Top Ten Books I Loved But Never Reviewed
Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. Every week bloggers all over the blogosphere create a top ten list based on that week's theme.
Everyone knows how enormously awesome these books are and of course Rowling herself. I love the world she created, the characters, the events, I love it. I never reviewed them simply because this is Rowling we're talking about you don't need a review to tell you how awesome this is, just listen to the buzz people!
Perfect Chemistry series by Simone Elkeles
I am in LOVE with this series. I mainly review books I received for review only and seeing as I never got them for review I didn't write one. Though, I really might now so that those who haven't experienced Elkeles awesomeness will!
Mates, Dates series by Cathy Hopkins
This is another fantastic series. And it's contemporary fiction too, which I adore. I never got around writing any reviews as there's just too many books in the series and when I start writing a review for one book in a series, I just have to write a review for every book in that series. LOL.
Cute. Seriously this book is just cute. I could just read it over and over. There's not much originality to it but It's just your typical teenage read. Oh and contemp too don't you just love realistic fiction.
Arthur, Hight King of Britain by Michael Morpurgo
This is more of a children's book well, don't let it put you off because it's just fantastic. No, really. It's especially my favourite because it's a medieval kind of book and I've always had some sort of attachment to that era. A mind blower!
Confessions of a Shopaholic by Sophie Kinsella
I loved the book and loved the book too. It's really funny and fun to read. Most of you guys should have heard of it was a great big hit in the US and UK. How I love to shop... :D
The Body Finder series by Kimberley Derting
Yeah, I gotta admit it was the whole romance thing going on between Violet and Jay that got me going and wanting more. Jay is just so lushhh. Though apart from the romance, the story itself was in fact great... it had a great touch to it, you know.
Before I Fall by Lauren Oliver
This teaches a lot about cause and consequence. It's good to read books like that often, that make you think. I loved reading it. I loved Delirium too, I reviewed that but not this which I really have no idea why because I SO should have.
Wither by Lauren DeStefano
Dystopian I love love love! I bet I would love every dystopian book out there (ithink). Anyways, this was a great read and the cover is so pretty. In this one, people can only live until a certain age and they start to wither.