Scarlet, The Giver, and Anna Karenina are all worth the read. :)Check out my TTT and my current giveaway.
I will have to be sure to read them then! I like the Tolstoy I have read. I even jave a copy of Anna Karenina.;)I need to get back to the Lunar Chronicles. And, some day I will actually be at the top of the library's list for The Giver.;)Thanks for stopping by!
I highly recommend Me Before You. It's one of my favourites of all time! My TTT!
Awesome! I will be dure to move it to my TBR list.;)
I loved Catcher in the Rye - but then I am a fan of sarcasm. It's the book that saved me as a teen. MyTTT
I lnow my BIL loved it, since he hated high school and could relate. I leep thinking someday I will read it...;)
To show my fearful level of ignorance, not only have I never read any of those books, but other than three of them (5, 9, and 10), I hadn't ever heard of the titles before before. *sigh*. lol.
No worries, since I have only heard about a lot of them after being a part of the Broke and Bookish Top Ten Tuesday group.;) How are you doing, btw? It's been ages!
*whew* That makes me feel a lot of better! lol. Doing well, thanks. Hope you are doing well also! :-)
LOL. Glad to hear it! We are doing well. Trying not to melt in the hot weather lately.;)
That's good to hear!Yes. Try not to melt. That would have its disadvantages. ;-)And (admit it), you knew it was inevitable...a GKC quote:"The chief gift of hot weather to me is the somewhat unpopular benefit called a conviction of sin. All the rest of the year I am untidy, lazy, awkward, and futile. But in hot weather I *feel* untidy, lazy, awkward, and futile. Sitting in a garden-chair in a fresh breeze under a brisk grey and silver sky, I feel a frightfully strenuous fellow: sitting on the same garden-chair in strong sunshine, it begins slowly to dawn on me that I am doing nothing. In neither case, of course, do I get out of the chair. But I resent that noontide glare of photographic detail by the ruthless light of which I can quite clearly see myself sitting in the chair. I prefer a more grey and gracious haze, something more in the Celtic-twilight style, through which I can only faintly trace my own contours, vast but vague in the dusk and distance."-June 11, 1910, "The Illustrated London News"
Several of these look SO familiar. They'd be on my list too. Never read any of Jojo's books, really want to read The Orphan Queen, Red Queen and Rook though! :)
Same here! Rook just came in from the library, so I hope to read it soon.;)
Amazing selection of books. I've read Red Queen and Scarlet loved them. I hope you enjoy your new books you have some great ones. Happy reading. My TT
I hope I enjoyed them as well.;) I am sure that I will, since I have heard a lot about quite a few of them! Thanks for stopping by!