Monday 1 January 2018

THE DBR AWARDS 2017 | My Year In Books

Hey guys, and happy Monday! Today I am really excited to be posting my yearly New Years post - my version of a Top 10 books I've read this year. The DBR Awards allow me to share with you which books really rocked my year - and I split them into categories so you can get a sense of what kind of book it is, in case you want to pick it up yourself! (And obviously, I would highly recommend that you do...)

I have read so many brilliant books this year, and for that, I would like to thank the wonderful publishers and authors who have kindly sent me the most fabulous new publications, the friends who have recommended to me some great reads, and my university professors who have put some excellent stuff on my reading lists...

 I will link my review (If I wrote one) if not, I will link the Goodreads page <3

So without further ado, here are the winners of the DBR Awards 2017!

Best Historical Fiction

The Rasputin Dagger - Theresa Breslin

The Game-Changer

Things a Bright Girl Can Do - Sally Nicholls

Best Adult Fiction 

The Girls - Emma Cline

Best Non-Fiction

Beyond Magenta: Transgender Kids Speak Out - Susan Kuklin


Phantom Limbs - Paula Garner

Best 'Classic' Novel

A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man - James Joyce

The Important Book

The Hate U Give - Angie Thomas

Best Poetry/Short Story Collection

Almost Midnight - Rainbow Rowell

Funniest Book 

Freshers - Tom Ellen and Lucy Ivison

If you have great reading taste like me and have read any of the books above let me know!

Congratulations to all of the authors whose books have won, and thank you for all the wonderful books you write (and please, PLEASE continue to write more PLEASEEEEE)

And another huge thank you to all the bloggers who continue to spread the word about the amazing books that these wonderful authors write! 

Until next time :) 

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