The Best of 2013


We thought that we would take a moment this holiday season and look back at all of the books we read this year.  It was an extensive list even though this blog was only started in May.  We read a lot more books than you see here.  That’s why practically everything on this blog has at least four stars.  We starting talking about how much we loved some of the books we read this year and decided to put our very favorites into a list.  Christmas is coming and any of these books would be a great gift to give or receive.  They are not in any order because we loved them equally.  This list doesn’t include any of the fantastic shorter fiction that we read this year.  That list will be a hard one to compile.  We’ve read some amazing short fiction.  We’ll have that list for you later in the month.  Enjoy our best of 2013.

Lynn’s List

1. Ice Forged by Gail Z. Martin

2. The Woodcutter by Kate Danley

3. Cursed by Lizzy Ford

4. The Flash Gold Chronicles by Lindsay Buroker

5. Starling by Leslie Livingston

6. Lady of Devices by Shelley Adina

7. Divergent by Veronica Roth

8. Allusive Aftershock by Susan Griscom

9. Ember by Jessica Sorensen (Original YA version)

10. Inescapable by Amy A. Bartol   (Review will post on Monday 12/16)

Jessica’s List

1. Something Wicked by Angela Campbell

2. The Book Thief by Markus Zusak

3. First Frost by Liz Dejesus

4. Tomorrow’s Sun by Becky Melby

5. The Frog Prince by Elle Lothlorien

6. Remembrance by Michelle Madow

7. Captured by Erica Stevens

8. Yellow Crocus by Laila Ibrahim

9. The Ugly Stepsister Strikes Back by Sariah Wilson

10. The Truth About Butterflies by Nancy Stephan


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