Monday, December 28, 2015

Best Books of 2015

best re-read: Emma (Jane Austen)

most surprised to love: The All Girls Filling Station's Last Reunion (Fannie Flagg)

hardest to put down: Never Let Me Go (Kazou Ishiguro)

most likely to change my daily life: Great With Child (Beth Ann Fennelly)

favorite classic: Agnus Grey (Anne Brontë)

best non-fiction: The Paper Sky (El Gruer)

highest recommended: A Tree Grows in Brooklyn (Betty Smith)

best memoir/biography: A Moveable Feast (Ernest Hemmingway)

best crafty-related book: Home and Away (Hannah Fettig)

most loveable characters: Me Before You (Jojo Moyes)

most likely to be re-read: The Opposite of Loneliness (Marina Keegan)

You can see previous Best Books lists here: 2014 // 2013
Also, to follow along with what's on my bookshelves (and coffee table, and night stand...) join me on Goodreads.

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