Top Ten Tuesday: I Loved More Than I Thought I Would

Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday is an original weekly meme feature created at The Broke and the Bookish. We’d love to share our lists with other bookish folks and would LOVE to see your top ten lists. For the list of past topics and future schedule, click here.


I Loved More Than I Thought I Would

 

 

Which books did you love more than you thought you would? Which ones did you love less? 

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12 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: I Loved More Than I Thought I Would

  1. I LOVED Somebody Like You! It was such a good story and I’m really excited about the rest of the series. Ellie Alexander is also a favorite and The Land of Stories is on my TBR. Love the covers!

  2. I haven’t read a single one of these, Charlie, but a few are either on my shelf already or on my tbr. Wonder and Outlander are ones I’d really like to get read this year. 🙂

  3. I didn’t jump on the Harry Potter bandwagon right away. I was really hesitant to try them, but once I did (about the time the fourth book came out), I fell in love. I have a Ravenclaw lanyard I wear to work with my ID badge on it even. 🙂 I loved Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet. Great list, Charlie!

  4. Nice picks! When I first read the first Harry Potter book, I thought it was OK but didn’t get what everyone was raving about — probably because at the time, I was experiencing sky-high anxiety and frequent panic attacks, and couldn’t really concentrate on anything. I read it again after our daughter fell in love with the series a few years later (and after my anxiety had been brought down to manageable levels), and I was totally hooked.

    The Donna Alward book was unexpectedly charming, too (as are the two that follow it.)

  5. Hi! Wonder is a book a lot of the middle school students I teach like. I should probably read it. haha. Looking For Alaska was my first John Green book. I really liked it, although it made me pretty depressed. 🙂
    My TTT
    Leslie

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