{Top Ten Tuesday} My Not-So-Secret Love for These Books

Posted April 28, 2020 by Leah in Memes & Features, Top 10 Tuesday / 20 Comments

Happy Tuesday, everyone! Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.

Hello! Today’s Top Ten was supposed to be about the books we wished we’d read as a child, but I’m a firm believer that it’s never too late to read that book. So I’m going rogue and backtracking to the topic from a few weeks ago: Books I love but hardly talk about. I didn’t complete this one for the plain reason that…I forgot. *nervous laugh* But it’s not too late to chat about these titles. Let’s begin!

Books I Read Before I Blogged

Books I Adored But Never Reviewed

 

Books I’ve Reviewed Here But Feel Need More Attention

 

Thanks for stopping by!

 

Leah
Leah

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20 responses to “{Top Ten Tuesday} My Not-So-Secret Love for These Books

    • Leah

      There were so many books I wanted to list, but Anna Dressed in Blood had to be one of them. I loved that one.

  1. Greg
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    I remember hearing so many good things about Station Eleven. And it seems like such a topical read now haha! Midnight at the Electric is one that’s caught my eye as well.

    • Leah

      I’ve been thinking about Station Eleven so much lately. It might be time to reread it. It is very relevant to today.

  2. Jo

    Not Even Bones is on my TBR, I’m really looking forward to reading it! Have you read Ruta Sepetys’ other book, Between Shades of Gray? I enjoyed Salt To The Sea, but that one is my favourite of hers.

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    • Leah

      I have Between Shades of Gray but I never got around to reading it. I’ll definitely check it out. 😀

  3. RS

    Comment, part I: Never too late to read a good kid’s book, true, but I do think that when you read a book as a child, you form a link with it differently than you do as an adult. There are some books — different for every individual, probably — that I think feel extra magic that way. So I’m curious, as a passing stranger: are there any books that particularly stand out in your memory as childhood favorites?

    Comment, Part II: I’m glad you did this topic, though, because it was one of my faves and it’s great to have another participant. I haven’t read any of these titles but I have always thought Secret of a Heart Note has a gorgeous cover. I saw it in a bookstore and I’ve never been so tempted to buy a book for its beauty alone. Also, I’ve not heard of A Constellation of Roses but wow does it sound good. Adding to TBR.

    • Leah

      Very good point. If I’m being honest, I couldn’t think of any to list, which is why I switched topics. 🙂

      The cover for The Secret of a Heart Note is beautiful. I hope you enjoy A Constellation of Roses!

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