Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Top Ten Favorite Books I Read in 2011

Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created hosted at The Broke and the Bookish.

My favourite books I read in 2011 in random order (linked to my reviews with summaries):

1.     Wake Unto Me by Lisa Cach

2.     Outlander by Diana Gabaldon

3.     Fatherland by Robert Harris:

4.     Fallen by Lauren Kate

5.     The Forgotten Garden by Kate Morton

6.     The Winter Ghosts by Kate Mosse

7.     The Vampire Lestat  by Anne Rice

8.     Shadow Souls by L. J. Smith

9.     Random Magic by Sasha Soren

10.  Forbidden by Tabitha Suzuma  

I cannot possibly stop at ten. I feel the following books would cry if I deny my love for them, so the list of my favourite books I read this year continues with:



  1. Lots of new-to-me titles! Thank you!

    I'm off to visit every blog with a Top Ten of 2011 list and add all the intriguing titles to my (already very lengthy) wishlist at Amazon. Thanks for your list!

    Here's my Top Ten Favorite Books I Read in 2011.

  2. I still have not read Fallen!
    I still have so many books to read.
    My tbr pile is ridiculous Lol

  3. Ooh love your list. Lots of new books on here that I haven't read before.

  4. Oh Outlander! That's one of my favorite books of all time! Great list.

  5. I read the Anne Rice books years and years ago, otherwise, most of these are new to me!

  6. I've heard really good things about Forbidden! I'll have to bump that up my TBR pile!

    Michele | Top 10

  7. Nice to see Forbidden on your list. Such a powerful read. I hope to read Outlander soon. It sounds amazing! Happy reading in 2012!

  8. Great list. I really want to read the Outlander series. Thanks for visiting my Top Ten. =]
    My Top Ten

  9. You have an awsome list and some great suggestions for me to try.

    Thanks for stopping by ;)

  10. I love the Anne Rice series. You have some other books on your list I can't wait to read either!

  11. I love Fallen and I've just got a copy of Interview with a Vampire so I can finally try Anne Rice's books!

    Thanks for stopping by Project to be Read :)

  12. I've only read Interview with the Vampire. Maybe I'll get to Anne Rice's other books one day. And Vampire Diaries, I may need to pick those books up. The other books sound very intriguing!

    Thanks for visiting my top ten.

  13. Read Fatherland some years ago. A good book but it creaped me out.


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