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Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Love, But Haven't Talked About Much

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by The Broke and The Bookish.

This week's topic was a little bit hard for me. Most of the books that I've really loved in the past year I've blogged about. But I did find a few that I really enjoyed and didn't gush about. So here's that list!

10: Dear Mr. Knightley by Kathrine Reay
I enjoyed this book, but I've been busy with other things so I haven't had time to post about it on here. Soon, though!

9: Garden of Angels by Lurlene McDaniel
This is a pretty good book. It's heartbreaking, but a good read.

8: Chasing Lilacs by Carla Stewart
It's been a while since I've read this book, but I remember I enjoyed it quite a bit when I read it a few years ago.

7: What I Know For Sure by Oprah Winfrey
This was a good book. I wasn't expecting to like it as much as I did, because it isn't my typical read, but I enjoyed it, especially as a change of pace. I don't really know what I haven't talked about it much, but maybe sometime I'll write a review for it.

6: Chop, Chop by L.N. Cronk
I read this book and really enjoyed it last year. It was a quick Y/A read.

5: Kilmeny of The Orchard by L.M. Montgomery
I've been planning on featuring this is a Book of the Week, I just need to find the right time to do it.

4: The Undertaker's Daughter by Kate Mayfield
I'm kind of ashamed of the reason why I haven't spoken about this book much; it's mainly because I'm worried about what people think. I mean, when you say, "Oh, I read this great book about a woman who grew up in a funeral home," most people will look at you like you have three heads. But, it is a good book, so maybe I should just get over my self-consciousness.

3: When Patty Went To College by Jean Webster
This was a pretty enjoyable book. I'll have to feature it as a Book of the Week sometime.

2: Go Set A Watchman by Harper Lee
This was such a good book and so highly anticipated. I know there were a lot of people that didn't care for it, and I'm not terribly sure about the circumstances behind its publishing, but I still really enjoyed this book.

1: To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee

I loved this book, and I want to feature it as a Book of the Week sometime, I just want to figure out the best to write about it. It's a classic and I want to do it justice.


  1. I have wanted to read The Undertaker's Daughter for so long and am glad you mentioned it here. Wonderful list.

    1. The Undertaker's Daughter was one of those books that I just couldn't put down when I rented it from the library last year. It's a very interesting book.

      Nice hearing from you, Barb!


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