My Most Favorite Books in 2011

// January 3rd, 2012 // Blogging, Book Reviews

Top 10 15 Books of 2011
Okay. Let me tell you why I did a top fifteen list instead of a top ten list of books I have read in 2011. I read a lot of books in that time and I couldn’t decide which books to put on the list.
If you are confused about what some of these books are about and why I didn’t write a book review on it, here is your answer. I am a busy boy, and I have little time so I can’t write a book review on every book I have read. Anyway, here is my list of my top 15 favorite books I have read in 2011.

Top Fifteen Books I have read in 2011

15. The Medusa Plot by Gordon Korman

The Medusa Plot is a cool book with a lot of action and adventure. For more details, visit the Medusa Plot book review.

14. The Pharaoh’s Secret by Marissa Moss

I loved this book because it involved Egyptian history and it had so much action.

13. Half Moon Investigations by Eoin Colfer

This book was awesome because it involved action, adventure, detectives, crimes and girls making men obey them.

12. The Familiars: The Secrets of the Crown by Adam Jay Epstein and Andrew Jacobson

I liked this book because it involves magic creatures and humans. Some of the animals who are defending mankind go on a quest, a quest to save mankind, of course.

11. Beyonders: A World Without Heroes by Brandon Mull

Beyonders is a wicked book because it has action, adventure, magic, and of course, falling through a hippopotamus randomly into a crazy world without good guys when no one was looking.

10. Floors by Patrick Carman

Floors is a wacky book with secret tunnels, spies, a miniature New York City and the heart of it all, the Whippet Hotel. For more details, visit the Floors book review.

9. The Genius Files: Mission Unstoppable by Dan Gutman

The Genius Files is a great book with dudes in bowler hats, a big vat of Spam, A guy falling out of the longest room ever and… an enormous ball of twine!

8. The Mysterious Benedict Society by Trenton Lee Stewart

The Mysterious Benedict Society involves really smart kids, morse code, LIVE spelled backwards and controlling children’s brains with the Whisperer. For more details, visit the Mysterious Benedict Society book review.

7. The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis

This fantastic book has magic. A lot of magic. It also has a talking lion, an evil witch and

a teleporting wardrobe.

6. The Throne of Fire by Rick Riordan

This Egyptian Mythology book has adventure, action and fantasy! I especially like the mythology part. Monsters, gods,evil talking snakes. That is like, AWESOME!

5. Wonderstruck by Brian Selznick

Wonderstruck is an amazing book with adventure. It tells a different story in different times in pictures and words. For more details visit the Wonderstruck book review.

4. The Son of Neptune by Rick Riordan

The Son of Neptune is a story of mythology, adventure, violence and action. It has monsters, flying jewels and a girl who has resurrected from the 1970s.

3. Heroes of The Valley by Jonathan Stroud

This book has fantasy, creatures, boys who misbehave and someone hitting another person with a flaming poker and setting their house on fire. For more details, visit the Heroes of The Valley book review.

2. The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian by C.S. Lewis

This book has a king. This book also has a prince. The prince is good; the king is evil. Big army of creatures. Adventure, action and fantasy. You know what’s gonna happen. Bye bye, Mr. Evil King!

Okay. This is what you were waiting for.This is my favorite book I have read in 2011. My favorite book is… is… hey Mr. Drumroll dude! That was your cue!  Yeah, that’s better. Okay. My favorite book is…

1. The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien!

Yes the Hobbit has breathtaking adventures and action.  Also, it is so long  that I couldn’t ask to add anything more!

 

The Hobbit

Now you know what my favorite books of 2011 were. So check back soon and keep reading!

 

 

7 Responses to “My Most Favorite Books in 2011”

  1. alex katz says:

    harrison great reviews!

  2. Polina says:

    I am very impressed with your site and book reviews, Harrison! Keep up the good work!

  3. Doreen tipiere says:

    Thanks for the reviews. I can’t wait to pass them on to the kids..

  4. Genya Mallach says:

    Hey Harrison, I wish I could read as many books as you do; heck no, I wish I could read a fraction of the books you read. I enjoyed reading your reviews and I’ll be following your blog regularly. Keep it up.

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