Welcome to another week of Top Ten Tuesday! TTT is a bookish meme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl! Each week bloggers are given a topic and challenged to list their own top ten on that topic.
Last week we listed our Bookish Resolutions or Goals (Ughhh!). This week we’re listing Books I Really Liked but Can’t Remember Anything/Much About. That happens to me more than I care to mention. Many times I’ll point out a book I know I liked and when asked what it was about I wouldn’t have a clue! But I still KNOW that I liked it. It’s especially true with those $1.99 Kindle books I buy like crazy.
As always, if you have your own books to add, or just want to leave a link to your own TTT, feel free to add it to the comments!
Brightest Kind of Darkness by P.T. Michelle
I know I liked this book. I have it and the sequel and I kinda remember fawning over it for awhile, but for the life of me I can’t remember ANY of the story; which is sad because I think there’re four books out now.
The Fallen Star by Jessica Sorensen
I remember this being a quick and easy read, and the main characters having one of those hate/love relationships y/a novels are so fond of. I also remember finishing this series with my older sister, but I don’t remember much else about it.
Reason to Breathe by Rebecca Donovan
I remember this book being incredibly sad. I also remember hating how the sequels turned out, so I may have blocked the memory of the first book in retaliation. Oh well.
The Forest of Hands and Teeth by Carrie Ryan
I remember this being a good zombie book that reminded me of M. Night Shyamalan’s The Villiage, and I think I remember a strong brother/sister relationship, but that’s about it. It also has a sequel that I never got around to reading.
Blood and Chocolate by Annette Curtis Klause
This one is iffy on the ‘like’ part. I remember having to read this in class in junior high, and I remember liking it; but I also remember going back in high school to re-read it before a movie came out and not liking it so much. Now I don’t remember much about it at all.
The Goose Girl by Shannon Hale
I’ve read all the Books of Bayern and KNOW they’re great fairy tale re-tellings, but I can not remember the stories themselves. It’s probably because I read them when I was on a re-telling reading binge and they all started to blur together after a dozen or so.
The Journey to the West Vol. 1 by Wu Cheng’en
I got through the first volume of this book! There’re like, four or five, I forget. I had a goal (Aughh!) of getting through the whole thing, but I fell completely flat. Now I can’t really remember what happened in the first volume and have to start over.