Top Ten Tuesday – Books That Still Matter To Me & Those That Don’t

This prompt comes from the ever resourceful “The Broke and Bookish”. Each week there is a different theme! It’s a fun way for bloggers to connect and readers to get to know us better! It helps the writing community get a little extra promotion for their work as well as give some pretty great intel to readers looking for a new read!

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The original prompt is below:

Ten Books I Feel Differently About After Time Has Passed (less love, more love, complicated feelings, indifference, thought it was great in a genre until you became more well read in that genre etc.)

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Books That Still Matter To Me

The Heart Goes Last Cover Narnia Cover  walk in the flesh cover

A Little Princess Cover  The Secret Garden Cover  The Unknown Soldier cover  The Likeness Cover

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Books That Don’t Matter As Much As They Did

Wuthering Heights Cover  Arabian Night Cover  Fahrenheit 451 cover

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What’s on your list?

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2 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday – Books That Still Matter To Me & Those That Don’t

  1. I love that books are such a personal thing – for me, Fahrenheit 451 becomes more and more relevant as time goes on. I first read it at school and it was fine, but nothing special. Now I have nothing but respect for it as properly visionary dystopian horror (book burning, always a horror for me).

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    • I really liked the book when I read it as a teen. I was properly horrified. But, as time has gone on, other Dystopian novels have crawled under my skin with their relevance.

      I’d probably read it again but, I just don’t love it like I did.

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