Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Books Written In The Past 10 Years That I Hope People Are Still Reading In 30 Years

The Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. Every week they choose a new topic for bloggers to list their top ten of whatever fits into the category. (the image above is linked to today’s post at The Broke and the Bookish)

Today’s Top Ten: Top Ten Books Written in the Past Ten Years That I Hope People are Still Reading in 30 Years

Hmm, a good category, definitely requires some thought…

1. The Night Circus – Erin Morgenstern

2. The Hunger Games  Trilogy – Suzanne Collins

3. Room – Emma Donoghue

4. A Dog’s Purpose – W. Bruce Cameron

5. The Map of Time – Felix J. Palma

6. Ready Player One – Ernest Cline

7. The Millenium Trilogy – Stieg Larsson

8. The Shack – W. Paul Young

9. The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks – Rebecca Skloot

10. The Book Thief – Markus Zusak

Honorable  Mentions: Harry Potter Series & A Song of Ice & Fire series.
I only mention these since the first books were published more than 10 years ago, but I think it’s safe to say these books will definitely still be read 30 years from now!

You know, this list actually turned out to be easier to make than I thought (with the help of my Goodreads “read” list, of course!)

{7am EST: The Broke and Bookish haven’t posted their Top Ten for today yet, so I will link back to it later on}

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8 thoughts on “Top Ten Books Written In The Past 10 Years That I Hope People Are Still Reading In 30 Years

  1. I think most of these books are so popular now that people will be talking about them well into the future, if only to criticize them or to analyze us for being obsessed with them.

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