So Top Ten Tuesday is held over at That Artsy Reader Girl, where every week bloggers list their top 10 being asked about. This week’s post is about the books I’ve loved, but will never re-read
I love this series, LOVE. But I have to admit the time commitment to back to re-read this is too much for me.
Che is a teenager determined to keep the world safe from his sister, Rosa. She is psychopath. And she’s also 10. It’s an exhausting, compelling read and it’s brilliant, but not one I will go back to.
This just made me smile and I loved it for that.
The Sandman Slim series is a headlong rush, with blood and action and more blood. When I read this series, I’m in this world and I don’t want to leave. But when I do I realised how exhausting it is, even if it is a good kind of exhausted.
Such a impressive beginning to this series, but not one I will re-read.
This is such a good series, and one I have been following religiously for how Wolfe’s family and daughter drives him as a character.
This book grabbed me and didn’t let go until the end — a normal serial killer. Who falls in love, and then, something else entirely messes with his head.
Dan Brown’s new one. Such a good read, but it’s like first go is enough.
This is a brilliant, powerful read — and an emotionally exhausting one.
Another feel-good gem that hit the spot right when I needed it.
These are all emotionally intense books, aren’t they? Ones that are brilliant, but will take a whole heap out of you to go back to read.