Top Ten Tuesday: Ten Of My Most Recent 5 Star Reads

Top Ten Tuesday: Ten Of My Most Recent 5 Star Reads

Top Ten Tuesday It’s been forever since I joined Top Ten Tuesday, and this week (uhm, a week ago) I was GOING to be on time. And then I left the finished post in my drafts and it’s been sitting there ever since. Argh. But, I really liked this theme and so I still want to share my ten most recent 5 star reads with you anyway.

Ten Of My Most Recent 5 Star Reads

  1. Twinkle Twinkle by Kaori Ekuni
    This is my most recent 5 star read. I absolutely adored it. A proper review will be coming soon!
  2. Chaos Walking (entire series) by Patrick Ness
    These books, these books! I still have not quite processed them. I really loved them (and also hated them just a little).
  3. The Color Purple by Alice Walker
    One of my favourite books I’ve read lately. Heart-breaking, breath-taking, beautiful, sad, funny, perfect. A must-read for everyone imho.
  4. Dear Leader: Poet, Spy, Escapee—A Look Inside North Korea by Jang Jin-sung
    Terrifying, and very impressive.
  5. A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness
    Another Ness. ALL THE TEARS.
  6. The Well of Loneliness by Radclyffe Hall
    Review here!
  7. Slade House by David Mitchell
    I love me some David Mitchell. This one was properly creepy and as usual I love how characters from his other books show up here and there.
  8. The Letter for the King by Tonke Dragt
    Gorgeous gorgeous (Dutch) children’s book. Loved this when I was a kid, loved it now. And it’s finally translated to English so you can allll enjoy it!
  9. De Gevleugelde by Arthur Japin
    I wish more of Japin’s work was translated to English. His historical fiction is gorgeous. This book was about the Brazilian Alberto Santos-Dumont and it once again did not disappoint.
  10. The Dark Forest by Cixin Liu
    This book made me hate everything. My review on Goodreads was literally 10 stars this book has ruined me send help. I am one of those “I hope we discover extraterrestrials in my lifetime!”-people, but this book is spot on about what would actually happen if we did XD

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