T5W: Books I’ve read because of Booktube/Blogging

Top 5 Wednesday is a weekly book meme that was created and moderated by Lainey but is now hosted by Sam (not me). If you want to find out more about this group/feature or if you wanna join in on all this fun, you can visit the Goodreads group here!

This month is a free for all! Kinda cool 🙂

Here are my top 5 books that I’ve read because of Booktube/Blogging

I’ll include my link for the review, on the title by author, next to their numbers.

1. Eliza and Her Monsters by Francesca Zappia

Eliza and Her Monsters

I loved this book so much!! I saw this all over booktube and thought I need to read that! So very glad I did.

2. Nice Try, Jane Sinner by Lianne Oelke

Nice Try, Jane Sinner

This was a gem! I’m surprised that I don’t see it talked about more often. This one was mostly booktube

3. Geekerella by Ashley Poston


This one was ALL over! I saw it on Booktube, Blogging and social media. Rightly so, because I really loved this one!

4. Everless by Sara Holland

Everless (Everless, #1)

This one was not only in the blogging community but all over bookstagram! I did not like this one!! I was really wasn’t impressed with this one.

5. Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue by Mackenzi Lee

The Gentleman's Guide to Vice and Virtue (Guide, #1)

This one was everywhere. I was getting “read this” from all places. It was so good! I really enjoyed this story.

What have you read because of Booktube/Blogging/Social Media!? Are they always good or just over hyped?! Let’s discuss!!


9 thoughts on “T5W: Books I’ve read because of Booktube/Blogging

  1. It’s the worst when it doesn’t meet the hype! I might be the only one on the planet – but I was conflicted about Six of Crows and Cruel Prince, which is all over Instagram. I do want to read the Wicked King but I don’t think I will finish Crooked Kingdom…

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    • Yes, it’s the worst! I did love Cruel King but I’m new to blogging and I wasn’t really immersed when I read it. So, I didn’t have any expectations with that one. I cannot wait for Wicked King!! Don’t worry, I’m like the only one who didn’t enjoy Everless. It happens sometimes!! I haven’t read Crooked Kingdom yet. I liked Six of Crows but the last half of the book was the good part. The first half was a bit slow and I didn’t really get into it.

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  2. I like your choice of theme for this week. 🙂
    With hyped up books, it could go either way I guess. I’m sorry Everless didn’t work out for you, it’s always a bummer especially if we have high expectations because of all of that hype (I’m usually guilty of that unfortunately).

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  3. The Gentleman’s Guide would definitely be on my list as well for this one. I’m not really a historical fiction kind of person, so it was a stretch anyway but then I.. started disliking Monty with a passion? [Unpopular opinion, whoops..] Yeah, it was okay but he just got on my nerves a lot, haha.
    I am, however, definitely going to read Felicity’s story! I loooved both her and Percy!

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