Each week, The Broke and Bookish host a Top Ten Tuesday based on a certain bookish topic. Other bloggers are able to participate and post their own top ten list based on the topic.
This week’s Top Ten Tuesday topic is Top Ten Favorite Books I Read Before I Was A Blogger.
This question might be kinda, sorta, a problem, or at least, work where I have to stalk the books I reviewed list.
So here’s my list in no particular order:
1. Everneath by Brodi Ashton
Everneath is my favorite book based on the Persephone myth.
2.How Not to Spend Your Senior Year by Cameron Dokey
This is one of the first romantic comedies I’ve ever read published by Simon Pulse. I love how everything worked in How Not to Spend Your Senior Year, especially the mystery and romance.
3. Ransom by Lois Duncan
I love the whole idea of this book and the unique relationships that was either revealed or developed.
4. Stranger with My Face by Lois Duncan
Stranger with My Face is the first book I’ve ever read that taught me about astral projection. It’s still the best book I’ve ever read focused on astral projection.
5. Summer in the City by Elizabeth Chandler
The romance in this book got me swooning for days. The ending was also so not expected.
6. Life As We Knew It by Susan Beth Pfeffer
This is the first young adult science fiction book I’ve ever read. I love that the situation in Life As We Knew It can really happen to us.
7. Perfect You by Elizabeth Scott
Perfect You is my first Elizabeth Scott book. I love Kate and Will’s weird relationship.
8. When It Happens by Susane Colasanti
The first book I’ve ever read by Susane Colasanti. I completely fell in love with the characters and their situation, but if I read this book again now, I don’t think I’ll like it as much as the first time I’ve read it.
9. Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte
I was assigned to read Wuthering Heights my junior year in high school, and expecting to hate it, I avoided it like the plague until I actually read it. Yes, the characters are crazy, but hey, I can’t help but love the book anyway.
10. Crank by Ellen Hopkins
The first young adult book I’ve ever read was Crank. It came highly recommended from one of my friends and I fell in love with Ellen Hopkins’ writing style right away. Her poetry has so much meaning and feeling in them and she’s the only young adult author not afraid to venture into tough problems in the world.
And now, I want to know, what are your top ten books you read before you were a blogger?