Top Ten Books I’ve Read in 2015 (So Far)

June 30, 2015 Top Ten Tuesday 18

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature/meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. This week’s topic is Top Ten Books I’ve Read So Far in 2015.

I’m only counting books I read for the first time in 2015, so although I reread some wonderful books, you won’t find them here. Also, not all of these debuted in 2015; some are older titles which I hadn’t read before. Rather than rank each book, I’ve just grouped them by how many stars I gave them. If I wrote a review, clicking on the cover should take you to it (and if it doesn’t, I haven’t posted a review yet!)

5 Stars

Uprooted (Naomi Novik)


4.5 Stars



4 Stars

Sharon Shinn_Summers At Castle Auburn
The Edge of Dreams (Rhys Bowen)
The Counterfeit Heiress (Tasha Alexander)


What are the ten best books you’ve read so far this year?

18 Responses to “Top Ten Books I’ve Read in 2015 (So Far)”

    • Lark_Bookwyrm

      I’m re-reading Dreaming Spies now, as I read it aloud to Robin – it’s just as good the second time. My library’s waiting list for The Liar was ridiculously long – I thought I would have to wait until September, but they relented and purchased 10 more copies. 🙂

    • Lark_Bookwyrm

      That’s a great list, Lory – and I have at least three on my TBR list already (The Fellowship, The Golem and the Jinni, and H is for Hawk.) I’ll have to check out the rest!

    • Lark_Bookwyrm

      Orphan Train was wonderful! And I’m so glad that The Counterfeit Heiress introduced me to Tasha Alexander. I’d been meaning to read her for years, and now I’m trying to make my way through the whole series.

    • Lark_Bookwyrm

      I hope you find some of these appealing! I know exactly what you mean about the ever-growing wishlist – mine is positively groaning!

    • Lark_Bookwyrm

      Beastkeeper and Uprooted are both wonderful! I loved your list, too – I haven’t read any of them, either, but Jackaby is high on my want-to-read list, as is are both the Harry Dresden and Sabriel series. And my husband enjoyed Gulp; I’ve been a slacker so far on the Mary Roach books, while he has plowed through pretty much all of them in audiobook.