Today’s prompt for Top Ten Tuesday is Rewind! Or basically we can do any prompt from the past that we missed or want to do again…which is fun and gives me
too many a lot of things to choose from. But I decided to go with Books that I loved, but that I didn’t review. And I’m sticking with books that I’ve read since book blogging (since any book from before was never reviewed). Because sometimes I finish a book, and I just don’t want to write a review. It happens, okay? But I’m going to give them some love here. So let’s begin, shall we?
Winter by Marissa Meyer
I reviewed the first three books and the prequel in this series, but for some reason, I finished this one and just couldn’t motivate myself to review it. Even though it’s my favorite book of the series. I just think everything wraps up really nicely, and I love it! I’ve read all the other ones at least twice, so I’m thinking I’ll re-read this one sometime next year.
The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman
Neil Gaiman is a writing genius/wizard. His books are magical and unique and sometimes creepy. But I loved this book. It’s filled with gorgeous illustrations that bring a lot of the creepy/magical essence into it. You should go read it!
Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery
Anne Shirley is my spirit animal. Not really…because we’re totally different. But I love her. She’s feisty and spunky and so dramatic, and I. Love. It. So much. I’m hoping to read the third one in the series soon!
Poison Study by Maria V. Snyder
This was such a fun book! And the romance. Sa-woon. I’ve read the first two in the series (I think only the first two), but I really want to continue on! So many books, so little time!
Me Before You by Jojo Moyes
This book made me cry. And books don’t make me cry easily. So when they do, I’m impressed (I’m looking at you Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince). It’s just so heart-wrenching. I think they did a pretty good job with the movie, too, but the book is definitely better.
The Rose and the Dagger by Renée Ahdieh
I’m obsessed with this series. I loved the first one (and reviewed it here), but I couldn’t bring myself to write a review for this one. I’m not sure why. The first book was better than this one, in my opinion, but I still loved it! And the ending! Talk about an emotional rollercoaster!
A Study in Charlotte by Brittany Cavallero
I loved this book! I didn’t review it, but I was part of the blog tour and interviewed the author, Brittany Cavallaro. I love classic retellings because it gives a new perspective on books and stories you already know and love. And surprise! Holmes is a girl in this one. Heck yes.
Kindred Spirits by Rainbow Rowell
This book was so cute and little and fun. It made my nerdy heart happy. Even though I still have 321839201 copies from when Book Depository sent me a bunch.
Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton
I read this after seeing Jurassic World and before seeing Jurassic Park (I know, I saw them out of order. Sue me). But it was really interesting! A lot was science-y stuff that I didn’t get (like in the Martian), but I was 100% okay with that. It was super stressful (in a good way) and a great story.
The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde
This is one of my all-time favorite classic plays! I’ve had to read it twice for class now, and I still love it. My school’s putting on this play in a few months, and I’m excited to go see it! You should really go read it if you haven’t. It’s fast and witty and wonderful. And then go watch the Reese Witherspoon and Colin Firth movie adaptation. #Glorious.
Have you read any of these books? What did you think? Have you read any books and loved them…but then just didn’t feel like reviewing them? Let me know in the comments! And link me to your TTT!