TOP TEN TUESDAY
This week’s topic is…
Ten Books I Feel Differently About After Time Has Passed
(Click the book cover link to the book’s Goodreads’ page)
The more I think about this book, the more I wish it had been written during my undergraduate career. I really needed a book like this when I was in college.
This book is magical, and the more I think about it, the more magical gets it. *sigh*
I re-read this book every year. And every year I fall more in love with it.
The more I contemplate this play, the more it becomes my favorite Shakespeare play–beating out Macbeth *gasp*
If you love fairy tales, studying the origin of fairy tales (Grimm brothers), and feminism, you will love these poems. I feel more passionate about this collection of poems today than I did when I first read them in my undergraduate English class.
At first, I found Étienne St. Clair very frustrating, and he made me want to throw this book. But I’ve re-read this book about 5 times, and each time I read it, I begin to like him a little more.
The covers of this series are so beautiful. However, even though I have given the series a good try, as time passes, the more I loathe the main character and the lack of story plot. Too much action does not equal a fully-rounded story!
This is the book that began my obsession with Young Adult Literature; however, every time I re-read this book, I begin to become indifferent about its themes and the characters’ motivations.
This book was CRAZY and intense. The first 10 pages were mouth-dropping and I still have a hard time processing the whole book…it’s so good.
Every time I think about this book, I always question why I even finished it. It was one of the first young adult books I wanted to throw against the wall.
What are some of the books that you feel differently about after time has passed?