Presented by The Broke and the Bookish
Top Ten Books I Enjoyed Recently That Weren't My Typical Genre
1. The Martian by Andy Weir
I don't really do science fiction, pretty much ever. If I delve into that side of literature I go towards fantasy, but this book was amazing.
2. The Grownup by Gillian Flynn
I actually read this as a brand new book, that I requested through the library because it had been on the bestsellers lists (or at least the author had). I don't typically read mainstream, new releases, but this was kind of hilarious.
3. Breakwater Bay by Shelley Nobel
Just a basic family drama/romance, not normally exciting for me.
4. Awesome Sh*t My Drill Sergeant Said by Dan Caddy
This was straight up hilarious, and nonfiction is not my favorite genre by far.
5. If You Feel Too Much by Jamie Tworkowski
Again, nonfiction, but it's from To Write Love On Her Arms (TWLOHA), so I had to because I love them, and I loved this.
6. Raising My Rainbow by Lori Duron
Blah memoirs usually, especially whiny ones about how someone is different and life is hard, but I found this rather inspiring.
7. American Sniper by Chris Kyle
Again, memoir, but war. I love war movies, not typically books. This was the best book I read in 2015 hands down.
8. Entwined With You by Sylvia Day
I normally find myself embarrassed by reading books that are known to be about sex and not much more, but this series has actual plot and Sylvia Day can actually write, so I make the exception for her.
9. Who Was Alfred Hitchcock? by Pamela D. Pollak
Need I say memoir again? I'm starting to think I read these more than I think, but this was childrens level. If you have a child and they don't like nonfiction, introduce them to this series of books, they'll love it.
10. The Terrorist's Son by Zak Ebrahim