Hello everyone! It's been a while since I've posted a Top Ten Tuesday so I decided to get back into it with this week's topic. I had to do some scrolling through Goodreads but I have a list!
Eleanor by Jason Gurley - Is anyone surprised that this is on my list? I took one look at the cover, read the synopsis and just decided to pick it up and read it without looking at any reviews and I'm so glad I did. (Review)
The Game of Love and Death by Martha Brockenbrough - I heard some things about this book before picking it up but I didn't really pay much attention to what people were saying. My main motivation for picking this one up was the comparison to The Night Circus which I really enjoyed. (Review)
The Weight of Feathers by Anna Marie McLemore - This is another book that gave me some Night Circus vibes with a touch of Romeo and Juliet mixed in. Also, that cover is so gorgeous I needed to pick it up and the writing!! (Review)
Jane's Melody by Ryan Winfield - This is one of those novels that I didn't hear anything about but I saw it at my library and it looked so pretty so I picked it up. Looking at the synopsis, it's definitely not something I would read but it ended up being a really touching story. (Review)
Scarlet by A.C. Gaughen - I read the synopsis of this book at the library and the words Robin Hood grabbed my attention so I decided to give it a shot. Three books later, this is definitely ranked high on my list of favorite trilogies. (Review)
Incarnation by Emma Cornwall - To be completely honest, I read one word in the summary and picked it up: Mordred. I can't remember when I read this book but I have a feeling it was post BBC Merlin finale. (Review)
City of a Thousand Dolls by Miriam Forster - I remember picking this book up from the library and reading the class systems on the first couple of pages and being super intrigued but it took me a while to actually pick it up to read. While reading, I wasn't super blown away but the minute I put the book down, I could not get it out of my mind. (Review)
Crimson Bound by Rosamund Hodge - I read Cruel Beauty and while I enjoyed it, I was way to confused. Crimson Bound came out in 2015 and I just ignored all the talk surrounding the novel because I wasn't interested. For some strange reason, I decided to pick it up and holy smokes my mind was blown. (Review)
Born at Midnight by CC Hunter - I have no idea why I picked this book or this series up. I'm not a huge fan of paranormal and from what I remember, the library had all the books and I felt like marathoning something. This series was a complete pleasant surprise and I still have to read the spin-off series. (Review)
So that's my list! Let me know what books made it on your list and which ones I should check out!