Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Top Ten Books I Could Re- Read Forever

 

 Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by 
That Artsy Reader Girl. Each week a new Top Ten list will be posted. Everyone is welcome to join. Link back so everyone can check out other bloggers' lists. It's a fun way to get to know fellow bloggers.

This week is Top Ten Books I Could Re- read Forever. Ooh this one's easy, I guess it's like a favorite books list almost. The problem with this one is keep it DOWN to ten lol. So here we go!     


The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet (Wayfarers, #1)

One of my favorite books. 

Planet of Exile

Same here. 

The Blue

I'm not sure why but this book really grabbed me. 

The Shark Club

I loved the setting, the conservation message, and just everything about it. 

Big Little Lies

Loved it


The first book and an awesome idea. 

Eight Hundred Grapes

Just a good read. 

Lost Girls

Good stuff. 


Tintin in Tibet

One of my favorite Tintin's. 

Vitro

74 comments:

  1. I feel very lost this TTT,I haven't read or heard of almost any of the books from most lists that I have seen so far.
    I can not re-read books but I love to re-read my favorite scenes. My TTT.

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    1. I do like to re- read favorite scenes sometimes too, just like I like to rewatch favorite scenes from movies. And don't feel bad I've seen a lot of books I haven't read too!

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  2. OMG! Tintin! I love those books :D

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  3. Ooh, I haven't heard of a lot of these titles but they look really interesting - checking them out on Goodreads now! Thank you for the recommendations.

    Here's my Top Ten Tuesday!

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    1. You're welcome! Thanks for stopping by!

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  4. This girl does not re-read, but I love all Moriarty's books, and will forever read whatever she writes. I still want to read Shark Club too.

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    1. I don't re- read much anymore, at all. Big Little Lies though I might make an exception. :) Shark Club is good!

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  5. I haven't tried any of the ones you listed yet, Greg, but there are a few I think could work well for me. Thanks for sharing :)

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    1. Sure, and hope you're having a good Tuesday!

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  6. I need to check some of these out, especially Big Little Lies. I didn't watch the series because I wanted to try to read the book first, lol.

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    1. I loved big Little Lies, but the book was the best for me!

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  7. I only did try 2 because well I did read all the Tintin and I tried the City of The Lost too

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    1. How did you like City of the Lost? I'm pretty fond of that series...

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  8. Yeah, Planet of Exile was a good story.

    Here is our Top Ten Tuesday. Thanks!

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    1. Ooh someone else who's read it. :)

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  9. Fun topic this week! I could definitely re-read the Casey Duncan series, it is so good! In fact I wonder if I would pick up more the second time around? Hmm, something to contemplate now LOL! The H.P. series has always been one I could re-read over and over again, in fact I have multiple times before I became a blogger and now I don't seem to have as much time to do so, which is sad, I should make time.

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    1. I wonder the same thing about the Casey Duncan books- like is there foreshadowing or hints I missed first time around? And I hear you, with blogging it's hard to find time to re- read!

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  10. I have got to read The Shark Club. I never tire of seeing it on your blog and each time I do, I become more and more curious!

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    1. I do show it a lot, and I highly recommend!

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  11. I've got to make time to read Big Little Lies. Although I have many favorites, I don't re-read books. I have too many on my TBR list to go through!

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    1. I highly recommend Big Little Lies, SO good!

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  12. My problem is I don't have time to reread so I didn't put a list together this week. But I have seen the Becky Chambers books on other lists, so that tells me I should really be reading that series😊

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    1. Same here. Too many new books! Oh I think you'd like the chambers book, they're fabulous!

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  13. Some of these are on my list to read but haven't got to them yet. Sigh. So many books!

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    1. I know, I'll never have time for 'em all!

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  14. I need to reread Big Little Lies - I really like Moriarty, and it's been so long since I read that one.

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    1. Same here. My favorite book of hers.

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  15. Wonder how I managed to miss the Tintin books? I don’t remember those at all.
    Lost Girls and Eight Hundred Grapes are still sitting on my TBR.

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    1. The Tintin's are great, although more for kids. Although I enjoy reading them! Eight Hundred was a good book.

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  16. I haven't read any of these books. Little Big Lies has been on my tbr, I haven't watched the series but heard a lot about it.

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    1. Big Little Lies is one of my favorites!

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  17. Nope, haven't read any of these and I actually didn't finish Bi Little Lies because I wanted to watch it and I didn't see it either...

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  18. I haven't read any of these but seeing as they are favorites that you can re-read always kind of make me more interested in them than normal because that says a lot to be a re-readable book!!!

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  19. I know you really love the Long Way! I want to give it another try just because you keep posting about it is on ALL your lists :) Big Little Lies was awesome!

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  20. I haven't read any of these, but I AM curious about Big Little Lies - both the book and show, as I haven't seen that either.

    -Lauren
    www.shootingstarsmag.net

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  21. I need to read a lot of these for the first time.

