The Listicle Tag

I’ve seen this tag floating around recently and I thought it was a super cool idea. Though I wasn’t tagged to it, I am going to complete it with the prompt that was already attached to it.

RULES:

  • Create your own listicle tag, using the prompt from the person who tagged you.
  • Tag the creator of the post (not-so-modern-girl!) so that she can read all your brilliant posts and see how the joy of listicles is being spread.
  • Nominate as many people as you want!
  • Set those people the subject/prompt of their listicle post!

The Prompt: Top 5 books you feel like you read at the wrong time.


1. Labyrinth Lost by Zoraida Cordova

You’re going to see a theme with each of the books that I chose. I don’t actually believe any of these books are bad books, I think I just read them at the wrong time in my life. With Labyrinth Lost I think I would have been more invested had I been younger when reading it. Likely around the same age as when I read the Percy Jackson series.

2. With Malice by Eileen Cook

This is another book that I would have enjoyed when I was younger. Part of the reason is that I don’t particularly love books with a lot of “drama” from the characters. It would have been something that I ate up as a teenager though.

3. By Your Side by Kasie West

I can see 16 year old Eden really loving this book. The idea of being trapped in a library for a weekend and coming out with a possible boyfriend is something that I would have been all over.

4. Of Fire and Stars by Audrey Coulthurst

I think I would have enjoyed this book more had I not just finished Strange The Dreamer. If I were being fair to Of Fire and Stars I would give it a reread because honestly, anything that comes after Strange the Dreamer is bound to under perform.

5. The Selection by Kiera Cass

I was a big fan of Twilight when I was in high school. I’m not embarassed to admit that I loved the lovesick books. The Selection is a series that actually came out while I was in high school. However, I was on a big vampire kick so it didn’t appeal to me at the time. Now though, I could see that I would have loved these books at 15 and 16 years old.


I’m going to tag:

Here’s you’re prompt: What are your top five holiday reads?

 

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