Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Top Ten Tuesday -Books I Would Read in a Day

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish Every week focuses on a different topic and you make a top ten list from it! 

This week: My Top Ten Books To Read In A Day

1.) Anna and the French Kiss by: Stephanie Perkins

I stayed up very late into the early morning when I read this book, because I simply could not put it down. I kept saying ok one more chapter, one more chapter, until it was 5 am and had finished the book! 

2.) Slide by: Jill Hathaway

This book kept me on the edge of my seat the entire time, I flew through the pages until the story was over, and I still craved more!! 

3.) Twenty-Eight and a Half Wishes by: Denise Grover Swank

I read this book for a blog tour, and because of the density of the book, I gave myself plenty of time to read this before my post was due. Well, I ended up devouring this book in a day! It was soo soo good!! 

4.) Valley of the Dolls by: Jaqueline Susann

I'm not a big reader of classics, they just don't normally draw my attention, this one was recomended to me by a friend, and i'm glad I read this one I really enjoyed it. I don't know if I read this one in a day, but I definitely loved it. 

5.) The Gift by: Danielle Steel

This was one of my first Danielle Steel books that i've read, but I absolutly LOVED it, and made my mom, grandmother, and aunts read this as well!! It was such a heartwarming story and again I flew through the pages. 

6.) The Fault in Our Stars by: John Green

This book was probably one of the most heartbreaking, and inspiring stories i've ever read. I loved this, and to be completly honest I didn't know what all the hype about John Green was until I read this book. 

7.) Night Swimming by: Robin Schwartz

Doing this top ten tuesday made me rediscover this book. I honestly don't even remember exactally what it was about, just that I absolutly loved this book!!! I def. need to find my copy or get a new one for a re-read! 

8.) Hatchet By: Gary Paulsen

I included this book in here because this is one of the books that made me fall in love with reading at a young age, and I do fully intend on reading this book. 

9.) Charlie St. Cloud by: Ben Sherwood 

I still have yet to watch this movie, but I know I loved this book, def. a one sit kind of read! 

10.) Goodnight Tweetheart by: Teresa Medieros

This book wasn't a 5-star book for me in fact I only gave it a 3 but its told in tweets, so it was a really quick and fun read!! 


  1. The Fault in Our Stars is one of the best books I have read as well. I ugly cried in that one. So good. Don't see The Charlie St.Cloud movie. Its terrible.

    Thanks for sharing!

  2. Seeing The Valley of the Dolls here makes me reconsidered clearing the book from my shelf. It's one of those books that I bought (about 9 years ago) that I thought I wanted to read but I never got around to it. I don't know why, but I'm not even tempted to read it any more. I even have the follow-up Shadow of the Dolls. Who knows if I'll ever get to it.