(Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. The above image was taken and altered by me for the purpose of this post.)
Even though I do not read as much as others, I still feel like I read a lot. And because of that, I feel it’s almost impossible to remember each and every book I have picked up and read. Especially when I do not have a great memory.
Today, I am sharing with you the not quite ten books that I know I have read, but for some reason remember little to nothing about.
Tithe by Holly Black (this was one of the first “ya” books I ever read. And it was what lead me to be the Holly Black fan I am today)
Harry Potters and the Sorcerer’s Stone by J.K. Rowling: I read this years ago, and haven’t really thought about it until I decided to read the whole series.
Shadows on the Moon by Zoe Marriott: I can’t remember, but I don’t think I necessarily loved this book. I think that’s why I cannot remember any detail about this book.
A Girl, A Ghost, and the Hollywood Hills by Lizabeth Zindel: I remember bits and pieces of this book when I sit and try hard to remember, but I can’t necessarily remember it as a whole.
Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher: Again, this was one of those books I read way back when it was first published, and was one of the first “ya” books I read. Because of that I remember the main plot points, but not the finer details. And yes, I have watched the Netflix show, and I did enjoy it, but I cannot tell you whether or not it stuck close to the original source.
Ms. Marvel, Vol. 1: No Normal by G. Willow Wilson: I read this one very quickly, enough said.
A Grass Rope by William Mayne: This is a book I read at least twice when I was a kid. It was a book I continually picked up while at “library” in grammar school. I read it, and loved it, but haven’t a clue as to what it was about and why I possibly loved it.
Dear readers, please share what books you have read and remember little (or absolutely nothing) about down in the comments. I hope I am not alone in my lack of remembering.