Top 5 Wednesday – March 2, 2016

top5Hey Guys! Happy Wednesday! Top 5 Wednesday was created by Lainey over at Gingerreadslainey. If you didn’t already know, every week you’re given a topic where you have to respond with your top 5 books relating to that topic. If you’re curious and want to learn more, click here for the Goodreads group page.

This weeks topic is Biggest Book Hangover. Oh boy, I can be here for days. If you didn’t already know a book hangover is the inability to start a book because you can’t stop thinking about the last book you read. Now keep in mind this can be either because the book was good or bad. Now on to the countdown!

5. The Wrath and the Dawn by Renee Ahdieh
I pride myself in being able to choose books that I’ll like, this is one of those books. From the time they announced this book I knew I would love it. The tales in 1000 and One Nights are very dear to me so there was no way I was going to pass up on this book and my expectations were high. Ahdieh met every one of them.
4. Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte
I will NEVER miss an opportunity to gush about this book. This book changed my views on so many aspect pertaining to life. When I originally read it, I thought about it for days. I read this for the first time pretty young but with every reread I learn something new. I can’t remember how many times I’ve reread it and its a book that I”ll continue to reread for the rest of my life.
3. All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven
THE FEELS GUYS. ALL THE FEELS. Okay? If you’ve read this you know. You just know. This was so beautifully written with characters that will stay with you forever. I remember after finishing this just walking around my house like a zombie and just sobbing. My mom was so concerned. And its going to be made into a movie? This will definitely break me.
2. Hopeless by Colleen Hoover
This book like All the Bright Places, destroyed my feels. Hoover has a talent for weaving stories in ways that strike you to the core. This story gripped me from the beginning and when not reading it, it was all I thought about. Everyone knows Hoover and her books come highly recommended so I wasn’t surprised in the least when I got a hangover from this.
You know when a book comes along and as you’re reading it you feel that it was written just for you? This book, the whole trilogy actually, is it for me. EVERYTHING about this I loved. The writing, the characters, the plot. Did I mention the writing? Taylor is seriously a Book Goddess. Words are going to fail me here because all I wanna do when I think of these books is squeal of happiness. Every book I picked up after this failed in my eyes cause I couldn’t help but to compare. This trilogy definitely goes down as one of my top favorites.

Okay guys, that’s it! What are some books that gave you a book hangover? All the books I chose were examples of hangovers because of good reads(I wanted to keep this post positive), do you have any books that gave you a hangover because they were bad? I’d like to know

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