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2010 Favorites

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Happy 1/1/2011, everyone! I hope you’re all enjoying the first day of the year. I’ve mostly spent time with a bunch of relatives the past few days so I haven’t had a chance to post my favorite reads of this year. Here they are, in no particular order (click on the images for my reviews):

What about you, what are your favorite 2010 reads?

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Author: Chachic

Welcome to Chachic's Book Nook! I'm a Filipino book blogger currently based in Singapore. My blog features all sorts of books that I read from various genres (fantasy, contemporary romance, young adult fiction). Click on About Me to learn more and check out my Favorite Books page for a list of books that I love. Thanks for dropping by! Chachic /ˈtʃɑːtʃɪk/ is pronounced with hard “ch” sounds. The first syllable is pronounced like the dance cha-cha while the second syllable is like chick (baby chicken).

17 thoughts on “2010 Favorites

  1. Lots of new additions to my TBR thanks to your list! I like Sarah Addison Allen a lot. I will be reading Jellicoe Road this year.
    I had a list of 18 favourites this year so won’t bore you with the list 😀

    Happy New Year! Have a great time!

    • Misha, I’ve been doing the same thing as I look at other people’s best of 2010 lists! I really enjoy reading Sarah Addison Allen’s books as well. I hope you like Jellicoe Road. 🙂

      LOL 18 is not that bad! My list has 20 books.

  2. What an excellent list! I completely agree with all they ones I’ve read. As for the few I’ve haven’t read, I really want to read The Changeover, Garden Spells, and get back into McKinley sometime.

    • The Changeover was strongly recommended by Sarah Rees Brennan. I believe she included it in her list of her favorite fictional couples along with Howl and Sophie and Gen and Irene. So I knew I had to pick it up. 🙂

      I hope you get to read SAA and McKinley this year too!

  3. That’s an incredibly lovely cover montage right there. So many happy covers and books.

  4. No wonder we’re such good friends. Every single one (with the couple of exceptions I’ve never read). Wonderful list!! Happy New Years!

  5. Hi Chachic! I still haven’t found Fairytale Fail in all NBS and Booksale outlets I’ve visited, but I got hooked with Chicklit (by Filipino Authors) since I’ve read No Strings Attached. 🙂

    I’ve also read Going too Far last year and I loved that book too. 😀

    • Hi Bee, Fairy Tale Fail is available only in ebook format. You can get it from either Amazon or Smashwords. 🙂 I believe you can also contact Mina if you want to buy a paperback of the book, it’s not available in local bookstores. You can look for her other Summit book tough – My Imaginary Ex.

      Isn’t Going Too Far wonderful? It’s actually the book that made me want to read more contemporary YA.

      • I see. I’ll email Mina then as I’m not into reading ebooks. Thanks! 🙂

        I also wanted to try that (My Imaginary Ex) but can’t seem to find a copy anywhere too. 😦

      • Hi Bee, just send an email to Mina about purchasing a copy of the Fairy Tale Fail paperback and ask her also in what branches of National is My Imaginary Ex available. I had a hard time getting a copy as well since it wasn’t available in the branches that I frequent.

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