Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Top Ten Tuesday (1)

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Today I'm super excited and it is because I'm participating in this meme;
Top Ten Tuesday
Today we need to talk about our top ten books we loved but never wrote a review for. 
Can you believe this? I have read a bunch of books, and some of them were amazing, so when I saw the topic I said, oh, this is going to be easy… wrong! When I sat down to write this list was impossible for me to remember those books. OMG! But well, after working really hard, and looking over and over again my bookshelves, I finished this list. Just one thing, I know that there are more books, but unluckily I don't remember them all now, and this is a list of only Ten. : )


Top Ten Books You Loved But Never Wrote A Review For

In no particular order

Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë
I read this book like three years ago and even though I had already seen several TV series when I read it, I just loved the story. It's one of my favorites books. BTW, I also saw the movie with Mia Wasikowska and Michael Fassbender….and I loved it! : )

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen
I must admit I started reading this book some years ago, and I couldn't finish it. I literally hated it. It was too boring for me… But after watching the TV series, and later the movie with Keira Knightley and Matthew Macfadyen, I decided to give it a try…. and I loved it! : )

The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafon
I love his writing style!… I have all his books and they are amazing… I highly recommend them to everybody, so if you haven't read any of his books, what are you waiting for?

Millennium trilogy by Stieg Larsson
Just one word… Amazing… : )

 And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie
I loved this book. I remember my mom telling me over and over again: Read it, you're going to like it! And I was always making fun of the title of the book, or the name of the author… And she was right… I really like it! 

The Host by Stephenie Meyer
Believe it or not, I liked this book more than Twilight! 

Velocity by Dean Koontz
Awesome! If you like Thrillers… you need to read this one. What I didn't like about this book was the cover… I prefer the spanish one. What do you think?


The woman in White by Wilkie Collins
Another amazing book I love. At the first time was kind of boring, but after some pages, OMG! That was too intense! : )

Kafka on the Shore by Haruki Murakami.
I read this book some years ago, and I loved it. I don't know how I met this author… Maybe surfing on the web,  and I decided to buy one of his books… And his writing style and his stories caught my attention immediately. I have few of his books and I want to read more, but this one is my favorite, weird, but my favorite. 

Harry Potter Series 
Obvious… don't you think?


  1. Nice collection :)
    I was always interested in reading The Shadow of the Wind but never came around doing it.

  2. Great collection!!! I loved Jane Eyre and Pride and Prejudice!

  3. THE SHADOW OF THE WIND has been coming up in many bookish conversations of mine, and I'm starting to think that I should get my hands on the novel before someone murders me for not reading it. GONE WITH THE WIND also comes to my head when I ponder over the title, and that can't be a bad thing....Thanks for commenting!

  4. So many good books on your list! Shadow of the Wind is amazing (I really need to read some of his other books).

    Harry Potter is obvious, but I also love Jane Eyre and The Woman in White! Great list!

  5. I've been holding off from reading the Woman in White, I'll have to give it a try!

  6. And Then There Were None is an awesome book!! It made me an Agatha Christie fan

  7. My mother loved mysteries, so mysteries became my usual read during my teen years. Wow. I wonder how many of those I've yet to review!

  8. I feel exactly the same about the host. who cares about vampires when you have body snatching aliens. i love your blog. am now following:D

  9. Ooh, good list! I can't imagine writing a review for Jane Eyre or P&P either. There's just so much there! I put Woman in White on my Kindle based on a few recommendations I've received, and I really need to get around to it.

    THanks for stopping by my blog earlier! You definitely do need to read Revolution. It's just amazing. Oooh, AND you're reading Perfect Chemistry. I'm afraid I'll have to be your newest follower. :D


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