Monday, December 19, 2011

Faves of TwentyEleven: Books

Faves of TwentyEleven is hosted by Inkcrush.

The Rules:
Your answers come from books you read this year
(They don't have to be limited to books that came out in 2011, obviously)

The Other Rules:
Do what you want
Skip a category, rearrange a category, smish some categories together. Create sub-categories and it for you :)
Nominate multiple books for one category (when you are torn) or limit yourself to one
Challenge yourself to not use the same book more than once, or sprinkle the same books throughout half the categories...
Join in some days and forget the rest...
Whatever works for you. Have fun :) 

Day One: The Books
1. favorite book read in 2011 Agnes and the Hitman (always), Cast in Ruin, Heartless

2. most powerful book n/a

3. brilliantly funny Nine Rules to Break When Romancing a Rake

4. best ache-y, heart-breaking, tear-jerker read n/a

5. most beautiful story The Peach Keeper

6. delicious rainy day comfort read Sorcery and Cecelia: Or the Enchanted Chocolate Pot

7. adrenalin-fuelled, unputdownable award Magic Slays

8. the beautiful prose award Chime

9. most atmospheric and vivid setting Cast in Ruin

10. i-so-want-to-go-there award Heartless, The Peach Keeper

11. most original and imaginative The Invention of Hugo Cabret

12. best under-appreciated, hidden gem book Cast in Ruin

13. i-had-no-idea-i-would-love this-so award The Invention of Hugo Cabret, Nine Rules to Break When Romancing a Rake

14. most haunting story Chime

15. outside my comfort zone but gosh how i loved it n/a

16. series that i’m loving Cast in Ruin, Heartless, Nine Rules to Break When Romancing a Rake, Magic Slays, Pack of Lies

17.  always recommending this book award Agnes and the Hitman

18. completely awesome premise award Pack of Lies, Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children, Uncommon Criminals

19.  would make the best movie Agnes and the Hitman, Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children, The Invention of Hugo Cabret (and it was sooo good!)

20.  want to re-read already Cast in Ruin, The Peach Keeper

I know I reused a lot of the titles here (I did read more than this), but these were the standouts. A fantastic year of reading!

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