Read 2017

These are the books I have read in 2017 so far!

(Those underlined are hyperlinked to my review – these start in mid-June as this is when I started my blog. I am aiming to eventually write reviews for all the other books I have read. Those marked with a * before the date are books I have received for review. First number after the title and author is my rating and those in brackets are the Goodreads’ rating)

Also sort by:

Read 2016       Read 2017        Alphabetical by Title        Alphabetical by Author    Average Goodreads Rating

january

  • 19th – Girl Hearts Girl by Lucy Sutcliffe – 4* – (GR: 4.10)
  • 26th – Everything Leads To You by Nina LaCour – 4* – (GR: 3.89)

feb

  • 8th – It’s Kind of a Funny Story by Ned Vizzini – 5* – (GR: 4.14)

march

  • 20th – What To Do About AIDS by Leon McKusick – 3.5* – (GR: 4.00)
  • 20th – Life in a Whirlwind of Numbers by David Dahlberg – 3.5* – (GR: 3.93)
  • 22nd – Paper Butterflies by Lisa Heathfield – 5* – (GR: 4.34)
  • 24th – All the Rebel Women by Kira Cochrane – 4* – (GR: 3.91)
  • 26th – The Suffragettes by Various – 3.5* – (GR: 3.85)
  • 27th – Forbidden by Tabitha Suzuma – 5* – (GR: 4.07)
  • 28th – A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness – 4.5* – (GR: 4.36)
  • 29th – The Elephant in the Room by Jon Ronson – 4* – (GR: 3.80)
  • 31st – Men’s Involvement in Gender and Development by Caroline Sweetman – 3* – (GR: 3.00)

April

  • 2nd – Beyond Magenta: Transgender Teens Speak Out by Susan Kuklin – 3* – (GR: 3.86)
  • 5th – My Own Story by Emmeline Pankhurst – 3.5* – (GR: 4.11)
  • 19th – Bridget Jones’s Diary by Helen Fielding – 1.5* – (GR: 3.75)
  • 21st – Mockingbird by Kathryn Erskine – 5* – (GR: 4.18)
  • 22nd – The Sun is Also a Star by Nicola Yoon – 3* – (GR: 4.15)

may

  • 21st – The Goldfish Boy by Lisa Thompson – 4* – (GR: 4.20)
  • 21st – Private Peaceful by Michael Morpurgo – 4.5* – (GR: 4.16)
  • 31st – We Should All Be Feminists by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie – 4* – (GR: 4.47)

June

  • 2nd – The Trouble with Rich Women by Gloria Steinem – 2.5* – (GR: 3.76)
  • 2nd – The Nazi Connection by Gloria Steinem – 4.5* – (GR: 4.21)
  • 2nd – In Praise of Women’s Bodies by Gloria Steinem – 3.5* – (GR: 4.18)
  • 3rd – Men and Women Talking by Gloria Steinem – 4* – (GR: 4.00)
  • 10th – Gangsta Granny by David Walliams – 4* – (GR: 4.26)
  • 11th – Becky by Darren Galsworthy – 5* – (GR: 4.37)
  • 11th – The Boy in the Dress by David Walliams – 4.5* – (GR: 4.10)
  • 12th – Crime Files by Reader’s Digest Association – 4* – (GR: 4.00)
  • 12th – Finding Me by Michelle Knight – 4* – (GR: 4.12)
  • 12th – Billionaire Boy by David Walliams – 4* – (GR: 4.19)
  • 16th – Hope by Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus – 4* – (GR: 4.27)
  • 18th – Bye Mam, I Love You by Sonia Oatley – 5* – (GR: 4.31)
  • 18th – My James by Ralph Bulger – 4.5* – (GR: 4.38)
  • 19th – Tia Sharp by Nigel Cawthorne – 3* – (GR: 3.76)
  • 19th – April by Paul Jones – 4* – (GR: 4.41)
  • 20th – The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain – 3* – (GR: 3.89)
  • 22nd – Tom Sawyer Abroad by Mark Twain – 2.5* – (GR: 3.38)
  • 22nd – Like Other Girls by Claire Hennessy – 2* – (GR: 3.56)
  • 22nd – Introducing Feminism by Cathia Jenainati – 4* – (GR: 3.77)
  • * 24th – No Mum, Tomorrow’s Not Tuesday by Reg Thompson – 4* – (GR: 4.50)
  • * 25th – The Things Owen Wrote by Jessica Scott Kerrin – 4* – (GR: 3.50)
  • * 25th – Earth Hates Me by Ruby Karp – 3.5* – (GR: 4.00)
  • * 28th – Life is Like a Musical by Tim Federle – 4* – (GR: 3.89)
  • * 28th – The Nearest Faraway Place by Hayley Long – 5* – (GR: 4.25)
  • 29th – The Mysterious Affair at Styles by Agatha Christie – 4* – (GR: 3.98)

july

 

top 2017

It’s Kind of a Funny Story by Ned Vizzini

Paper Butterflies by Lisa Heathfield

Forbidden by Tabitha Suzuma

Mockingbird by Kathryn Erskine

The Nearest Faraway Place by Hayley Long

Becky by Darren Galsworthy

Bye Mam, I Love You by Sonia Oatley

* Piglettes by Clementine Beauvais

* Odd Girl Out by Laura James

* Moonrise by Sarah Crossan

Have you read any of these books? Are you planning to?

Let me know in the comments!

Marie

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