Top Ten Tuesday: Best Beginnings/Endings

Posted July 30, 2013 by Andi in Top 10 Tuesday / 0 Comments

top10tuesday1Top Ten Beginnings/Endings

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1) Divergent by Veronica Roth {review}
2) Birthmarked Series by Caraugh O’Brien
3) Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins {review}
4) Shutter Island by Dennis Lehane
5) Summer Series by Jenny Han

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6) Delirium by Lauren Oliver {review}
7) Pivot Point by Kasie West {review}
8) Just One Day by Gayle Forman {review}
9) The Program by Suzanne Young {review}
10) Second Chance Summer by Morgan Matson {review}

*Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish
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0 responses to “Top Ten Tuesday: Best Beginnings/Endings

  1. Pivot Point looks good… idk about Second Chance Summer though, sounds too emotional. I gotta be in the mood for that! I loved Anna and almost put that on my list of endings too because it ended so good!

    Thanks for stopping by My TTT

    • When you are in the book for the ugly cry, do Second Chance Summer. It is so moving and heartbreaking. I just loved it. And Pivot Point is so wicked clever. Can’t wait for the second book.

      Thanks for the revisit.

    • I can’t wait to read The Distance Between. It is on my TBR list. Pivot Point was just so clever I already know I will love anything written by West,

      Thanks for the drop by.

    • Get the to reading RIGHT NOW! HA. Now seriously though, they are all some really great books and I highly recommend all of them.

      Thanks for stopping by.

  2. Patty

    Oooo I still haven’t read the last book in the Birthmarked series so I’m glad it has a great ending. There are a couple of other books here too that I want to read, so this just makes me more excited for them.

    • I didn’t really like the 2nd book in the series but the last one totally made up for it and the all three worked together as a whole.

      Thanks for visiting.

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