Hi, lovelies! I’ve been making pretty good progress on reading the books nominated for the GoodReads Choice Awards. I’ve had to play catch up for a few series, but I still think I’ve been getting to a few books that I definitely should have read by now. I’m just going to talk about the categories that I’ve read books from. I will create a new post when the final nominees are released with which books I’ve already read from the categories and which I hope to get to before voting ends.
Year One by Nora Roberts
I have finished Year One and will be starting Of Blood and Bone later today.
The City of Brass & The Kingdom of Copper by S.A. Chakraborty
I loved both of these, but will have to see the final nominees to see which book will get my vote.
The Kiss Quotient & The Bride Test by Helen Hoang
Meet Cute by Helena Hunting
I really enjoyed all three of these books, plus the ones nominated that I read earlier in the year. I’m excited to see which books make it to the final round.
This is How You Lose the Time War by Amal El-Mohtar & Max Gladstone
I loved this book. It was different from most of what I read but just absolutely beautiful. It will be hard to top this one, but there are a few from this category for me to read still.
Young Adult Fantasy & Science Fiction
The Toll by Neal Shusterman
I absolutely loved this. It got my vote for the semi-final round, but there’s still a few more books for me to read before the final vote.
Renegades by Marissa Meyer
I plan to pick up Archenemies in the next few days so I can get to the finale of the series.
Caraval, Legendary & Finale by Stephanie Garber
While I enjoyed this series and I’m glad I finally read it, I don’t know that it can beat the others in this category.
Middle Grade & Children’s
Tristan Strong Punches a Hole in the Sky by Kwame Mbalia
I loved this but it’s up against some other books I really loved. Also, I still have a few to read from this category.
Have you read any of the books nominated for the GoodReads Choice Awards? Are you going to read any before the final round of voting ends? Let me know!
Keep on reading lovelies, Amanda.