Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by the wonderful people over at The Broke and the Bookish
This week the list is, List 10 books you would recommend in x genre to to someone who doesn't read x genre.
The Hunger Games Trilogy - These books were the first true dystopians I read outside of books I had to read for school. I loved them and recommend them to everyone I know because I hope everyone else reads them and loves them too!
Divergent by Veronica Roth - When reading dystopian I find myself always looking for the next Hunger Games, and I think this one is it! This was just an all around great book!
Matched by Ally Condie - This was another good one. This one was more of a mental book for me, Other dystopians involve physically fighting, this one seemed more about taking control of yourself and your choices. I enjoyed it an look forward to reading the next one soon.
Possession by Elana Johnson - I absolutely adored this book! It was different and kept me turning the pages until I was done. The companion novel will be out soon and I can't wait to read that one either.
Bumped by Megan McCafferty - This one was different and involved a topic that I don't think many people would try to tackle in teen fiction. But Megan did this very well. I am actually dying to read the next book! I was left with quite a few questions and I really want answers.
Wither by Lauren DeStefano - This is another one that I thought was very well done but tackled a topic that most people would write about when writing for teens. When I started this book I really thought I was going to hate it, but by the end I was so sucked into the story that I couldn't believe it was finished. I am not so patiently waiting for the sequel to be released.
Under the Never Sky by Veronica Rossi - I really enjoyed this story, it was different and well written and a pleasure to sit and devour. Being a very new release I don't want to say much more than I loved it.
Gone Series by Michael Grant - This set of books is fantastic. On one hand I want to rush in and save these kids but on the other I am curious to see just how much they can deal with. I am so anxious to get my hands on the next installment in this series.
Birthmarked by Caragh M. O'Brien - I wasn't sure I was going to like this one when I started it, but once I was a handful of pages in it sunk its hooks into me and I just couldn't stop. I do look forward to reading the second book in this series soon.
Enclave by Ann Aguirre - The one was fantastic, There was so much to this book, and it at times was VERY creepy. I remember finishing this one and being so upset because waiting a year for the next one just seemed so cruel.