For this week’s Top Ten Thursday, I will be listing 10 books I loved, but didn’t write reviews for (oops, my bad!🙊). I read them too long ago to write a detailed review right now, so in this post, I will be stating why and telling you a bit about my thoughts for each book.
So let’s get cracking!
A Mango-Shaped Space by Wendy Mass was a middle grade book I read last year about a girl with synesthesia, which basically means that words and numbers all had colours for her. This blog wasn’t even a thought yet when I read it, but I totally would’ve written up a review if it was! Let’s just say, though, that this book gave me extreme feels.
Ahhhh, I loved these two books! Again, this blog hadn’t existed yet in my mind when I read them, but it’s basically a middle grade historical fiction duology with a super relatable protagonist. I’d 100% recommend it!
I LOVED Finding Audrey, but I just couldn’t find the right words to put on
paper screen! Introverts, this one is for you.😊
Morgan Matson’s books never disappoint! Second Chance Summer is my second favourite out of her four, however, my feels were just too much! I couldn’t get over this book, and I couldn’t get myself to write a review, which I now regret😫.
I may not have reviewed Every Day, but I DID review its
sequel companion book, Another Day. I just felt like I had more to say about that one, as I think I lost the words to say with this.
I loved Divergent, I really did. I just thought that the plot was a bit too jumpy and that there were too many characters to write an accurate review.
I really don’t know why I didn’t review Cinder. When I eventually read Winter and the two novellas, what I think I’ll do, though, is review the whole series😎.
I meant to review Matched, but time just slipped out of my hands, and now its memory is fading away. I may do so when I read the next two books, though.
As much as I wanted to review Open Road Summer, it’s a lot like many of the other contemporaries I’ve read, so I just thought that I would only be repeating the same thoughts I write in most of my book reviews. You can find my review for The Start of Me and You by the same author here, though!
Last but not least, I really enjoyed but didn’t review Broken Hearts, Fences, and Other Things to Mend by Katie Finn. To be honest, I have no idea why I didn’t, but three words I’d use to describe it? PLOT TWISTS GALORE!😛
So tell me! Have you read any of these books, and if so, have you reviewed them? (I’d love to read those reviews!😝) What are some books that you’ve read and adored, but neglected to review, for any reason? Do you review every book you read? Let me know in the comments below.
2 thoughts on “Top Ten Thursday #21”
Hey, I didn’t start reviews until after over 100 books were read…I just starred them. Now I wish I did! I know the feeling!
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