I thought I’d share the best and worst books I read in 2014 according to me. Going through all my posts, I felt like I surely missed a few gems from 2014, but hopefully I captured the good ones!
Best Books (In no particular order because I couldn’t possibly choose!!)
1. Heir of Fire (review to come) and Crown of Midnight by Sarah J. Maas
I love this author! These books are so epic. I can’t wait for more.
2. White Hot Kiss by Jennifer Armentrout
I LOVED this book! The love triangle was really well done and I thought it was really awesome that Jennifer let her readers vote on who would be the “winner.”
3. The Winner’s Curse by Marie Rutkowski
This book blew my mind. So. Good. I can’t wait for The Winner’s Crime.
4. The Forever Song by Julie Kawaga
What a wonderful end to this series. I will remember these characters forever.
5. Prince of Wolves series by Quinn Loftis
I fell head over heels in love with this wolf series. I want to go back through and read them all over again. Plus, I got to meet Quinn at the UtopYA conference and she was really sweet!
6. Upside Down by Lia Riley
This book surprised me and was so good I was dazed for days. I really need to get around to reading the rest of the series.
7. Ten Tiny Breaths by K.A. Tucker
This book really got me into New Adult. It’s another book I absolutely loved and need to finish the series.
8. Fire and Flood by Victoria Scott
I’m always in the mood for a good dystopian and this one called to my sense of adventure.
9. The Timber Wolves trilogy by Tammy Blackwell
I’m a sucker for werewolf stories and this was amazing!!
10. Kiss of Deception by Mary E. Pearson
This book was amazingly beautiful. Review to come!
And now the Worst Books I read in 2014!
1. Dire by Alyssa Rose Ivy
I was so disappointed that this novel didn’t deliver on it’s intriguing premise.
2.Fire of Stars and Dragons by Melissa A. Petreshock
This book broke my heart because it was so unfortunate. I was SO excited to read it and it was a huge combobulated mess.
3. Crewel by Gennifer Albin
It had great originality and world-building but the characters weren’t worth my time.
4. Cruel Beauty by Rosamund Hodge
I don’t get it! People love this book and I’d rather have a mass book-burning. I didn’t enjoy it. It was confusing and really strange.
What do you think? Do you agree or disagree with my choices?