Top Ten Books of 2016 As Per Readers of My Blog

One of the statistics I personally always look at in January is the top book reviews readers tuned into my blog to read. Often this list is very different to my own top ten reads of the year.

I’m not sure when I write my reviews, which ones will be more popular and which books have the most PR momentum behind them. 

I hope you find the most read reviews of 2016 interesting. 

1. The Good Neighbour by Beth Miller

2. The Quiet Ones by Betsy Reavley

3. Me Before You by Jojo Moyles

4. The Teacher by Katerina Diamond 

5. Between You and Me by Lisa Hall

6. Behind Closed Doors by BA Paris

7.The Girl in the Ice by Robert Bryndza 

8. A Gangster’s Grip by Heather Burnside

9. Three Daughters by Consuelo Saah Baehr

10. The Playground by CS Boyack

Did you read any of these reviews or books? Please share your thoughts in Comments. 


  1. Alas, no, I have not. I scanned down hoping to see The Gargoyle and becoming more and more dispirited as I thumbed the roller on my mouse! I do dip in when the cover, book, author intrigue me though and remain staggered by how many you manage to get through! Keep up the great reviews.

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  2. Me Before You left me completely bereft too. I have not watched the film. I can’t yet. I did read ‘After You,’ though. Three Daughters is now on my TBR. You are an amazing reviewer. I can’t even keep with my GR challenge. I have hope for this year of course. Love the new look on your blog and a happy, healthy new year to you.

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    1. Thank you, I’m not sure about the reviewing but I do enjoy reading the books I do every year, but it’s easy when I only have the main responsibility of keeping myself well. A happy, productive and prosperous New Year to you too.


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