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Tuesday, 23 January 2018

Top Ten Tuesday: top ten books I liked but can't remember

Every Tuesday I've decided to take part in The Artsy Reader Girl's Top Ten Tuesday linky. If you're obsessed with books like I am, check it out! Every week is a different theme, and by looking at the title you can see that this week is about those top ten books you liked but can't remember. If you're anything like me, that's nearly every book I like; my memory is so bad!

So without anymore waffle, here's my list!


1. Golden Compass by Philip Pullman

I read this such a long time ago, so it's only natural that i've forgot about it. I never really got into the His Dark Materials series. Maybe i'll go back to it one day.

2. The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood

I had to read this one at college for English lit A Level, so that's probably why I've forgotten it! I do remember slowly getting into it after a while, so I must have liked it.


Such a classic! I really enjoyed this rather unusual title, but don't ask me what happened because I simply can't remember! I remember the plot being really strange... correct me if i'm wrong?


I think we read this in school again, as you can imagine most kids do. I know it's a classic but I don't think I truly enjoyed it at the time. I think I found it interesting though. I reckon I would like it better now that I'm older.


I think my Dad gave me a copy of this when I was really little. I don't know why and I don't really remember reading it, all I know is I definitely did! 


I'm a huge Roald Dahl fan.. well I was when I was younger. I can't say i've read many of his books recently but i'd love to give them all another go when I finally have kids.


I loved this book so much!! SO much so that I can't really remember the plot! It doesn't mean I didn't like it though. In my defence, it was a long time ago.


I don't think I'll ever forget how CUTE this book is. Just look at it! Shame I can't remember what happened it in...I'd love to read it in French. Might need to learn French first though!


Another one read for English Literature A Level. We were focusing on poems by Sylvia Plath and were also told to read this. Despite the sad moments, I enjoyed it. A title that everyone should read once.


I remember at the time (when I was about 17), picking this book up and not really knowing what to expect. I don't really remember what happened but all I know is that I really got drawn in to it and couldn't put it down! I might have to read it again. 

Which titles did you love but can't remember? What do you think about my top ten picks?












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