Hello there, and happy Tuesday! Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by Jana @ That Artsy Reader Girl where there is a topic and you make a list that best fits that topic! Last week, I didn’t get to the post, so I decided to do that today, because it’s a really fun one! The topic that I am going with today is Books I loved but never reviewed!
Here are ten books I loved but never reviewed!
Some of these books I read a while ago, before I had my blog and was reviewing books on a regular basis. Most of them, I read and just didn’t feel like reviewing. Here is why I didn’t review the ten books above that I loved.
Every Soul a Star, by Wendy Mass is a really beautiful book, and I love it so much! I last read it a while ago, but I remember so much of it!! I think that if I reread it sometime when I don’t have as many other books that I need to read and review, I’ll probably write a review.
I first read Absolutely Truly, by Heather Vogel Frederick about two years ago, I think around the beginning of sixth grade. The mystery, the friendships, and the fact that it practically revolves around a bookstore all make me love this book! I do think that I’ll probably review this book someday, because I have so many thoughts on why I love it so much!
The Priory of the Orange Tree, by Samantha Shannon is an enormous book, and one that took me a very long time to get through. When I finished it, I just didn’t really feel like writing an entire review.
I really loved Ordinary Girls, by Blair Thornburgh, and I do think I wrote a few sentences about it on Goodreads. I didn’t really feel like writing a full review, however, and I don’t know if I ever will.
The Gilded Wolves, by Roshani Chokshi is a really amazing book, and one that I really need to reread. Soon. I first read it last fall, or maybe in the early winter. It was a long time ago. I don’t even remember a huge amount of the details, just that I really loved the book. I’m actually planning on rereading it in preparation for reading the sequel, The Silvered Serpents, and I got a copy from my library just a few days ago.
I’m not exactly sure why I picked up The Beginning of Everything, by Robin Schneider, and I don’t remember much about the plot. I do remember the feeling of amazement when I finished the book. I really loved it, but I didn’t really have enough opinions on it to write a review.
The Maze of Bones, by Rick Riordan is the first book in the 39 clues series, and is a book that I really love. The book follows siblings Amy and Dan as they are thrown into a hunt for 39 clues which if won, will make the winners the most powerful people on Earth. I definitely have more appreciation for the books every time that I reread them because watching the character development across the books and series is really wonderful.
I’ve talked about A Snicker of Magic, by Natalie Lloyd a bit, but I never reviewed it. That is mostly because I haven’t read it in a couple of years. The book is still one of my favorites though; it’s such a magical, sweet, story, and the characters are amazing!
Hattie Every After, by Kirby Larson is the sequel to Hattie Big Sky, which I actually did review. I’ve read it many, many times, but I don’t know if I’ll ever want to write a review of it. Maybe a list of fifteen reasons why I love the book or something. Does that sound interesting?
Another book that I have read many times is The List, by Patricia Forde. The List, however, isn’t just a book that I’ve reread a lot. I read that book over and over and over, trying to memorize all of the tiniest details for a reading competition thing that happens in my state. I don’t think that I’ll ever review it because I feel like it would be really hard to review a book that I’ve thought about so much, and that I’ve read so many times. On the other hand, if I try, maybe it would turn out easier? Who knows.