Top Ten Tuesday is a meme hosted by The Broke and The Bookish where we post 10 of our favorite things in each category.
Top Ten Books I'd Love to Read With my Book Club1.Shiver
I actually do have a book club I like to go to, and we just read this book last month. I thought it was really interesting though, because I didn't really like the book, but lots of other people did and it was just a very interesting book to talk about.
2. Throne of Glass
I just love this book. And there come times when I just want to rant about my obsession with Chaol and how freaking awesome Celaena is and I would love to do that with my book club.
3. The Giver
I am one of the only people I know who didn't find this book enjoyable, or at least inspirational. I think that often times when I talk a book over with my club it makes me look at it differently and want to read it again, and I'm interested in what people have to say about this one.4. We Were Liars
Let's be real here, We Were Liars was probably the best twist/ending I've read this year. Only problem is I can't discuss it with people who haven't gotten there yet. I would love to read this with my book club and then just rant about the ending.
I just adore this series. There is so much to learn from them, and I feel like there are lots of deeper meanings in the book I have yet to really discuss. I would also love the excuse to read the book again...
6. If I Stay
Again, a very controversial book. Personally, I didn't like it, but some people did, and others did not. I think that it would really cool to talk about this one and the entire concept of it, and would also make a great movie/book night :)
7. Everybody Sees the Ants
One of the best books with magic realism incorporated into it and I would love to talk about that and all the hidden concepts of the book. I also just love Lucky Linderman.
8. The Mother-Daughter Book Club series
Such childhood memories! But the girls grow up, and the characters never get old. After reading this series I wanted to create my own mother-daughter book club, but now I think it would just be great to read with a bunch of people, because you really get to know the characters.
9. The Truth about Forever/Keeping the Moon
I love Sarah Dessen, and these are my two favorite books of hers. The characters are simply beautiful and I love her tone of writing. I think both of these, and any of her books really, would be great to read with some girlfriends. :)
Another book I can't seem to stop talking about. This one and its sequel, Firefight, both are absolutely AMAZING. Such a great fantasy/sci-fi, and something I can really geek out about.
What are some of your books you'd read with your book club?