Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish
I'm splitting this list into two different categories, because there's a different way I take each book.
2. XVI by Julia Karr
3. Awaken by Katie Kacvinsky
4. The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
5. Delirium by Lauren Oliver
6. Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card
7. Far From The War by Jeffery David Payne
Obviously, this is what I think about when I read these books. Others have a different take, but this is what I think and what I see when I read the words.
9. Enemy in Blue by Derek Blass
10. Such a Pretty Girl by Laura Wiess
Now, these books talk about not just humanity as a whole but the people closets to you. What happens when a father who is to protect his daughter, rapes her and then is thrust back into her life? What happens when the women you fell in love with is not who she appears? And the reverse, what happens when your husband turns out to be someone completely different? Finally, what if someone who has a huge responsibility uses it to manipulate and get the better end of a bargain? Just how well do we know those we love and trust?
That's what those three books do for me. Granted, most literature discusses this, but I think, for me personally, it became very apparent and even frightening in these books.
So this is my top ten. What about you guys?
And also, please feel free to disagree with me. Like I said, these were just my opinion.