Unputdownable Reads – Top 5 Tuesday

There are so many books out there that I just can’t put down… but let’s see which ones I pick this week.

Top 5 Tuesday is a weekly meme that the lovely Bionic Bookworm does. If you are interested in doing any of her topics on your blog she welcomes it! Don’t forget to check out her upcoming topics if you’re interested in participating in future Top 5’s! Be sure to check out her topics here!

Unputdownable Reads:

Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor

I adored this book from the moment I picked it up, so of course, despite the size I just kept reading until I finished it. No regrets.

Furyborn by Claire Legrand

I loved jumping back and forth through time as I discovered these two Queens’ stories.

King of Fools by Amanda Foody

I was quickly drawn back into this world and loved getting to see more depth in the world building.

Finale by Stephanie Garber

Legendary hooked me because Garber gave me all of the world building that I was hoping for from the first book, so of course, after the end of Legendary I had to grab this as soon as it came out and devour it. (Currently in progress.)

Gemina by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff

As fun (and traumatizing) as Illuminae was, Gemina was the one that I could not put down.

What books were unputdownable for you? Do you agree with any of my picks? Let me know in the comments!

22 responses to “Unputdownable Reads – Top 5 Tuesday”

  1. I totally regret not adding Strange The Dreamer to my list. It took me a long time to get used to the writing style…. I think that’s why I didn’t think of it. But once that book gets going, there’s no way you can stop!!! Thanks for participating 🙂

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  2. OMG, Strange the Dreamer is on my list as well. I loved it and it was the same situation with me too. You’ve chosen some great sequels of series I’ve heard about only positive comments. Need to read Illuminae as soon as I can that is for sure.

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    • Oh yes, Illuminae was a little slow to start for some people but about halfway through, once all of the world building and plotting had been done everything ramped up and literally did not stop until the end of the third book.


    • Oh man, yeah, school always gets in the way. Luckily I actually had to read it for class, because it was part of a special award-winning book week theme so I had an excuse since I was reading AND doing schoolwork.


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