Welcome to another Top Ten Tuesday hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. This week we get to pick our top ten favorite books in any genre we want, so OF COURSE I go back to my roots and pick dystopia! It was a hard decision between dystopia and fantasy but next month's Book Bangin' theme is dystopia so I figure I might as well stick with a trend!
The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins--Obvi. Some of the best books I've ever read. These made me realize what a force YA books were and reminded me how much I love reading. I was in a slump and these pulled me back in.
Divergent by Veronica Roth--Again, obvi. I almost like these books more than The Hunger Games. I KNOW, BLASPHEMY! But I was addicted to Divergent from almost the start. I just fell in love with Tris and Four and this dystopian factioned Chicago.
Delirium by Lauren Oliver--Sigh. While the end of the series isn't too popular, I cannot stop loving Delirium and Pandemonium. Lena and Alex are some of my favs ever and I will never forget how they made me feel with those first two books.
The Beyond series by Kit Rocha--Ok, so I just finished the third book that comes out later this month and you guys...obsessed doesn't even begin to describe it. I LOVE LOVE LOVE these books. Smut to the max. These books are hardcore, dirty, and filled with big, bad tattooed men who will kick anyone's ass that even looks wrong at their woman. Oh gosh, I need a cold shower.
Enclave by Ann Aguirre--I think this series is so underrated. I love Deuce and Fade and think this dystopia of being forced underground is such a fantastic idea and realistic to a point if anything every happened above ground.
Unravel Me by Tahereh Mafi--Seriously? You need an explanation for this?
Through the Ever Night by Veronica Rossi--This book was an instant love for me. Aria and Perry and this crazy world inside a bubble and fake realms stole my heart.
The Giver by Lois Lowry--The origin of my love for dystopia. I have read this book more times than I can count and it never gets old. Love love love.
The Birthmarked series by Caragh O'Brien--I LOVE THESE BOOKS! Oh em gee, I cannot say enough good things about this series. I just fell in love with it and these were karma books for me. I needed them and they came to me :)
The Maze Runner by James Dashner--Thomas is one of my favorite fictional boys of all time. He is pure and good and so strong in his convictions for doing was is right. I adore him and these books just never stop moving!
Can't wait to see what you guys picked!! I hope somebody did dystopia so I can get some new book suggestions! :)