Top 10 Tuesday is a weekly meme originally created at The Broke and the Bookish but is now hosted at That Artsy Reader Girl. Basically every week there’s different topic to list your own top 10, though I do them as top 5.
January 23: Books I Really Liked but Can’t Remember Anything/Much About
Mockingjay is my favorite book from The Hunger Games but sadly I don’t remember much about it. What I do remember is the ending and some bits and pieces from the middle but that is all.
Oh how I loved this series! I remember how I hauled all the available copies from our library and just sat at home binge reading them. But sadly the last book never came there and so I never finished.
I’ve been meaning to buy these books and re-read the whole series. Mainly ’cause I don’t really remember what this was all about, other than Allie changing school and things happening. Allie is also the only character name I can remember…
Before I discovered Goodreads, Booktube and Book blogs, I read Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children. I quite liked it and wanted to get on with the trilogy but for some reason the second book never came, only the third one.
Back then I thought that this was so unique book that I’d remember everything about it. Guess what? I don’t.
Yet another trilogy I binge read a long time ago. I lover Ruby Red back in the day and liked the two others as well. But sadly this is yet another book (or actually whole trilogy) that I don’t remember almost anything at all. I know the main thing is that they have some time traveling gene or something and so they travel in pairs to different times and there’s some evil master plan or something.
Last but not least there’s Obsidian. Oh how I loved this book! Though I can’t even remember where I got this book and was it even a physical book. Honestly, I have just one word to say: Daemon. That’s all there is, all that I remember.
I will someday buy this on my shelf and re-read it!
These are my five books I can’t remember anything or very little about that I really liked or loved back when I read them! Any same books that you have on your own list? (I used word remember way too many times in this post)