Best Books of 2015


If you've been following my blog last year, you'll know I set myself the goal to read 50 books, I didn't quite make it and ended up with 38, but I'm still super proud of that. I really wanted to get back into reading last year and it's safe to say I've fallen back in love with reading. I thought I would do a little round up of my favourite books of 2015! I'll be starting a new goal of 50 books this year so stay tuned for more reading lists and reviews! 

I'll not bore you with facts about the books since I've already mentioned them a million times so you can just check out the links yourself, instead I've put them into little categories! 

Firstly A Book To Really Get You Thinking - "A Tale for the Time Being by Ruth Ozeki". 

Next up A Book Full of Intrigue & Magic - "The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern". 

Then A Book For The Grown Up Harry Potter - "Rivers of London by Ben Aaronovitch". 

Onto A Book For History Lovers With Mystery & A Sprinkle of Magic - "The Miniaturist by Jessie Burton". 

Then A Book With Twists That Will Blow Your Mind - "Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn". 

Next A Book That Takes You On A Journey - "Wild by Cheryl Strayed". 

Onto A Book That Keeps Getting Stranger - "More Than This by Patrick Ness". 

Finally A Book to Make You Cry - "All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven". 

I'd love to know what your favourite books of 2015 were! 

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  1. All The Bright Places was one of my favourite reads of 2015 too; really looking forward to seeing the film, though I'm sure it will make my eyes leak.
    Magonia by Maria Dahvana Headley was, by far, my favourite book of 2015.

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    1. Me too! Ooh I'll have to check that out! x

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  2. Great, I look forward to reading a few of these. I've read Gone Girl and loved that. You should try 'I let you go' (if you haven't already). It's a great book and very gripping.
    www.kirsty-y.blogspot.co.uk
    Kirsty x

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    1. Ooh thanks for the recommendation, I'll have to check that out! x

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  3. Rivers of London sounds right up my street! I will be ordering that on pay day :)
    Thanks for sharing these x

    x tink jayne x
    allabouttink.co.uk

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  4. Well done on 38 books! I rarely manage more than about 20 in a year (in spite of always saying I want to read more). I really enjoyed The Miniaturist too, but I found it pretty slow to start, it didn't really grab me until I was already about half way through. What's first up on your reading list for this year?

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    1. Yeah I thought the same! I've just finished reading Will Grayson Will Grayson by John Green & David Leuithan, it was pretty good! x

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  5. I love book recommendations, I really must read All the Bright Places this year - I personally loved The Girl On The Train in 2015, such a great book!

    Lucy | Forever September

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    1. I was going to put The Girl on the Train in my faves but totally forgot! Really enjoyed it! x

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  6. All the Bright Places and Gone Girl were two of my favourites from 2015 as well.
    Alicia :)
    http://bambidreaming.blogspot.co.uk

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