Top Ten Tuesday – Books I Can’t Remember

Today’s TTT topic is to list 10 books I really liked but can’t remember much (or anything) about!  This meme is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.

TTT #10


The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo  
by: Stieg Larsson
Out of all the books I’m listing, I remember this the best, but still not much of it.  Something about a young woman and an agent of some sort working together to catch someone?


Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell
  by: Susanna Clarke
I remember loving this book so much, but I don’t remember much about it except that it was long, so I’m hesitant to re-read it.



Gentlemen and Players
  by: Joanne Harris
I rated this 5 stars but don’t ask me why…because I literally can’t remember!  A boarding school for boys???  That’s it.



The Sandalwood Tree
  by: Elle Newmark
5 star rating and I don’t remember anything about it.



State of Wonder
  by: Ann Patchett
I’ve seen this book mentioned on Facebook’s Silent Book Club and I did rate it 5 stars, but I don’t remember even a single detail about it.



  by: Franny Billingsley
This is another that I remember loving, but I can’t remember what it’s about.  I’ve been meaning to re-read it for awhile now.



The Last Runaway
  by: Tracy Chevalier
I remember not liking a couple of books by Chevalier, but I guess I enjoyed this one since I gave it a good rating.


Notes from the Underground
  by: Fyodor Dostoyevsky
I read this in college and I remember being surprised by how much I liked it.  I should re-read this as well since it’s short and I own a copy.



Their Eyes Were Watching God
  by: Zora Neale Hurston
I also read this in college and remember thinking it was profound, but now I can’t remember why.



Howl’s Moving Castle
  by: Dianna Wynne Jones
Yet another book I’ve been meaning to re-read for awhile.


2 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday – Books I Can’t Remember

    1. Every time I see it at the bookstore or hear someone mention it I say, “I love that book!” even though I seriously can’t remember anything. It’s sad! I definitely need to re-read it!

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