Top Ten Tuesday is run by That Artsy Reader Girl, and the idea it to write a list of ten things that match the weekly bookish prompt! This week’s Top Ten Tuesday is books that have single-word titles.
With uni stuff and assignments due, I almost forgot about today’s post, but there’s no better way to procrastinate an assignment than blogging! And hunting through my Goodreads shelf for books for this list was such a throwback!
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When I was in my early teens, I used to read pretty much everything on my Kindle – and I read a lot. I used to read hundreds of books a year (those were the days) because I went through Kindle books so quickly. I stumbled across Angelfall on the Kindle store and was amazed by how brilliant a book it was! I never continued on with the series, but I wish I had.
I remember loving this book, but for some reason I never continued on with the series. From what I recall, it was a unique take on Greek myths and showed the Gods in a different way than any other book I’ve read.
I didn’t read this book that many years ago, but can I remember anything about it? Barely. But I do remember being shocked by the ending – I do plan on continuing with the series at some point!
I feel like Fangirl is such a classic YA book! I still listen to the audiobook because it’s just a comfort read for me, and I love it every time.
This is another book I can barely remember anything about, but I gave it a good star rating, so I must’ve loved it!
This book used to be a fave of mine, and I’ve reread it so many times! It’s a great series, with a really interesting take on what would happen if aliens lived in the human world.
This is a graphic novel that I read late last year, and it’s super sweet! It’s perfect for prior fans of the author and illustrator, and for anyone who loves anything autumn!
I adored this book! So much so that I wrote a raving review for it, which you can read here. I read it at a time when I really wasn’t sure what I wanted to go on and do with my life (career wise), and it was such a big help to read about characters going through similar things.
I read this series such a long time ago, and I really enjoyed it (though it’s another one on this list that I can’t recall most of what happened).
The number of times I’ve reread this book is definitely in the hundreds! It was a favourite for me throughout my teenage years, so the whole series holds a special place in my heart.
Have you read any of these books? If you’ve written a Top Ten Tuesday, feel free to link it in the comments!