For the 11/4/14 Top Ten Tuesday hosted by The Broke and the Bookish Read more on Riffle
by Susanna Clarke
This one is such a monster I don't know when I'll ever get around to it a second time. I did adore it, though!
1 / 10
The Man from Primrose Lane: A Novel by James Renner
This is one I'm a little afraid to try again considering it has so many crazy and unexpected twists. I don't know if it would hold the same magic on a second reading - but I wish I could read it again for the first time!
2 / 10
The Shadow of the Wind (The Cemetery of Forgotten Book 1) by Carlos Ruiz Zafon
This is such a fabulous book. If I had the time I might actually reread it on a regular basis.
3 / 10
The Red Tent: A Novel by Anita Diamant
There's a movie coming! It's been so long since I read this that I remember little to nothing about it at this point.
4 / 10
Daughter of the Forest by Juliet Marillier
I adored this series. There's a continuation/spin off of the original trilogy out now and while I'm sure I don't need to reread the first ones, I do wish I had the time to do so.
5 / 10
Anansi Boys by Neil Gaiman
This will be a necessary reread. I read it when it was released without ever having read American Gods.
6 / 10
Rebecca - The Classic Tale Of Romantic Suspense by Daphne du Maurier
Another long time favorite of mine. It's comfort reading at this point.
7 / 10
Thirteenth Tale, The by Diane Setterfield
Oh, I loved this book. It's been ages since I read it and my Swiss cheese brain doesn't hang onto small details the way it once did. Which is to say that I've forgotten most of the book by now.
8 / 10
The Historian by Elizabeth Kostova
Same as Thirteenth Tale. I remember the basics and that's about it.
9 / 10
Baltimore Blues: The First Tess Monaghan Novel by Laura Lippman
This is the first in the Tess Monaghan series and it was my first read by Lippman. I've since read just a few of the series books and all of her stand alines. It's time to get to the rest of the series but I would like a refresher with this first outing.
10 / 10