My Favourite Books of 2016

So it’s nearing the end of 2016 and I’ve tried to attempt a book challenge to read 50 books this year. Unfortunately I’m only on book 25 so either I manage to read 25 books in the space of a month and a half or I transfer it onto bucket list 2017. I will definitely try, I do have the Christmas period off to make a bash at it!

2016 has been full of some great books and I wanted to pay homage to a few that have really stood out to me.

The Diabolic(review here)

The Diabolic book cover

One of my most recent reads, The Diabolic by S.J. Kincaid is one of those books I could visualise on a movie screen. It has a great plot line and explores the story from a Diabolic whose sole purpose is to protect it’s owner but perhaps a Diabolic is more than just a killing machine…

Ctrl, Alt; Delete: How I Grew Up Online(review here)

Ctrl Alt Delete Book Cover

Emma Gannon is a blogger that’s been in the blogging game for a while and she saw the birth of the Internet and everything that is social media. Ctrl Alt Delete: How I Grew Up Online, is a witty and nostalgic look at how the Internet has grown and it’s so relatable as my generation were part of this journey. Seeing a mention of MSN and Bebo made me reminisce, cringe and understand how fast social media has transitioned. This book was a perfect read for my summer holidays.

Me Before You(review here)

Me Before You Book Cover

If you are looking for an emotional read then Me Before You by JoJo Moyes is a tear jerker. It’s a tragic story of how happiness can be found in a dire situations, even if it’s only for a short time. Of course, this has also been in the cinema recently and I will be sure to watch it if I manage to get the dvd….for Christmas? *cough* hint to mum.

Rebel of the Sands(review here)

Rebel of the Sands book coverRebel of the Sands was one of my first reads for 2016 and it’s by a lovely author called Alwyn Hamilton (brilliant last name may I add). One of many mystical/magical themed books I’ve read this year but this one stands out because of the strong female protagonist. There’s a sequel to this book which I hope I can acquire as I’d really like to see what’s in store for Amani.

What have been your favourite books this year? Let me know in the comments below.

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