Goodreads Winners 2017

For those who didn’t have a chance to check up who are Goodreads Winners 2017, here’s list for you. 

Fiction: Little Fires Everywhere, Celeste Ng

Mystery & Thriller: Into the Water, by Paula Hawkins

Historical Fiction: Before We Were Yours, by Lisa Wingate

Fantasy: Fantastic Beasts, by JK Rowling

Romance: Without Merit, by Colleen Hoover

Science Fiction: Artemis by Andy Weir

Horror: Sleeping Beauties, by Stephen King and Owen King

Humor: Talking As Fast As I Can, by Lauren Graham

Nonfiction: How To Be A Bawse, by Lilly Singh

Memoir & Autobiography: What Happened, by Hillary Rodham Clinton

History & Biography: The Radium Girls, by Kate Moore

Science & Technology: Astrophysics for People in a Hurry, by Neil deGrasse Tyson

Food & Cookbooks: The Pioneer Woman Cooks – Come And Get it!, by Ree Drummond

Graphic Novels & Comics: Big Mushy Happy Lump, by Sarah Andersen

Poetry: The Sun And Her Flowers, by Rupi Kaur

Debut Goodreads: The Hate You Give, by Angie Thomas

Young Adult Fiction: The Hate You Give, by Angie Thomas

Young Adult Fantasy: Court Wings Ruin, by Sarah J. Maas

Middle Grade & Children’s: The Ship of The Dead, by Rick Riordan 

Picture Books: We’re All Wonders, by R.J. Palacio


What do you think about it? Do you agree with it or you feel some of them didn’t really deserve the title? Honestly, I think that Behind Her Eyes by Sarah Pinborough was a better book than Into The Water and it would have deserved the title for Best Mystery & Thriller. And at Best Young Adult Fiction I would have preferred that One Of Us Is Lying by Karen M. McManus to win. And I am fine will all other winners. 

Comment below your thoughts about the winners. 


 

9 thoughts on “Goodreads Winners 2017

    1. Me neither! I haven’t read it yet but I heard isn’t that good. And honestly there were other good books on that genre. The Hate You Give is on my list as well.

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      1. That’s unfortunately mass mentality. People vote for the books and authors they know. That’s why it’s good that books like ‘The Hate You Give’ has won, YA is popular thus people do actually read it and their opinions will be much more truthful.

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