BOOKS: My top 5 favorite books in 2017

In 2017 I read 10,813 pages across 34 books, according to Goodreads. My goal this year was to read 25 books and I am more than happy that I passed this goal. 

Today I want to show you my top-five favorite books of 2017. Definitely go check them out because they are pretty awesome books, of course 🌚

number five

S E E D S  P L A N T E D  I N  C O N C R E T E

Bianca Sparacino

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Seeds Planted in Concrete by Bianca Sparacino was my book into poetry. I only knew the poetry you read at school and I wasn’t really interested and actually didn’t know how popular poetry is even nowadays.

Couldn’t live without it now!

You can find my review of Seeds Planted in Concrete right here.

number four

P E R I L  A T  E N D  H O U S E

Agatha Christie

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I’ve always loved Sherlock Holmes, so it’s actually no surprise I fell in love with Agatha Christie’s storys. Hercule Poirot and Arthur Hastings are amazing characters, so funny and genuine. Peril at End House was a perfect start into the Agatha Christie world! Can’t wait to read more!

number three

I T  E N D S  W I T H  U S 

Colleen Hoover

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I read EIGHT Colleen Hoover books this year. Yep. You could say I am obsessed. I think It Ends With Us was one of my favorites. I loved the characters and the storyline. The topic it was about is so important and I like how Colleen Hoover worked with it.

A must-read for me!

You can find my review of It Ends With Us by Colleen Hoover right here.

number two

G O O D N I G H T  S TO R I E S  F O R  R E B E L  G I R L S

Elena Favilli & Francesca Cavallo

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Perfect. That’s the only word I can describe this book with. Okay, maybe two: Perfect and Perfection. Really. It is the most gorgeous book I’ve ever seen. With it’s illustrations, the little texts and quotes of Rebel Girls. I seriously can’t wait to hold it in my hands again when I am back home.

You can find my review of Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls by Elena Favilli and Francesca Cavallo right here.

(Also: My Italian Class and me gave this book as a present to our beloved Italian teacher as a thank-you. She loved it a lot!)

number one 

T H E  P RO B L E M  W I T H  F O R E V E R

Jennifer L. Armentrout

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My number one, of course. This book moved me so so much. I am SO in love. Mallory is like me. Exactly. I could relate to her and that made me so so happy. I’ve never experienced it with another book before.

Please, go read it. You will not regret it. I promise.

You can find my book review of The Problem With Forever by Jennifer L. Armentrout right here.

That’s it. I hope you enjoyed this post. I had a lot fun planning and writing it and I hope you’ve found some new treasures 🌚

See you in my next post and tell me in the comments below which your favorite book of 2017 was.

xo Franziska