Book Lists

10 Favourite Books Released Over The Last 10 Years!

Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish and is now hosted by Jana at That Artsy Reader Girl.
Now I know what your thinking, Blair that was yesterday!
I know this and that is why I haven’t classed it officially as part of the Top Ten Tuesday. Also because I’m not taking part in this properly I decided to add a runner up for each year.

There will be winners as well as runners up because I just can’t help it! Seeing as there are so many books to get through, I won’t be listing the synopsis for them, what I have done is linked each of the titles to their respective Goodreads page. Once again, you’re welcome!

Let’s get started…

2009

Winner

The Hypnotist by Lars Kepler – Let’s be honest, everyone knows that Lars Kepler writes my favourite books of all time so of course these books will be scattered throughout this post.

Runner Up

The Crucifix Killer by Chris Carter – I love this series, I’ve only read half of them and being honest not in the correct order, but they are sooo good!

2010

Winner

The Executioner by Chris Carter – No surprise Chris Carter has shown up again..

Runner Up

The Nightmare by Lars Kepler – Oh look at that, Lars Kepler here again!

2011

Winner

The Psychopath Test by Jon Ronson – If you enjoy Louis Theroux’s documentaries then I definitely recommend reading Jon Ronson books. I really love them, another of my favourites of his is So, you’ve been publicly shamed. I would love more people to read these books!

Runner Up

Legend by Marie Lu – I listened to this on audiobook at the beginning of this month and I really enjoyed it, so looking forward to continuing with the series.

2012

Winner

Cinder by Marissa Meyer – I didn’t expect to love this as much as I did, fingers crossed the rest of the series doesn’t disappoint.

Runner Up

Wool by Hugh Howey – I’m really into dystopian books and I really enjoyed it.

2013

Winner

I’m travelling Alone by Samuel Bjork – You can find my Nordic Noir post here where I mention this.

Runner Up

Inferno by Dan Brown – such a fab adventure!

2014

Winner

Eeny Meeny by M.J. Arlidge – One of my top five favourite series (I may do a post on this soon)

Runner Up

I Let You Go by Claire Mackintosh – A seriously emotional roller-coaster!

2015

Winner

The Hiding Place by John Burley – This is so under rated, such a thriller!

Runner Up

The Kind Worth Killing by Peter Swanson – Two strangers meet in an airport and plan to murder? Hell Yes!!

2016

Winner

Daisy in Chains by Sharon J Bolton – Even serial killers have fans! I loved the format of this book especially the letters written to and from prisoners.

Runner Up

The Butterfly Garden by Dot Hutchison – I explain more about this series here.

2017

Winner

Stalker by Lars Kepler – You can find my full review here.

Runner Up

The Crow Girl by Erik Axl Sund – I talk about it more here.

2018

Winner

Down to the Woods by M. J. Arlidge – Again, I just love M.J. Arlidge books, I recommend them to everyone!

Runner Up

The Innocent Wife by Amy Lloyd – I rave about this book quite a lot! This is perfect for those who loved ‘The Making of a Murderer’ documentary on Netflix. I may have to listen to the audiobook of this as I don’t reread books but I may have to make an exception for this.

2019 (So Far)

Winner

Before She Knew Him by Peter Swanson – You can find my review here.

Runner Up

My Lovely Wife by Samantha Downing – My review for this is here.

Phew! That was a serious blast from the past!
Do you have a favourite books list from a certain length of time? I would love to read them!

See you in the next one…

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