Friday 31 December 2021

Top 12 Books of 2021 | prettylittlerwriter

 Hello everyone! 

As we say goodbye to another year that has been incredibly difficult for a lot of people, I thought I'd share a roundup of the top 12 books that I've read that helped me get through 2021!

I've put them in no particular order below, as I never really like to compare if I've enjoyed them all and given them all 5 stars, however, I will say, that the book that I still constantly think about and recommend to EVERYONE is The Last House on Needless Street by Catriona Ward. So I'd say that is definitely my favourite of the year!

1. The Inheritance by Gabriel Bergmoser

A brilliantly dark and unforgettable novel full of twists and turns that keep you captivated until the very last page! With an incredibly badass MC.

2. King of Battle and Blood by Scarlett St Clair

A very sexy enemies to lovers dark fantasy romance!

3. The Ex Hex by Erin Sterling

A feel good easy read! It felt like Gilmore Girls collided with Practical Magic, set in a quaint and autumnal town, with a little bit of spice!

4. The Whistling by Rebecca Netley

A wonderful historic ghost story with many creepy gothic elements.

5. Afterlove by Tanya Byrne

A beautiful paranormal love story with a tragic ending.

6. Have You Seen Me? by Alexandria Weis

Teen slasher set in an elite boarding school; a murder mystery filled with passion, drama and a whole lot of murder.

7. Near the Bone by Christina Henry

A chilling, suspenseful novel, full of grit, horror and supernatural elements.

8. Five Minds by Guy Morpuss

An incredibly well written, thought-provoking and inspiring debut novel from Guy, it absolutely blew my mind!

9. The Last House on Needless Street by Catriona Ward

Mindblowing, intense, thought-provoking and heartwrenching. I will never stop recommending this to people.

10. The Southern Book Club's Guide to Slaying Vampires by Grady Hendrix

A gory and intense story about female repression and their journey to empowerment whilst tackling a vampire like never seen before.

11. The Crowns of Croswald 1&2 by D.E. Night

A magical and wonderful story about a young girl who has grown up with nothing, realising that she is actually royalty and has a gift.

12. The Sanatorium by Sarah Pearse

An atmospheric and creepy thriller that keeps you guessing right until the very end!

I've managed to read 63 books this year, which is the most I think I've ever read in one year, so I'm quite proud of myself!

Here's to 2022, and the many more wonderful books that I cannot wait to read!

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