Another year come and gone–and some fantastic reading adventures along with it! As I typically do in January, I want to take some time to review some of my favorite reads of 2016. In week three of this series, we move up to the next two books on my top ten.
Note: These are the best books I read in 2016, not necessarily published in 2016.
#6 Nonsense: The Power of Not Knowing by Jamie Holmes
Yes, I have some nonfiction on this best-reads-of-the-year list. And this one is what I would call a must read. Not only does it provide great insight into how we approach ambiguous or unclear situations, but it also provides some great strategies for how we can use those situations to our advantage. I also found myself looking at some situations that otherwise perplex me (like the 2016 election for the President of the United States) in new light. And it’s a fairly easy and accessible read. Consider picking it up!
Read my review from January 1 for more on this title.
#5 A Gathering of Shadows by V.E. Schwab
There are so many examples of a sequel to an amazing fantasy title just sort of falling flat: this is definitely not one of them. V.E. Schwab takes readers right back into the work she created in A Darker Shade of Magic, and I found I didn’t want to leave. I am very much looking forward to the next installment in this series due out this year.
Read my review from December 29 for more on this title.