Goodbye to 2016: Nicole's List


Last year we featured our top 15 favorite reads and gave our readers a chance to win our favorites. This year we are showcasing our top 10 reads of 2016 and giving you a chance to win some books! Each weekday from December 19 - December 23 we will highlight the list of one of our Larks. Our followers can enter to win ONE book of their choice from each featured list. You are free to enter each day's giveaway. The giveaway begins today and runs through January 1st. Winners will be announced on January 2nd.

Today we're featuring Nicole's list. The books on the list weren't necessarily published in 2016, but they are some of her favorites read this year. 

Nicole's Top 2016 Reads












Find something that sounds good to you? Want to win ONE of these books?

Here's the giveaway details:
* You must be 13+ years of age. If you're under 18, you must have parental permission to enter.
* You must be a Reading Lark follower
* This is an international giveaway - as long as The Book Depository delivers to your country
* You must fill out the Rafflecopter form

Giveaway runs from December 22 - January 1. The winner will be announced on January 2. The winner will be contacted via email and has 48 hours to confirm their win.

Comments

  1. If I won, I'd pick Gemina or The Raven King.

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  2. I'd probably pick Gemina. Thanks for the chance!

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  3. I would pick My Sister Rosa.
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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    1. It was my top read for the year! Good luck :)

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  4. I would probably choose Zeroes :)

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    1. I was really impressed with Zeroes. I haven't managed to read Swarm yet, but I'm looking forward to it.

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  5. I'm pretty keen on Gemina but I'd really have to take another look at all of them if I win. Thanks for the chance.

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    1. Gemina, and its predecessor, Illuminae, are such great additions to YA SciFi.

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  6. Sadly Scott Westerfield is a no go due to the use of 'retard' in Pretties, which I just couldn't stomach. Out of all the authors I've stopped reading because of that, he's the one I'm most sad about, as I'd really enjoyed Uglies.

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  7. I would choose A darker shade of magic or Gemini thank you for the giveaway x

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