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(I was hoping I would be finished with Cinder by this post but then we got a puppy--by "puppy" I mean he's seven years old but he's small and sweet and adorable--over the weekend and that has eaten up most of my time. More on our new dog next time!)
He is currently asleep on my lap.
I haven't read any five-star books yet this year (though Cinder is approaching that territory, but I never settle on a rating until after I've finished the book) but I've had a few four-star books. And really, I know this sounds weird, but part of me likes four-star books better than five-star books. Five-star books are typically books that I fangirl over, like The Hunger Games or Twilight or Never Let Me Go, and usually they start out as four-star until later on. Four-star books are usually books that I went in with no no preconceived notions on how much I would enjoy it and then I really really liked it.
I know that doesn't make much sense. I'm just very fond of four-star books.
Okay, so the top three books I've read so far this year:
3) Avatar: The Last Airbender - The Search by Gene Luen Yang
I know this one really only appeals to fans of the show, and I know it's a graphic novel so it might not count, but it was really, really well done. It answers the long-asked question of what happened to Zuko's mother. And it tells the story beautifully.
I hope you all are having a fantastic week! Let me know what your favorite book in 2015 has been and if you enjoyed any of the ones I listed. =)