Top Ten Tuesday | Ten Best Books We’ve Read In 2017

The first half of 2017 is over – Jesus Christ, that was fast… not sure how I feel about that.

Anyway, it’s been six months since the beginning of the year, and this week’s Top Ten Tuesday is about the best books we’ve read so far in 2017.

Shall we?

And Pippin just reminded me that this may contain possible spoilers for all those not up to date with Cassandra Clare’s novels, so handle with care. (Sorry Pippin…)

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Top Ten Tuesday | Father’s Day Freebie

Happy Father’s Day! This week’s Top Ten Tuesday is all about the dad’s. We did the same thing for Mother’s Day a few weeks back, and realized how little good parents there are in the books we read; so we’re going to list 5 good dads and 5 bad dads.

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Top Ten Tuesday | Mother’s Day Freebie

It was Mother’s Day this weekend in many many countries – except the one where my mom lives, apparently. But Happy Mother’s Day to every other Mom out there! Mine’s gonna get her Day a bit later, I guess.

Anyway, this week’s Top Ten Tuesday is all about those Wonder Women, so here goes our list of favorite mothers in literature!

Post-list-doing-addition: Jesus Christ, why do people in the literature we read have such very complicated relationships with their mothers? Why are there so few good, loving mothers, who are also alive?

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Top Ten Tuesday | Cover Theme Freebie

It’s been a looong while since we’ve done one of these, but oh, well. Here we are, right? This week’s (very late) Top Ten Tuesday is a freebie all about covers – and who doesn’t love book covers? We did a post with 5 Books With Great Covers last year, so we’re not doing that again. So how about 5 Awesome Covers Of Books We Wish We Owned? Which is my weird way of saying: here are 5 books we are frustrated with, because we already own them, but another edition is just so much more beautiful. Or books we read by borrowing them or the likes, and that are thus missing on our bookshelves.

(I know the freebie is meant to be about themes on covers, but I’m not quite sure we owned that many books that share a theme on their covers… At least none worth exploring. Sorry.)

Let’s go.


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