Thursday, December 25, 2014

The Reader's Antidote Top Ten of YA: Favorite "Reading Challenge" Books

This is a new category that I added, and I thought it would be interesting to catalog which ones that I read in those challenges were my favorite. There will still be ten of them, but next to each one, I'll indicate which challenge it came from.

  1. Into the Still Blue (Under the Never Sky #3) by Veronica Rossi: [And So It Ends Reading Challenge; Dystopia Reading Challenge] Such a great conclusion to this dystopian series!
  2. Sweet Reckoning (The Sweet Trilogy #3) by Wendy Higgins: [And So It Ends Reading Challenge] Another great conclusion to a beloved series.
  3. Sisters' Fate (Cahill Witch Chronicles #3) by Jessica Spotswood: [And So It Ends Reading Challenge] After the way the second one ended, I couldn't wait to read this one, and it didn't disappoint.
  4. These Broken Stars (Starbound #1) by Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner: [And So It Begins Reading Challenge; Better Late Than Never ARC Challenge] I had pretty high expectations for this book, and they were all met.
  5. Prisoner of Night and Fog (Prisoner of Night and Fog #1) by Anne Blankman: [And So It Begins Reading Challenge; Debut Author Challenge] I didn't know what to expect from this book, but I was pleasantly surprised by how amazing it was.
  6. Blackbird (Blackbird Duology #1) by Anna Carey: [And So It Begins Reading Challenge] The second-person POV was a little disorienting at first, but I began to really enjoy this book quickly.
  7. The Kiss of Deception (The Remnant Chronicles #1) by Mary E. Pearson: [And So It Begins Reading Challenge] This book totally blew me away. I mean, I'd heard it was good, but it kept me guessing until the end.
  8. Looking For Alaska by John Green: [TBR Pile Challenge] I wish I'd read this before TFiOS, but it was still a really great book. I wish they were making this into a movie instead of Paper Towns.
  9. The Catastrophic History of You and Me by Jess Rothenberg: [TBR Pile Challenge] This book completely blew me away; it was everything I was hoping for and so much more. It's definitely a book that sneaks up on you with the feels.
  10. Strange and Ever After (Something Strange and Deadly #3) by Susan Dennard: [And So It Ends Reading Challenge] This book broke my heart a thousand times over, but I'm so glad I could finish this amazing saga.

Did you find some favorites in your reading challenges? Let me know in the comments!

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