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  22. Great choices! I loved Big Little Lies as well! I still need to read A Long Way to a Small Angry Planet but I hope to do so soon! Have a wonderful week and happy reading!

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  23. Really great list! I haven't read any of these, so maybe I need to rectify that. City of the Lost sounds interesting, and I really need to finally read Ursula K. Le Guin--I have a few of hers sitting around and I can't believe I haven't read them.

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  24. Pretty sure I've seen 'Planet' around the blogosphere, but what it's about, I haven't a clue! :D Glad these made such an impression - those are THE best kind of reads.

    Happy Top Ten Tuesday - and thanks so much for visiting Finding Wonderland.

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  25. I haven't read any of these. Obviously, I need to check them out. ;)

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  26. I have not read any! But I have listened to the audio of Tintin as a kid

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  27. Very surprised to see Becky Chambers on your list. *sarcastic* ;)

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  28. I've read Big Little Lies about 3 times - well, listened to it once and reread in print twice. Love it. And I own the Small Angry Planet book and The Blue, but haven't read them yet. Good to know that I should move them up the huge, huge stack!

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  29. I should have done this one. This is one of the things I want to do more of this year. I was caught up in review books for so long that I never had time for re-reads.

    Karen @ For What It's Worth

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  30. I'm gonna have to look into these because I haven't read any of them.

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  31. I haven't read The Blue yet, but will be adding it to my ever growing reading wishlist!

    Here's a link to my TTT post this week:
    http://captivatedreader.blogspot.com/2018/02/top-ten-tuesday-top-20-books-i-want-to.html

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  32. I've been wanting to read City of the Lost. It sounds really good!

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  33. I also had a hard time narrowing my list down to ten!

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  34. I don't usually reread books, but I love the sound of the selection you have up there!

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  35. I've got Big Little Lies coming up on my audio list and I'm so excited! I haven't read it yet. The Blue looks great too.

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    1. I insist that you read the Blue! Ha ha kidding. But Big Little Lies= awesome!

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  36. I appreciated how easy this one was to write - I agree that it was almost like a favorite book list! But have you seen some of the topics coming up? Characters I Liked that Were in Nonfavorite Books? That sucker's going to be hard!

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    1. Yes I liked this one! And ack yes some of those topics coming up are tough! Who's picking these?? :)

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  37. Great choices! I also had a very hard time choosing only 10.

    Aj @ Read All The Things!

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  38. Is The long way to an angry planet a series, trilogy, or duology? I think my library has it and I might just check it out.

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  39. For some odd reason i just squealed seeing Tintin make your list!! I love love love Tintin.

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  40. I really want to read The Long Way to a Small Angry Planet. I also want to re-read Big Little Lies at some point. It was just an okay read for me the first time around, but I actually just finished watching the HBO series tonight and that was so good, it makes me want to revisit the book.

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  41. Nice list! I could not do this because I don't really reread stuff, except The Hunger Games! And yeah, keeping favorites to ten is basically impossible! So many of these that I still need to read- I think the only one I have read is Long Way to a Small Angry Planet, but it's definitely a good one!

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  42. Yes, I can definitely reread the Tintin books forever! Those are timeless.

    ~Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

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  43. Nice list! I haven't read any of these but they sure look interesting.

    I can't re-read books.. like ever. Simply because my unread TBR is higher than the books that I have actually read! Yes, no time to re-read :D

    My TTT: http://flippingthruthepages.com/2018/02/10-tv-series-worth-binge-watch/

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  44. Could always re-read some Tintin :D

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  45. Tintin! Always a classic, not that I'm biased lol

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  46. I need to find the time to read The Long Way to a Small Angry Planet soon, because it sounds like something I'd love and I've heard such praise for the series. I haven't read any LeGuin but I have a library copy of The Left Hand of Darkness sitting on my shelf eagerly waiting to be read, so hopefully I'll get to that soon. Great list!

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  47. I need to read Kelley Armstrong book.

    Adriana @ Reading Fictional

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  48. Ursula Le Guin is an author I feel like I /should/ read and enjoy...and my friend even gave me one of her books for my birthday last year, I just couldn't get into it!

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  49. I do like the look of City of the Lost.
    Lynn :D

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  50. I wish I could remember which Tin Tin books I've read. I used to like them.

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  51. Wow. It's so interesting to see a list of books I've never heard of! A lot of these look really interesting. :)

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  52. I still need to pick up Big Little Lies... soon!

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  53. I heard so many good things about The Long Way to a Small Angry Planet! I need to buy it next time I am at the bookstore (or Amazon, although this feels like the kind of book I want to feel in my hands).

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  54. Some of the books I could probably reread forever are the Percy Jackson books and the Reckoners by Brandon Sanderson.

    (And the Greatcoats by Sebastien de Castell ^^)

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  55. I love Ursula K. Le Guin and have reread several of her books. So I must add Planet of Exile to the mix.

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  56. AWESOME list!! Gah, Long Way To is STILL on my TBR... I'm hoping to get to it soon!!

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