I Can’t Believe I Haven’t Read It! A Top Ten List



Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke & the Bookish. It’s awesome. Every Tuesday, the lovely ladies over there give us book bloggers wonderful and fun topics to create our lists! Check out what others have posted by going over there!


This week’s topic is-

Top Ten Books I can’t believe I haven’t read in X genre.  I know I am really sounding redundant, but I pick the top ten Classics I am ashamed I haven’t read yet-

1,  Wuthering Heights-sitting on my bookshelf

2.  East of Eden– also sitting there.

3.  The Bell Jar– is right next to East of Eden

4.  1984- on my Kindle

5.  A Farewell to Arms– Kindle also

6.  The Count of Monte Cristo– on bookshelf too

7.  The Picture of Dorian Gray

8.  Mrs. Dalloway

9.  The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

10.  And Then There Were None– I will have to search my son’s room for this one.

This is a pitiful list- especially since I actually OWN most of these.  What books can you not believe you haven’t read yet?

15 thoughts on “I Can’t Believe I Haven’t Read It! A Top Ten List

  1. And Then There Were None nearly made my list, but I am determined to read it this year! 1984 is fabulous and I adored Wuthering Heights when I read it, but I was a 17 year old romantic then so I might have a different reaction if I were to reread it!

  2. I’m absolutely determined to read And Then There Were None sometime this year! I’m really not a fan of Wuthering Heights, but I do want to read The Count of Monte Cristo at some point. Great list!

  3. Ooooo, East of Eden is one of my all time favorite novels ever. I want to reread this novel again… Especially now that I’ve recently visited the National Steinbeck Center in Salinas, California as well as Steinbeck’s boyhood home.

    And Then There Were None is also one of my favorite Agatha Christie novels. I’ve read 2-3 times already!

    Here’s a link to my TTT for this week: http://captivatedreader.blogspot.com/2015/02/top-ten-tuesday-top-ten-books-i-cant.html

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