TTT: The Last 10 Books I’ve Given 5 Cool-thulhus

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Top Ten Tuesday is, as usual, brought to you courtesy of The Broke and Bookish. This week’s topic is 10 of your recent 5-star reads. Fairly easy to do, so here’s we go.  Links take you to the reviews.

Last 10 Books I’ve Given 5 Cool-thulus

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Best Books Read in 2016 (so far)

  1. Flex by Ferrett Steinmetz
    1. No love triangle.
    2. Obsession equals magic
    3. Awesome ass-kickery.
  2. I AM by Michael Drakich
    1. Immediately sucks you in.
    2. Space Opera that doesn’t feel like a space opera
    3. Ending that makes you go: What…how did I NOT see that?!
  3. Badfish by Sue Rovens
    1. Main (good guy!) character likes to publicly, uhm, take himself in hand.
    2. Gruesome scenes that just have you snickering even as your stomach is turning
    3. Quick read that you can blow right through and feel really disturbed about liking it afterwards.
  4. The Kalbrandt Institute Archives: Hauntings by Chris Chelser
    1. Best way of stringing a group of short stories together that I’ve ever read
    2. The individual stories are very different, and very interesting
    3. Another quick read, but this time no ‘I’m kind of disgusted that I liked that’ feeling.
  5. Apocalypse Cow by Michael Logan
    1. Puns.
    2. Puns and Action.
    3. Puns and Gore.
  6. Lockwood & Co: The Screaming Staircase by Jonathan Stroud
    1. This is a kid’s book that DOES NOT read like a kid’s book.
    2. Awesome disturbing ghost scenes at the end
    3. Great characters that are quite believable.
  7. The History Major by Michael Phillip Cash
    1. This is creepy but it makes me think.
    2. This is weird. What’s going on?
    3. I…what? This is strange. I like it!
  8. The Immortals by Jordanna Max Brodsky
    1. The grown-up’s Percy Jackson
    2. Strong, older female protagonist
    3. Snark, man, snark!
  9. The Shadow Queen by C.J. Redwine
    1. Best dang fairy-tale retelling I’ve read
    2. Kick-ass Snow White
    3. Great descriptions and non-stop action
  10. The Abyss Surrounds Us by Emily Skrutskie
    1. Sea Monsters.
    2. Pirates.
    3. Sea Monsters and Pirates, dangit!

Now, I kept this list to books that already have reviews up on the site, but there is one recent one I want to rave about.

Reviver by Seth Patrick. Holy crap! This was an excellent book! Just from beginning to end, the tension never lets up, he keeps you on your toes, the characters are fantastic, etc, etc. Bloody awesome! If I could give six  Cool-thulhus, I would! Amazeballs!

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38 thoughts on “TTT: The Last 10 Books I’ve Given 5 Cool-thulhus

  1. I had requested an ARC of Shadow Queen a while back but didn’t get approved. I’m going to have to try to get to it at some point.

  2. Lol I havent read any of these either. Which is why TTT is so great.
    I’m gna go over the synopses (is that how u spell it?) for these books, when I have a little more time. 🙂

  3. I love your format and we have two of the same authors on our list. Plus – have read the Reviver and thought it was great – some pretty creepy scenes at the start if I remember correctly.
    Lockwood &Co I’ve seen on another list today so I’m going to have to check my shelves as I know I have a copy of that one.
    Lynn 😀

  4. Well thanks for all the additions to my TBR! Although The Abyss Surrounds Us was already there – I’m so excited to get to it.
    Thanks for visiting my TTT page.

  5. I’ve heard awesome things about The Shadow Queen. I think I need that book in my life. But I KNOW I need The Immortals in it too. You got me with ‘The grown-up’s Percy Jackson’. Done. Sold. Nice work 😀

  6. Another week of you subtly adding books to my TBR piles. Tsk. Tsk.

    I feel like I’ve seen The Abyss Surrounds Us during my recent trips to the library, and now I have a reason to pick it up. SEA MONSTERS AND PIRATES?!?! Could that possibly get any better? Probably not. I’m also super intrigued about I AM (because space opera, of course) and The Immortals (because who doesn’t want a legitimately strong female protagonist mixed in with mythology?)

    1. I can’t help it if I read all the good books. *shifty* I AM still makes my brain do a little hiccup when I think about it because I don’t know WHY I didn’t see the ending coming. Its literally staring you in the face!

  7. I have been dying to read The Shadow Queen! Can’t wait to see if I love it as much as everyone else has! Great list and thanks for stopping by yesterday!

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