Top 5 Tuesday: Books You Read as an ARC

Top 5 Tuesday is a weekly meme created and hosted by The Bionic Book Worm

Today’s topic: Top 5 Books You Read as an ARC

Click on my photographs to be linked to my review or the book’s Goodreads page.

IMG_8572This was one of the first ARCs I ever owned. I won it from a Twitter giveaway hosted by Fierce Reads. I love this trilogy and I am hoping to reread it again before the end of the year. 

IMG_8570A Million Junes was my favorite book of 2017 and I haven’t stopped raving about it since.

IMG_8571I adored this retelling of Beauty and the Beast. I’m so excited for Meagan Spooner’s Robin Hood retelling called Sherwood. Is it 2019, yet?

IMG_8569If there is one contemporary writer I highly recommend to readers it’s Emma Mills. Her books are always so swoony and realistic. Definitely give Foolish Hearts a read–the Froot Loops will make sense after you read the book, lol. 

IMG_8574I was so lucky to receive a manuscript ARC of Legendary from Flatiron Books. I love the world of Caraval, and this book did not disappoint. 

What are some of your favorite books you read as an ARC?

13 thoughts on “Top 5 Tuesday: Books You Read as an ARC

  1. I adored Foolish Hearts. I had no idea Hunted was a Beauty and the Beast retelling. For some reason, I thought it was like Red Riding Hoodish. I’ll have to look into it.

    • Yes! Foolish Hearts is so good and swoony. I’m always pushing it on people to read, lol. And yes, Hunted is a spin of Beauty and the Beast. I adored it so much. The pacing is wonderful and the story is spell-binding. I hope you’re able to read it.

  2. I adored A Million Junes and Legendary, and ever since I finished Hunted the year it came ou (I’m pretty sure it was a year ago??) I fell in love with it and became one of my all-time favorite books, so I’m so happy to see you enjoyed those as well😊.

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