The best books I've read in 2016
Sarah J. Maas's incredible, beautiful, steamy sequel to A Court of Thorns and Roses.
Tbh, it's really been the year of Sarah J. Maas, as far as I'm concerned, and the latest in the Throne of Glass series killed me.
Technically a 2015 novel, but I loved this gorgeous book inspired by A Thousand and One Nights.
The gorgeous writing of this fictionalized account of the Manson Family had me mesmerized.
I was pretty late to this Rainbow Rowell masterpiece, but I made up for it by reading the entire thing in one day.
A haunting, terrifying story of a family and community obsessed with gymnastics. I had no idea I could care so much.
Another 2015 hit filled with beautiful, lush writing; fierce women; and a truly terrifying insane asylum.
I loved this book because I viewed it as basically the novel version of Oregon Trail, with a little bit of magic thrown in.
I don't know anyone who can do a fairy tale retelling quite like Rosamund Hodge. Another 2015 release, but I was glad to find it because it killed me.
This is probably my favorite cutesy New Adult love story of the year. Bonus points and many thanks for all the rock climbing knowledge I now posses.