Top 5 Tuesday – Books You Wish You Could Read for the First Time Again

Happy Tuesday, Homo sapiens! Welcome to another Top 5 Tuesday!

Top 5 Tuesday was originally hosted by Shanah at Bionic Bookworm and now found its home with Meeghan at Meeghan Reads.

Books You Wish You Could Read for the First Time Again

thekiterunner

I still remember the very first time I’ve read The Kite Runner, the tear-jerking moments, the eagerness to know what is going to happen next and Hassan! Oh, my dear Hassan! 

amancalledove

A Man Called Ove is a casual mix of tragedy and comedy. I loved the rawness of Ove’s character and the story altogether.

agameofthrones

A Game of Thrones is a book where I stopped liking the characters because if I do, they’d get killed next! Haha! I loved the book so much and the characters, too!

gonegirlGone Girl is just the perfect example of a deliciously twisted thriller!

norwegianwood

Norwegian Wood introduced me to Murakami who is now one of my favorite authors. This book also started my love affair with Japanese literature.

Author: Just_Me :)

Basically a breathing, moving, eating and happy-go-lucky homo sapiens. Full-time daydreamer and part-time paranoid. I love reading, I love Roger Federer, I love food.

5 thoughts on “Top 5 Tuesday – Books You Wish You Could Read for the First Time Again”

  1. I want to read Norgewian Wood so badly, i just never find the right time! and seeing you wish you could reread it for the first time gets me even more curious! I love Haruki Murakami.

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