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[Top Ten Tuesday] – #162 – Books I Enjoyed But Will Never Re-Read

Top Ten Tuesday is an original weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish, which is now hosted on That Artsy Reader.

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This Week’s Theme:
Books I Enjoyed But Will Never Re-Read

Initial Thoughts:

My actual answer is “everything”.

The only time I have ever re-read is when I was returning to a book that I had to put on pause (for whatever reason) and decided to start over again from the beginning. That was maybe…twice? What’s more interesting is that I’ll always revisit film adaptations and re-watch certain scenes.


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[Top Ten Tuesday] – #161 – Characters I liked That Were In Non-Favorite/Disliked Books

Top Ten Tuesday is an original weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish, which is now hosted on That Artsy Reader.

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This Week’s Theme:
Characters I liked That Were In Non-Favorite/Disliked Books

Initial Thoughts:

While I’d like to think this week’s prompt is easy because I tend to hate everything, it’s also incredibly difficult because a lot of the times that I do dislike a book is due to its protagonists themselves being awful.


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[Top Ten Tuesday] – #160 – Books That Take Place In Another Country

Top Ten Tuesday is an original weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish, which is now hosted on That Artsy Reader.

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This Week’s Theme:
Books That Take Place
In Another Country

Initial Thoughts:

So I wasn’t sure how to go about this prompt. At first, I thought the prompt wanted to consider books set outside of North America (or USA, specifically)–and that’s supposed to be…fun, I guess, to find books not set in the Americas. But then I was wondering if it was asking if the plot takes place in the past/future to where the narrator currently is?

But those two might be the same…? So I’m going to look at books that I have read that, for the majority, are set outside of North America without being too otherworldly (e.g. set in space).


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