Top Ten Tuesday — Top Ten Books I Read in 2014


It’s Tuesday and time again for the Top Ten Tuesday hosted by the Broke and the Bookish.  This week’s subject is your top ten books from 2014.

I’m going to go ahead and post my list, but I reserve the right to revise it in a few days if some of the things on my to-be-read pile jump up and demand inclusion.

If I’ve published a review of the selection, I’ll link to it.

1.  The Boy Who Couldn’t Sleep And Never Had To by D.C. Pierson
2.  Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel
3.  The Last Policeman trilogy by Ben H. Winters
4.  Natchez Burning by Greg Iles
5.  Revival by Stephen King
6.  Expiration Day by William Campbell Powell
7.  Lock In by John Scalzi
8. Sex Criminals, Volume 1: One Weird Trick
9. Landline by Rainbow Rowell
10.  Breathe, Annie Breathe by Miranda Kenneally


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13 responses to “Top Ten Tuesday — Top Ten Books I Read in 2014

  1. I keep hearing about LOCK IN. Might have to check it out.

  2. I read Landline, too, although it didn’t make my list. It was good, but the premise seemed so promising that I actually expected a bit more of it. Great list. Here’s mine.

  3. Great list! I have Station Eleven on my table waiting for me.

  4. Landline was #11 for me! I put Attachments as #1, though. That’s the book that made me fall in love with Rainbow Rowell to begin with 🙂

  5. I haven’t finished Station Eleven, but it’s good to know that it’s on someone’s top 10 list. I’ll have to make sure I get back to it asap. Great list!

  6. Very interesting list. Nice to see Lock In – I’ve bought this but not read it yet – I must get a move on!
    Lynn 😀

  7. You’re the first person (besides me) that I’ve seen say Lock In. Yay!! Loved that book, it definitely made my list, my 3rd favorite of the year. Thanks for sharing! Here’s my Best Books of 2014.

  8. Jay

    I’ve read Greg Iles before, but not the title you included. I’m not familiar with the others except Stephen King and Ben Winters, who had a ‘launch’ party here in town this fall (?) for the third book in The Last Policeman series. He was great and entertaining “live.” I posted about his visit at if you’re interested in reading.

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