Top Ten Tuesday: Books I’ve Added to my TBR and Forgotten Why

Hello fellow bookworms! This Tuesday I’ll do a shorter post than usual, because I don’t really find this topic engaging enough to write ten separate paragraphs. If you’ve been reading my blog, you probably know by now that my TBR is in 2000s oops, and yes, that means I have A LOT of books which I either don’t know or don’t understand why and how they found themselves on my TBR. I did have a phase in 2013 I think, of adding all the books similar to those I liked. Now that I dug this up, it’s quite possible I’ll remove these from my list for good, so if you have anything good to say about these ten books, now’s not the time to stay quiet. 😀 TTT is a weekly meme by That Artsy Reader Girl, and every Tuesday there is a different themed post of top 10 things.


Postmortem by Patricia Cornwell  | Fablehaven by Brandon Mull  |  Magyk by Angie Sage  |  The Affinity Bridge by George Mann  |  Graveminder by Melissa Marr

Prince of Thorns by Mark LawrenceThe Invention of Hugo Cabret by Brian Selznick  |  Blackbirds by Chuck Wendig  |  Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell  |  The Alchemyst by Michael Scott


Have you read any of these books? Give me a reason to keep them on my list, or a reason to remove them. I have no idea what made me add any of these in the first place, possibly a relation to some other books I loved and read, or the hype, or the pretty covers, who knows? I’m absolutely unfamiliar with these authors but if you’re not then tell me why you love them (or not) in the comments, and have a fantastic day! ❤

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