So, as you know Top 5 Tuesday is hosted by Bionic Bookworm I didn’t take part last week so I decided to use this post to join in as well as catch up from A – E as I hate not starting from the beginning.
So, let’s catch up from last week…
Abducted by T. R. Ragan (Lizzy Gardner #1)
This was the first audiobook that I listened too, it was so gripping and turned my drab 2 hour commutes interesting! I ended up listening to all of this series, apart from the newest I think.
The Butterfly Garden by Dot Hutchison (The Collector #1)
This is one of the best books that I read last year! I loved it so much, it was just supposed to be a trilogy which I had finished. However, a fourth book has recently been published and I have the eARC of it, I’m just too scared to read it as I’m worried that it will ruin the trilogy, does that make sense?
Cell 7 by Kerry Drewery (Cell Trilogy #1)
I stumbled across this in a charity shop, I really enjoyed it, I love big brother, dystopian, technological books and this ticked all those boxes. It’s the only book in this trilogy that I’ve read, but I do want to carry on with it soon.
Daisy in Chains by Sharon J. Bolton
Oh man! Have you ever wondered what goes through the heads of women who ‘fangirl’ and write to prisoners? Then you need to read it! I loved this so much more than I expected.
Eeny Meeny by M. J. Arlidge (D.I Helen Grace #1)
I’m not going to say too much about this book as I’ve mentioned it quite a lot in my older blog posts due to it being one of my best series, I need a new book to come out! I’m having serious withdrawals from Helen Grace!
This weeks Top 5 Tuesday…
Fierce Kingdom by Gin Phillips
Man this took me by surprise! It was not what I expected at all, the focus was on a mothers instinct to protect her son. As I’m a mother of a little boy who was just a baby when I read this it caught me in all the feels. As you know I’m not one to cry, but man that woman is a hero!
The Good Samaritan by John Marrs
This book kept me gripped! I loved the premise, I’ve never read anything like this before, can you actually trust those who are there to support you? I definitely recommend this! I would love to read it again for the first time.
Hangman by Daniel Cole (Fawkes and Baxter #2)
This is the second book, I loved Ragdoll which I read physically, I listened to this book and I’m not sure if that’s the reason why I didn’t feel as connected to the story. It was definitely still a good read, just didn’t live up to my expectations from Ragdoll.
Inferno by Dan Brown
This is my favourite Dan Brown book, I love anything that is to do with over population and trying to control it through a virus/plague. The movie is actually pretty good, but obviously the book is better in terms of detail and adventure.
Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte
I honestly can’t remember this book, I read it about 10 years ago in school and I don’t think I actually paid much attention to it so I can’t really say anything else about it.
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