Top Ten Tuesday (TTT) brought to you by The Broke and the Bookish.
Ten Books I Feel Differently About After Time Has Passed (less love, more love, complicated feelings, indifference, thought it was great in a genre until you became more well read in that genre etc.)
I am really struggling with this week’s topic. I just can’t think of any books I feel differently about. If I loved it, I still feel that way. If I didn’t like it? Honestly, I’ve probably forgotten all about the book by now. I have one book I can think of for this list, but one title does not make a top ten, now does it?
So my Top Ten this week is sort of my own take on the topic…my mind is moving more towards books I reluctantly read but ended up loving. I present to you a series of sub-topics which may or may not relate to the original topic. A stained glass mosaic top ten, perhaps?
I guess what I’m saying is, here’s a list of ten. Enjoy.
My love is always growing.
My one exception to this week’s Top Ten struggle is Harry Potter. Every time I read or listen to Harry Potter I find more and more to love about those books.
- Harry Potter Series by J.K. Rowling
Like a fine wine, it gets better with (let’s face it, as I) age.
Sometimes you appreciate a book even more as an adult than a kid. And Harry Potter doesn’t count here because I was an adult when I first read it.
Forced to read in school and fabulous!
Honestly, I’m sure I’ve forgotten a lot of the many, many books read in high school. But these two books I still love.
I wasn’t going to read, but glad I gave it a chance.
I was really reluctant to give them a try, but I’m glad I did. Obviously, my reason of reluctance varies per title. These are TOTALLY different genres.
I wish I would have stuck to the movie.
Ok, this is an offshoot of my original thought for this post. But these titles popped into my head as I was typing. Books I picked up either after watching the film, or in anticipation of the film. The rare case where I wish I would have just stuck to the movie.
Looking back, that “top ten” was really just a collage of books. I tried.
What about you? Do you find that your thoughts for a book change over time? Let me know, and link up to your own TTT if you’ve got one! This week should have some interesting books.