This week's topic is a rewind, that means we can pick a past topic that we missed or want to do again. I chose my Top Ten Books I Loved But Never Wrote A Review For. I don't know why I didn't. Some are because I read them before I really had the blog, some out of laziness, some because I feared that I could never do them justice or would just ramble and gush. Some I meant to but something happened and then it was too long ago that I'd read them. Oh well, here goes.
No particular order. Slideshow because I couldn't layout the pics the way I wanted and it's something different for once - in short, I felt like it.
- Sweet Evil, by Wendy Higgins
I LOVED this one! It kept me up into the night because I just couldn't stop. But somehow the review just never happened, I don't remember why but I have a bad conscience.
- Anna Dressed in Blood, by Kendare Blake
Also a total favorite! I was determined to review, already writing parts in my head. But someting came up and I never got around to it :(
- Daughter of Smoke and Bone, by Laini Taylor
One of my favorites I read this year, but this was before I had the blog.
- Hunger, by Jackie Morse Kessler
I wanted to, but it just hit too close to home and I would have had to go into personal stuff in the review, which I didn't want because well... this is the internet, and my name and face are on this blog.
- Blood Bound, by Rachel Vincent
Inconvenient timing and laziness combined with fear of not being able to do it justice because it was just that good.
- The Wood Queen, by Karen Mahoney
Victim of procrastination and lack of blog.
- Bridger, by Megan Curd
I was on the road and had loads of stuff to do when I got back from that ten-day interrail trip to three different cities. Read it on the drive to Prague and later to Hamburg and Amsterdam.
- Croak, by Gina Damico
Big love, but lots of life going on. I really want to review Scorch though!
- The Devil's Graveyard, by Anonymous
Third in the series. To be honest I didn't know how to approach a review of this book, plus it doesn't really fit into what I usually review here.
- Bloodlines, by Richelle Mead
I don't remember why this didn't happen, but I'm sure it was one of my ususal lame excuses :P
Comments on my list? Also, what topic did you choose for today?