Top Ten Books To Read In 2016

Hello! Welcome to The Young Reader's Review! So here we are…Already the end of 2015. Is it just me, or did this year go by particularly quickly? Anyway, today is a special day so I need to do something special. So instead of doing a book review, I am going to list ten books that I read in 2015 that you need to read in 2016. Let’s get started!

1: 1984 by George Orwell

I cannot explain how amazing this book is. The writing is magnificent, and the ideas are very spine-tingling. It’s a must (If you want more information about it, go check out my very first blog review).

2: All The Bright Places by Jennifer Diven

It’s a very touching love story about two people in completely different worlds. But beware: keep a tissue box close while reading this.

3: Les Fleurs Du Mal by Charles Baudelaire

If you like poetry, you will love Baudelaire. His style is literally breathtaking. The poems in this book are very interesting and my personal favorite is “The Albatross”.

4: Hamlet by William Shakespeare

I am probably going to review this play in the future because I am absolutely obsessed with it.  Everything about it is pure genius from the character traits to the plot. This is definitely my favorite play written by Shakespeare, if not my favorite play in general.

5:Attack on Titan by Hajime Isayama

If you like mangas or you want to start reading them but you don’t know where to start, I strongly recommend this manga series. The drawings are excellent and the storyline is action-packed.

6: Divergent by Veronica Roth

It’s a very captivating and dynamic book that is very popular among teens. If you’ve read this, don’t forget to also read Insurgent and Allegiant!

7: Wonder by R. J Palacio

It’s a very unique and heart-warming book about a boy who’s different. It isn’t very difficult to read, but even an adult can enjoy this.

8: Brave New World by Aldous Huxley

I have already reviewed this book, but this is the sort of book that you just can’t stop reading because it’s so good. The plot resembles 1984, so if you liked 1984 you will most definitely like this.

9: The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

I am obsessed by this book! The writing is amazing and this classic will never get old. I will never cease to get amazed by Sherlock Holmes’ deductions.

10:  The Beginning of Everything by Robyn Schneider

It’s a very inspirational love story where the message is that something bad happens to everyone sometime in their lives but, we get over it.
So those are my top 10 books of 2015 that you need to read next year! Don’t forget to follow me on Google Plus (I only post book relating things) and to leave a comment below. Happy Holidays and see you next year ! ʕ•̫͡•ʔ

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