Top Ten Tuesday: Books I enjoyed but rarely talk about

Happy Top Ten Tuesday! This week’s theme is books I enjoyed but rarely talk about. I feel like I’m always shouting about books that I loved from the last few years, so I figured I’d go back in time to share some books I really loved from further back.


Landline by Rainbow Rowell

Necessary Lies by Diane Chamberlain

In the Blood by Lisa Unger

Then and Always by Dani Atkins

The Truth About Alice by Jennifer Mathieu

Cinder by Marissa Meyer

The Death of Bees by Lisa O’Donnell

Margot by Jillian Cantor

Quiet by Susan Cain

The Unbearable Lightness of Being by Milan Kundera


Did you do your own Top Ten Tuesday post today? Feel free to leave your link in the comments and I’ll check it out! Have you read any of these books? What are some good books that you don’t think you talk about enough? Let’s talk in the comments!

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12 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Books I enjoyed but rarely talk about

  1. Jennifer says:

    I’m curious – are any of these ones that you read more than 5 years ago and loved at the time? I wonder how your read of it would be different now with the new things you’ve experienced. Sometimes when I reread one I used to love, I’ll find new reasons I love it that I wouldn’t have had context for when I was younger

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    • Sara @ The Bibliophagist says:

      All of them are books that I read a long time ago! One reason I don’t do rereads is that I’m scared I won’t like a book as much the second time around. I’m a lot pickier of a reader than I used to be! You’re right though, it’s possible that I could find even more to love about a book. 🙂

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      • Jennifer says:

        Haha I totally get that fear. Maybe you can take that as a challenge at some point this year – to re-read a book you read more than 3 or 5 years ago or something… if you’re willing to chance it!

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