2017 is almost at an end. It was quite a challenging year but at least it was filled with a lot of great books. Here are the Top 10 posts that got the most views on Stacks this year. Thank you for all of you stopped by and took a glance at our little corner of the internet.
- Quick Review: Always and Forever, Lara Jean by Jenny Han I’m pleasantly surprised this one came out on top. It got over twice many views as #2 of this list so you all must have loved it. I’ll admit, I had mixed feelings about this novel because as much as I loved Lara Jean and glad I got to spend more time with her, I’m not sure it was really needed another book.
- Sending Love to Sarah Rees Brennan This is another surprise since it was originally posted in 2016 but I hope the continue views have sent Sarah more healing vibes because I do love reading her books.
- Quick Review: Intensity by Sherrilyn Kenyon I just adore this series and even though I’m unsure if this is the last book in the series or just shift in the series focus. Either way, I can’t wait to read more about Nick.
- Some of My Favorite Quotes from In Other Lands Another post about Sarah Rees Brennan. This one got a boost from the author herself!
- Rick Riordan Presents I was excited to read about Rick’s new imprint featuring authors of color writing about myths and stories about their cultures. It’s great seeing Rick use his power to feature new voices and help diversify our stories.
- Review: Before the Devil Breaks You by Libba Bray One of my favorite books of the year from one of the best series I have read in a long time. Here’s hoping she doesn’t take another two years to finish the series finale.
- Highs and Lows of Fandoms by Cassandra Clare and Maggie Stiefvater Another post from 2016 that was big in 2017 probably because many of the issues still exist.
- Review: Endure by Sara B. Larson Another surprise. This review made the 2016 list of Top posts too.
- Review: Lord of Shadows by Cassandra Clare Cassandra Clare knows how to bring the drama. I’m happy that she’s decided to publish the finale of this trilogy before starting her next Shadowhunter trilogy.
- Review: Half Lost by Sally Green In 2016, this was the top post and in 2017 it’s still in the Top 10 and I’m still surprise. I guess not though because the book still haunts with it’s powerful ending.