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Top Reviews of 2013

Top Reviews of 2013


Last week I posted my top posts of 2013. None of my reviews made it the list, so for as much my own entertainment and enlightenment as anything else, here are my top reviews of 2013. (These are the top viewed in 2013. Most of the book reviews weren’t written in 2013. All of the TOS reviews were.)

Top Book Reviews

  1. Thunder Dog by Michael Hingson
  2. Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers
  3. Broken Angel by Sigmund Brouwer
  4. The Crossing by Serita Jakes
  5. The Ugly Stepsister Strikes Back by Sariah Wilson
  6. Excuse Me, My Brains Have Stepped Out by Pandora Poikilos
  7. Nate Rocks the School by Karen Pokras Toz
  8. Letters from the Closet by Amy Hollingsworth
  9. Women Empowering Themselves: A Financial Survival Guide by Antoinette Babek & Hollis Colquhoun
  10. So I’m a Double Threat by Julie Prestsater

 Top Homeschool Reviews

  1. Bible Study Guide for All Ages
  3. Scaredy Cat Reading System
  4. Flowering Baby
  5. TouchMath
  6. Bridgeway Academy
  7. Dr. Crafts Active Play Book
  8. The Presidential Game
  9. KidCoder Web Series

Top Reviews Overall

  1. Thunder Dog
  2. Redeeming Love
  3. Bible Study Guide for All Ages
  5. Broken Angel
  6. The Crossing
  7. The Ugly Stepsister Strikes Back
  8. Excuse Me, My Brains Have Stepped Out
  9. Flowering Baby
  10. Nate Rocks the School


  • Naila Moon

    Oh, more books for me to look over and review. Whoo hoo! Have you made a reading goal this year? I am now your new follower. Will you do the same?

    Hope to connect with you at the January Blogathon. Thanks for signing up!

    ~Naila Moon

    • Amanda

      Hi, Naila! I’d follow you, but I’m not sure where to find you. :-) That is one disadvantage of Disqus. The profiles aren’t so helpful.

      My reading goal for this year is 200 books. Those aren’t all review books, though. In fact, I’m cutting back on the book reviews. I’ll still have a few, but not as many as in the past.

      • Naila Moon

        Whoa…200? Of course you did say you will not be reviewing all of them.

        You can find my book review blog here:

        My regular blog is here:

        Thanks so much.

        • Amanda

          Yeah, 200 is pretty typical for me. According to Goodreads, I read 365 books in 2011, an average of 200 pages a day. 2012 was a little more scattered, so I only read 325. I don’t have all my 2013 books entered yet, but I’m not sure I’ll have as many. I read pretty quickly. LOL