Top 5 Rewind: Books I Don’t Talk About Enough

Aloha bookworms!
I am still in Hawaii and still loving it! The weather is perfect and I have been to the beach every single day. Anyway, I have a top 5 Tuesday prompt for you. Top 5 Tuesday is hosted by Shanah @ Bionic Book Worm. She’s great so be sure to check her out and join us in the Top 5 Tuesday posts! Today’s prompt is Top 5 Rewind: Books I Don’t Talk About Enough. So here we go!

IMG_39041. What She Knew by Gilly Macmillan
I always forget about this book when I am recommending thriller/mystery books. I read it at the beginning of 2016 but I remember loving it! Highly recommend it.

4EF4942A-3C2A-48E5-AF89-8D180550D7032. The Curious Charms of Arthur Pepper by Phaedra Patrick
This book is so cute! It is about a 69-year-old man who, on the anniversary of his wife’s death, finds a charm bracelet that belonged to his wife, but he has never seen it before. So he sets on this journey around the world to find out where she got each charm and the story that goes with it. So so so cute!!

3. The Drowning Girls by Paula Treick DeBoard
This is another thriller/mystery that I really enjoyed and would highly recommend.

4. Pretty Baby by Mary Kubica
This was my first and only Mary Kubica book that I have read and I loved it. I have two of her other books on my wishlist because her writing is amazing and her stories are just fantastic!

5. Tuck Everlasting by Natalie Babbitt
I remember my 4th grade teach reading this book to us and I just fell so in love with the story and the characters. I reread it in 2017 and loved it just as much. I forgot that there was a movie as well, and I always enjoy watching it.

Surprisingly, the first 4 books on this list I received in a literary fiction subscription box in 2016 and I was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed the majority of the books that I received. Unfortunately, the subscription box was only active for about 6 months, otherwise I would definitely still be subscribed to them. Anyway, I hope you have enjoyed this post and I can’t wait to see what others say about the books they don’t talk about enough. What books do you love that you don’t talk about enough? Let me know in the comments. Cya!

11 thoughts on “Top 5 Rewind: Books I Don’t Talk About Enough

  1. Cool post…this is going to sound really weird but I find I’m always drawn to books that have red,white,and black on the cover so I might have to check out What She Knew.

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