out her blog.

  3. Throne of Glass was one of the earlier reviews on my blog, but it was my 11th review, so didn’t quite make the list this week, I just reviewed Tower of Dawn last year. It’s very satisfying to get complete series reviews, just need to finish Kingdom of Ash now.
    Jo recently posted…Top Ten Tuesday #208My Profile

    1. Same here! Need to finish KoA! I don’t want it to be over, but need to know how it ends.

    1. The way I write them is definitely different. I think my ratings would be the same though 😊

  4. What a brilliant book to start your reviewing journey with, she’s such a well loved author and I can’t wait to see what Sarah J Maas is working on next. That must have felt surreal seeing Christina Lauren promoting your review, it’s those little moments that really make connecting with reading and bloggers worthwhile isn’t it. What a fabulous list girls, looking forward to checking a few of these out!
    Kelly recently posted…The Boy Who Steals HousesMy Profile

    1. Yes, connecting with authors, bloggers and other readers is the best part of this world. I hope you enjoy the ones you check out!
      I can’t wait to see what Sarah J Maas does next. Very curious about the new series coming out next year.

    1. Yes, I love here rom-coms as well! Autoboyography is a bit different, but so good!!

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