Top ten Tuesday: Books I loved but never reviewed

I don’t always do top ten Tuesday posts, but this week’s topic just seems perfect for me! TTT features books I read and loved, but never reviewed on my blog for whatever reason. I don’t know why, but before I became a book blogger I used to think that ratings were more important than reviews.  I have no idea why I thought that. Today I’m going to share a few of those books with you! This takes place on That Artsy Reader girl’s blog!

1. Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling.

I never reviewed this series despite the fact that I love them and reread them every year. And please, no hate for being a fan still. I don’t even follow J.K. Rowling’s Twitter. It’s ok to still like Harry Potter and have different opinions from the author.

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2. The Undomestic Goddess by Sophie Kinsella.

This is another book I reread almost as much as Harry Potter. I still just never reviewed this for some reason.

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3. Twenties Girl by Sophie Kinsella

This was actually my first introduction to the chick literature/ romance/romantic comedy world. I had seen Confessions of the shopaholic movie but not read the books yet.  I love Sophie Kinsella’s standalones except for Wedding Night.

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4. Shadowland by Meg Cabot aka The Mediator series.

When I was in high school I remember running to the bookstore to purchase the next copy of this book each weekend because my mom would only let me buy one at a time. I LOVED this series.

Shadowland (The Mediator, #1)

5. All American Girl by Meg Cabot.

I read this book so many times in high school that I sold the book to a used bookstore to get the ebook because it was falling apart.

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6. Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead.

I think I’ve only reviewed Bloodlines books because I simply adored that series. Vampire Academy was still awesome, but I never reviewed at least the first one.

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7. Unearthly by Cynthia Hand.

Unearthly (Unearthly #1)

8. Princess Diaries by Meg Cabot.

The third one especially was my favorite.

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9. Where we belong by Emily Giffin.

I like Emily Giffin’s older books! I just never reviewed her stuff for some reason except for the ARC I actually got, but her stuff is usually standalones.

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10. I’ve got your number by Sophie Kinsella.

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Thanks for reading! Feel free to share your TTT posts! 

12 thoughts on “Top ten Tuesday: Books I loved but never reviewed”

  1. I’ve liked the Meg Cabot and Sophie Kinsella books that I’ve read, but I haven’t kept up with their output! I agree that books should be enjoyed on their own apart from the authors’ personalities or politics.

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