Top Ten Tuesday- a wish list

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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!

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This week’s topic is-

Well- it is supposed to be Top Ten Debut Novels I am Looking forward to, but since I usually don’t even know when I am reading a debut novel, I find it hard to look forward to any.

Instead I am going to do an older topic that I never did –

Top Ten Books I’d want on a deserted island with me

Most of the books I picked are pretty long, since I will have so much time on my hands

Books I have read before and LOVE-

1.Gone With the Wind

2.  Pride & Prejudice

3.  The Lord of the Rings Trilogy

4.  The Harry Potter Series

5. The Silmarillion

Books I have NOT read before but really want to (and will be forced to on a deserted island)

6.  Out of Africa

7.  East of Eden

8.  The Count of Monte Cristo

9.  Wuthering Heights

10.  The Complete Works of William Shakespeare

(I have actually read a few of his plays, but not much)

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6 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday- a wish list

  1. Yep! This week’s topic just didn’t sit with me. 🙂 I LOVE LOVE LOVE East of Eden! It’s been a really long time since I read it though. Need to pull it off the shelf soon. 🙂

  2. Due to my TBR that has grown from a pile to a mountain to an island, all I can do is look at the pretty covers. I didn’t post a TTT post this week for the same reason you changed your topic. I started Gone with the Wind when I was a sophomore in college – I had it tucked between my upper bunk bed post and the wall. 🙂 I am still only in chapter 12…I think. :/ I do want to finish it, and I’d like to say that I have all of these other wonderful distractions (ahem, TBR island…TBR jar to-do), but I also acknowledge my motivation is low. Am I the only one?

    I LOVED Harry Potter, and I have also read a fair amount of Shakespeare’s plays and enjoyed them all. What a great topic you chose for this week!

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