It's been a long time since I've last done a Top Ten Tuesday post. I just haven't the time to write a detailed TTT post. I have a LOT of books on my TBR, and since I've hauled quite a books this year, I have several unread books on my shelf already. But for the sake of this post, I'm going to talk about 10 backlist books on my Goodreads TBR, which I don't own yet.
I think we can decide by now, at least, that John Green writes to MAKE US WEEP. Why I love John Green books: The writing style is so unique and just sucks me in I honestly don't think about anything else while reading his books The plots are always new and different and I love them I become the characters and— I just love his writing style, okay? So I knew that I would love Turtles all the way down going in.
There's a reason Hoover is one of my favourite authors. Her books one-up the previous ones every single time. Seeing through the eyes of Merit Voss, who is part of a very complicated* family, we are taken on a very gripping ride. I am very thankful we're given an "intro" bit with the family because I would be very confused otherwise. Okay, I'll admit, I've been staring at the screen with my hands pressed to my cheeks for the past five minutes because I have absolutely NO CLUE how to go about this review. I AM SPEECHLESS. So forgive me if I'm all over the place[...]
Title: A bitter pill to swallow Author: Tiffany Gholar Genre: YA contemporary Published: 01 January 2016 Status: Standalone. Goodreads || Amazon || Amazon Kindle Synopsis: On the edge of the Chicago medical district, the Harrison School for Exceptional Youth looks like a castle in a snow globe. Janina has been there since she was ten years old,… Continue reading A bitter pill to swallow || all about mental health