Rules for Top Ten Tuesday:
Every Tuesday there is a new topic that you will find over at That Artsy Reader Girl.
The goal is to give your top ten answers, but you can give as many as you want. Put a twist on the topic to make it work for you!
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- Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng: One of the first adult contemporaries I’ve ever read. I started off 2018 with a bang, and I bought two copies of it. One is signed—not to brag or anything (lol).
2. The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho: I actually listened to this on audio when I started my first job in Kentucky. I listened to it three times in one day. It was so comforting that I asked for the physical copy for my birthday. My sister bought me the pretty cover, which I have since tabbed to pieces.
3. The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien: Do I have to explain why I’m thankful for this?
4. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone by J.K. Rowling: I was nervous to read this because of the hype. When I made my decision to give it five stars, I almost couldn’t believe it. It truly is a good book.
5. The Weight of Ink by Rachel Kadish: This is just the best book I have ever read. It’s a commitment, but it’s so worth the read. I would love to reread it at some point in the future.
6. Birthday Girl by Penelope Douglas: Started my love for romance novels. I had read The Kiss Quotient and told myself I’d never read another. Penelope Douglas knows how to write romance.
7.The Golden Compass by Philip Pullman: This was different compared to anything else I have ever read. I would love to pick this one back up before the next installment of The Book of Dust comes out.
8. An Object of Beauty by Steve Martin: I only picked this up because it was written by Steve Martin. He truly is a renaissance man in every sense of the term.
9. The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid: I had stumbled upon this one on Goodreads. I read one review of it, and I took a chance it. I was still reading a lot of young adult books at this time, but I realized that wasn’t the age range I wanted to read.
10. This Tender Land by William Kent Krueger: This was just a rollercoaster of emotions. I was hesitant in the beginning, but Krueger changed my mind immediately!
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