(If I took a shot for every time I accidently wrote Top 5 Wednesday when writing these posts I would be long since dead from alcohol poisoning by this point)
Hello and happy Tuesday!
Today’s Top 5 Tuesday topic is all about Books I don’t talk about enough. I feel like this was a pretty hard one for me because I genuinely babble on about everything and anything but I do have 5 books I’m shinning the spotlight on today.
Top 5 Tuesday is hosted by Shannah @ Bionic Book Worm.
1- 100 Days of Sunlight by Abbie Emmons
Part of why I haven’t talked about this book much is because it’s a recent release and a recent read but I really enjoyed this book. We follow a teenage girl who, after a car accident, is left temporarily blind and so her grandparents hire a boy to write and maintain her blog for her. What the girl doesn’t know however is that the boy is an amputee. I thought this was a lovely story with great characters and heartwarming plot and although not perfect I highly recommend it.
2- The Wrong Side of Right by Jenn Marie Thorne
I read this book so long ago and recently I’ve been dying to pick it up again and re-read it. This follows a girl who finds out her dad is a prominent politician who just so happens to be running for president. It follows her as she is swept up in this scandal and then swept up into the politics that come along with it. It’s a trope I really enjoyed and I’m looking forward to hopefully picking it up again soon.
3- Twilight by Stephanie Meyer
I’m writing this post 2 weeks in advance for reasons and I’m actually currently re-reading this book. For science. I am loving this re-read so much more than I ever expected and so I thought I’d include it in today’s topic because of that. I’m picking up on so much stuff I’d forgotten or just didn’t pay attention to when I initially read this at eight years old. I’m actually taking notes as I read for “science” and for a blog post on my experience reading this again 10 years later and I can’t wait.
4- Starflight by Melissa Landers.
AKA the only science-fiction book I’ve ever enjoyed. This book got my hopes up thinking I was finally warming to sci-fi but no. It was a total fluke. I cant remember finer plot details but it does include a hate to love romance which I remember shipping and backing all the way. Also, if I’m remembering correctly, space pirates.
5- Simon Vs by Becky Albertalli
I’m too lazy to write the full title and maybe that’s why I don’t talk about this book as much as I should. I read this in one day. It wasn’t like it was a lazy reading day either, no I had school that day and I remember being so obsessed that I was reading in the five mintues before and after classes and then in break too. I completely flew through this book and had a great time. I also really loved the movie.