10) Can You Keep a Secret?, Sophie Kinsella (reread)
-A go-to chick lit for me. This is Kinsella at her best.
9)Pillars of the Earth, Ken Follett
-A long read set in 12th century Britain, which follows a few characters who are linked to each other over many years. I really appreciated all the work that went into this book.
8) For the Roses, Julie Garwood
-Yay, a romance makes the list! This one did not make me gag.
7) A Dance with Dragons (reread or it would be higher), George R. R. Martin
6) Zorro, Isabel Allende
-It was awesome to read a book on a character who is so intriguing! Actually it was an audio book. Very, very good.
5) Dune, Frank Herbert
-A bit of mixed feelings about this one, but overall it was pretty darn great.
4) The Sookie Stackhouse Books (13), Charlaine Harris
-‘Nuff said already. My favourite of the 13.
3) Angus, Thongs and Full-Frontal Snogging, Louise Rennison
-This was a big book like 10 years ago, but I loved it when I read it a few weeks ago. Hilarious YA fiction is a wonderful thing.
2) Cloud Atlas, David Mitchell
-Also posted on this one; it was so, so good.
1) The Fault in our Stars, John Green
-Wow. Way to go John Green. Must read more!