Monday, August 22, 2011
Top Ten Tuesday-- Books I love but never wrote about:
The Broke and the Bookish
This weeks topic is books you loved but never posted reviews for.
These are in no particular order.
1: Paper Towns by John Green:
Actually, I never wrote a review for any of the John Green books I read. I read them so fast and kept reading for so long I just never wrote about them.
2: The Mortal Instruments by Cassandra Clare:
I read these before I started blogging. I became obsessed with them, even named a few of my pets after the characters. Then I forced the books down the throats of everyone I know; my mom, sister, aunt, babysitting kids, ect. Can't get enough of Jace. *sigh* awwww Jace.
3. Backstage Pass by Olivia Cunning:
I don't write reviews on the romance adult books I read. My blog is mostly for YA books and I know that some of my followers are younger in age. Plus it's just awkward to write those reviews.
4. The Twilight Saga by Stephenie Meyer:
I wasn't blogging at the time. Plus I find this one of those series it's just not necessary to write reviews for. Kind of like Harry Potter. It's awesome and I think you should read them. I don't care who you are.
5. Harry Potter by JK Rowling:
^^ If you haven't read them, do it now! These are a must. These books changed the world.
6. The Percy Jackson series by Rick Riordan:
Another series I read before I blogged. Also another series I tend to shove at people. These are must reads for every kid.
7. The Iron Queen by Julie Kagawa:
I just forgot to write the review. I read it during a really hard time in my life and I wasn't online much.
8. Clarity by Kim Harrington:
Also another case of forgotten review.
9. Vampire Crush by A.M. Robinson:
I keep telling myself I'm going to write this review and never do. I don't know what to say about it besides OMG I LOVED IT! One day I'll get around to writing the review.
10. Dark Desires After Dusk by Kresley Cole:
This is another series I don't write reviews for. Maybe because every single one of her books follows the same patterns and I'd be saying the same exact thing in every one of the reviews. Out of the books I've read in this series, this one was my favorite so far.