Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme from The Broke and the Bookish.
This week's topic:
This Top Ten Tuesday it's a freebie -- use this week to write a top ten list about ANYTHING in literature. Maybe you have a more specific list you want to do (Top Ten Dystopians, Top Ten Creatures in Paranormal Lit, Top Ten Classics, etc) or something completely your own?
YA Series And Books That I Want To Re-Read
- The Mortal Instruments series by Cassandra Clare. I love all of Cassandra Clare's work so much. She is such a fantastic author. The moment I finished City of Bones I knew this was one of my new favorite series. And with all the hype about Jace winning the crush tourney, I just really want to re-read it!
- The Vampire Academy series by Richelle Mead. Okay, I'll admit, I've already read this series about six times. It is my ultimate favorite. These books helped me get through various different moves and showed me what well-written books look like. Well-written vampire books as well. These books helped me pass English and bond with others. I fell in love with the characters and the writing. This series literally changed my life. Now, with Bloodlines only a week away from being released, I really wish that I could re-read this whole series.
- The Summer series by Jenny Han. I didn't expect to love these books as much as I did. The night that I picked up the first installment, I decided to pull an all-nighter and read it, and then I finished it on the school bus the next morning. I was devastated when I discovered there were only three books.
- The Darkest Powers series by Kelley Armstrong. I seriously just miss this series and the characters.
- The Forbidden Game series by LJ Smith. This series was great. I loved the plot and the characters. I love that the bad guy was the hero. I just really want to re-read it in my spare time.
- Along For the Ride by Sarah Dessen. Sarah Dessen is fantastic. This is one of my favorites from her, after This Lullaby which I re-read not too long ago.
- Dreamland by Sarah Dessen. This was the first book by Sarah Dessen that I had ever heard of. It is beautiful and sad. And my third favorite.
- The Uglies series by Scott Westerfeld. The first dystopian book I ever picked up. I've already read this series, like, three times but I love it! This was the first series that I ever read and loved. After reading it, I became OBSESSED with the name Tally, and I love that name to this day.
- Brightly Woven by Alexandra Bracken. I remember falling in love when I read this book for the first time.
- The Hush, Hush series by Becca Fitzpatrick. I could definitely handle some more Patch deliciousness.
What books would you like to re-read?