SO those are by favourite books I've read this year so far! Not all of them are 2014 releases but they all epic and you really do need to be reading them!
Click on the covers to see my reviews.
by Stephanie Perkins
I'm a little ashamed to admit this but I only read Anna and the French Kiss because it was on sale. It's the perfect YA contemporary and if you haven't read if for whatever reason it's time to go get your hands on a copy. It's brilliantly funny and a joy to read. You'll get lost in Paris with Anna and St. Clair and you'll be telling everyone you know about it.
by Kendare Blake
I think I'd seen this around a lot but it wasn't until I watched an interview with Daniel Paige and Marissa Meyer, where they both said that it was one of they're favourite YA's that I thought, okay I kinda have to read this now. It's creepy and terrifying and heart breaking and still funny. It has a romance that will melt your heart and a story that will drag you in.
Abi Ketner & Missy Kalicicki
I'm not going to lie, I don't usually like to ready self-published books because they have a habit of being less put together than others. However, I'm happy to report that Branded was amazing and well written and I'm a little bit in love with it. It's dystopian at it's best with character's you'll fall in love with. Definitely worth checking out!!
by Katie McGarry
I'm still yet to read the rest of the Pushing the Limits series by Katie but the one instalment I have read (Book 3) was unbelievably good. I think I dubbed McGarry Queen of Swoon and I stick by that claim. As far as characters go, these are some of the best I've ever read.
by Laura Kenyon
First comes love, then comes marriage then comes the baby in the baby carriage. That's not all... I can never remember the rest of that school yard rhyme but I'm pretty sure it didn't say anything about cheating husbands, magical booty call rings or a fairy godmother that just won't let go. This is Once Upon a Time meets Desperate Housewives. If you haven't yet, you need to be reading this book this summer!
by Matt Haig
Echo Boy restored by faith in YA sci-fi and I'm so freaking happy I read it. The word was intense and gritty and real. The character's new and interesting. It was a fast paced book that had me flipping through the pages faster than any other book this year.
by Rainbow Rowell
Oh boy. I don't know how I can call myself a YA reader the amount of YA books I haven't read! But I'm so glad that I was able to cross Fangirl off my list this year. It's a refreshing change from the prom queens and Buffy-esk character's I've been reading lately. This was my first Rowell book but I'm a little in love with her and have her other's waiting for me to read.
by Kasie West
I. LOVE. THIS. BOOK! I'm ready to trade in my little brother for some older ones and I'll also take a hottie next door to. Not that my neighbours aren't lovely, but they're the wrong side of 50 for a start. I really don't have much to say about this book, there aren't many words that really show just how brilliant it was. A must read for, well, everyone!
by Melissa de la Cruz
Apart from the fact this has to be the prettiest book I own The Ring & The Crown is also a bloody good read and a really interesting story. It's got magic and queens and a boxing bad boy and a devious prince. It has everything you could possibly want and more. If you only read one book this year make it this one.
by Sarah Ockler
My inner Nerd is in love with this book. My inner Nerd is in love with Sarah Ockler for writing this book. I've never read a book with quite so many nerd reverences before and I freaking loved it! I think all books should have debates on whether or not the Millennium Falcon is better than the Enterprise. And I mean come on, who doesn't compare their lives to an episode of The Walking Dead? No? Okay maybe it's just me then...
People of the Nerdolution unite and get reading! You can thank me later.
What are you're favourite books you've read this year?