Let’s Talk Bookish: Books I will always recommend

Hello, and happy Friday! Today, I have a sort of more general recommendations post with twelve books that I will always recommend. The official topic for this week is one book everyone should read, but I couldn’t pick just one so I went with a bunch! Everyone also has very different reading preferences, but hopefully everyone should be able to find a book that interests them from this list! I have adult high fantasy and middle-grade dystopian, fascinating retellings, and romantic contemporaries. Plus, of course a few historical fantasies, and more. I tried to put a little of everything here, and I hope you like the list!

Let’s Talk Bookish is a weekly discussion post created by Rukky @ Eternity Books and is hosted by Rukky and Dani @ A Literary Lion! This week’s topic is what is one book everyone should read? suggested by Mikaela @ Mikaela Reads

There are some books that are just required…or at least you personally think they are! Maybe it’s a book that changed your view on everything, or maybe it’s just the BEST vampire book ever written. What book do you try to get everyone in your life to read, even the non-readers?

There is no one book that I would recommend to EVERYONE. It depends on their favorite genre, what books they like and dislike. But no matter what, I always will have a recommendation for someone, whether it’s fantasy, historical fiction, or contemporary romance.

So, here are twelve books that I will recommend forever, that I love with all my heart.


Wrapping this up…

I don’t have a ton to write today, but I hope you liked looking at all of these books!! I love every single one of these books endlessly, and cannot recommend them more.

What is a book you will always recommend? Have you read any of these? Chat with me in the comments below!

15 thoughts on “Let’s Talk Bookish: Books I will always recommend

  1. I’ve only read Six of Crows *hides* BUT I have seen a lot of the others around in the book community and I’d love to read at least some of them at one point in the future. You know how it goes, TBR piles are endless.

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  2. I took the prompt too literally and stopped at “it’s an impossible question to answer” (though sadly I didn’t think of that byline until just now). I don’t even think I could catch everybody with 10 or 12 books because I read within quite a narrow framework of genres and don’t read non-fiction at all. That said there are plenty on your list that I want to read!

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    1. It definitely is an impossible question to answer, which is why I kind of changed it 😂
      I’m glad there are lots on my list that you want to read!! I tried to have a good selection of genres, but I had no non-fiction, and could have had some sci-fi and thrillers as well!!

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