Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by The Broke & The Bookish. Each week they release a Top Ten Theme and invite everyone to join in and make their own Top Ten List.
I really like TTT ‘freebie’ week as it allows me to cater my list to whatever I want to talk about at the present time, and so after a lot of thinking (it hurt!) I eventually decided on Top Ten Books I Have Read but Haven’t Reviewed.
There are a number of books that, for whatever reason I haven’t had the opportunity to review on Broc’s Bookcase. Some books, like the Harry Potter series I read way before Broc’s Bookcase was even an idea whilst other like Anna and the French Kiss just left me so speechless that I could never put the words on a page to describe just how much I loved them.
Harry Potter (J.K.Rowling)
I read this series WAY before Broc’s Bookcase, way before I even started thinking about reviewing books. I’m always telling people that the Harry Potter books are my favourite books ever, but there are no reviews on my blog to prove that. I don’t care how long it takes, whether a month or a year… I will get Harry Potter Reviews on my blog!!!
The Eden Trilogy (Keary Taylor)
I read this trilogy whilst travelling around China which meant a lot of reading on buses, trains and the underground. I loved it so much that I just went straight from one book to the next without any thought for getting down my thoughts and instead just wanting to get to the end! I don’t fee like this trilogy has nearly enough of the love that it deserves and would love to review it on my blog and get the word out!
Starcrossed Trilogy (Josephine Angelini)
I love Greek mythology and so adored this trilogy. The first two books were released before I started blogging, and I didn’t want to review the third on my blog without the review for the previous two (I’m a bit of a perfectionist, a.k.a weirdo, when it comes to organisation, and I hate not having complete series reviewed on my blog!) but then I never got round to writing the reviews for the previous two, so the review for the third never got posted. But I would really love to share the love with this one, because it is great!
Inheritance Cycle (Christopher Paolini)
Another one that I read before I started Broc’s Bookcase, but I really want to review more fantasy on my blog and this series would be the first thing I would pick!
The Hunger Games Trilogy (Suzanne Collins)
Because I am always reading abut other peoples opinions about this trilogy, and I haven’t shared my thoughts and feeling on it yet! I read this one years before Broc’s Bookcase, and since then I just don’t seem to have found the time to re-read them so to write a review to do this series justice. But I will!
Anna & the French Kiss Trilogy (Stephanie Perkins)
This was a trilogy that I had been meaning to read and review for ages, 1) because it looked amazing, and 2) because people kept coming on my blog and recommending it to me because they noticed I didn’t have a review for it. So I read all three, loved them, and had so much trouble trying to describe exactly why I loved them that I never managed to write a review for them. And because they are still not listed in my reviews people still continue to recommend them to me!
The Runaway Princess (Hester Brown)
A standalone this time, I read this in the summer when I had just started my blog and was just getting the feel of things so it never made it on. But it’s one of my favourite adult books (which is saying something, because I’m not fan of adult literature) and so for that reason I would really like it’s review on my blog.
Before I Die (Jenny Downham)
I read this one way back when it first came out and have been meaning for a while to review it for Broc’s Bookcase, but every time I open up the page to start writing I can’t find the words. I think it’s going to be a while before I manage to get a review up for this one, but only because I love it so much.
Safe Haven (Nicholas Sparks)
I always have big plans to write a load of Adult literature reviews, but never quite get round to it. But when I do this one will be the first because I adore it. It is number one on my Adult Lit list and I would love to persuade at least one new person to read it with my review.
The Last Song (Nicholas Sparks)
He is the Adult Romance genius and I feel kinda bad that I haven’t reviewed any of his books on my blog yet considering how much I enjoy them. This one was beautiful, and is possible my second favourite Sparks book. I need to share the love with these ones!