Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Favorite Books of 2017

This week’s Top Ten Tuesday, hosted by The Broke and the Bookish, is: Top Ten Favorite Books of 2017. Here are mine, in no particular order (all links go to my review – Yes, I actually wrote proper reviews on all of these books!):


1. Ragdoll by Daniel Cole


2. Daisy in Chains by Sharon Bolton


3. Making Faces by Amy Harmon


4. Take a Bow by Elizabeth Eulberg


5. Now You See Me by SJ Bolton (AKA: Sharon Bolton)


6. Dating You/Hating You by Christian Lauren


7. Lies She Told by Cate Holahan


8. The Secret by Katerina Diamond


9. One of Us is Lying by Karen McManus


10. When It’s Real by Erin Watt

What are some of your favorite books you read this year?

36 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Favorite Books of 2017

    • Half isn’t bad at all! I hope you enjoyed those ones as much as I did. It was hard to narrow it down. The first few were my highest rated ones and the rest were all 4 stars and I had many more with the same rating so it’s hard to decide which ones really stand out.

  1. I’ve read a couple of these books and loved them. I have Ragdoll, Now You See Me, Take a Bow, and When It’s Real on my TBR all thanks to you. 🙂 I wish I could read Making Faces again for the first time. I loved that book so hard.

  2. Glad to see Lies She Told (I recently picked it up!) I was scared to read Ragdoll! I don’t know Making Faces….I’ll have to look it up!

  3. Great list! I had Ragdoll on my list, but regretfully had to take it off. It’s tough to list just 10!!
    I have One of Us is Lying, Now You See Me and Daisy in Chains on my TBR! All will hopefully be read next year 😊

  4. I have read One of Us is Lying from your list of 10 books and I liked it a lot. I also enjoyed my recent reads The Hanging Girl, Kissing Max Holden, Whisper, The Wicked Deep, The Hazel Wood, My Husband’s Wife, All the Crooked Saints, and Shades of Magic series 🙂

  5. I thin my favourite read this year was a book called The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield. I met the author at a book festival this year and fell in love with the story. One of those rare ones that I really struggled to put down. I’m looking forward to getting hold of her second book. 🙂

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