#TopTenTuesday – 10 Books I Loved but Will Never Re-Read


Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.

Ten Books I Loved but Will Never Re-Read

(submitted by Brandyn @ Goingforgoldilocks)

Never say never…but if I have to, here are my picks:

1. Great Expectations, Charles Dickens

Probably won’t touch this one again simply because it is so long, but it truly did have an impact on my life.

2. You’re Never Weird on the Internet (Almost), Felicia Day

This was the funniest! I wish I had time to read it again, but I have to manage that (my time) super carefully these days. Sad face!

3. The Little Paris Bookshop, Nina George

OMG you guys! The tears from this one. I was a big blubbery baby at the end!

4. Mr. Penumbra’s 24-Four Hour Bookstore, Robin Sloan

Such a good book about books. Again, just don’t have the time to read it again. Maybe one day…

5. The Fold, Peter Clines

Yes!!!! Best. Science. Fiction. Book. I’ve. Ever. Read. (Granted, I haven’t read that many science fiction books ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ )

6. The Da Vinci Code, Dan Brown

No. Shame.

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7. Twilight series, Stephenie Meyer

Probably wouldn’t read these now, but I really enjoyed them when they first came out. I know, I know…Bella, but I still loved them. 😛


These last three are throwbacks from my childhood. Who’s with me!? (May be revealing my age :/ )

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8. All of the Babysitter’s Club books. 😀

9. All of the American Girl Doll books. I had Kirsten! 😀

10. All of the Little House on the Prairie books. 😀

Okay, I may pick some of these back up if I ever have children. I remember no details, only feelings, and they are good ones. Squeee.

Please leave a link to your Top Ten Tuesday in the comments section below so I can check out your picks! 😀

6 thoughts on “#TopTenTuesday – 10 Books I Loved but Will Never Re-Read

  1. I loved the BSC as a kid! I’ve read one or two since and sadly, they don’t hold up to a re-read as an adult. I was already too old when the American Girl series came out, but I did read one or two. (They also don’t hold up for the non-child reader.) 😦

    That said, the Little House series really IS well-written. I have read this series and re-read this series, first as a kid, and now as an adult. It’s like the Muppets. You get something different out of it when you read it at different ages. (Note: I do tend to love the later books better. And yes, reading these with children is amazing!)

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    • Aww, sad to hear BSC and American Girl books don’t hold up for an adult re-read 😦 Oh, well! I would really like to read the Little House series again. My mom actually read that one to me when I was a kid; I would like to read it for myself. 🙂 I’m glad someone else out there has also read these books/series! Cheers!

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