Top Ten Tuesday is
hosted by The Broke and Bookish, where book bloggers share
their Top Ten lists on everything bookish.
1. My Sister's Keeper by Jodi Picoult - I have had heard that this book is amazing and still I haven't read it.
2. The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexander Dumas - Several people that I know have read this book and really love it. But for me its still on my TBR list
3. Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy - I read half of the book for a book club meeting a few years ago and I haven't gotten around to completing it. Looks like I will have to start this book over again in order to get the full scope of the book.
4. War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy - I wanted to read this book a number of years ago and I thought that this year would be the year and yes you guessed it, I haven't gotten around to it.
5. North and South by Elizabeth Gaskell - After viewing the BBC miniseries for the first time a number of years ago, I really wanted to read the book, but like the rest on my list, just haven't gotten around to the book.
6. New York by Edward Rutherford - When I first heard about this book a couple of years ago, I went out and bought the hard back of the book. I managed to read half of the book, but another book took up my time and I didn't go back to reading the book. Fortunately, its a book that you can pick up sort of midstream and don't have to start at the beginning again.
7. The Passage by Justin Cronin - I bought this book primarily because it was on sale and I could get it for about $13 (that's an amazing price for hardcover that has just come out). I do plan on reading it, its just a matter of when.
8. Les Miserables by Victor Hugo - I started reading this book back in 1993 and have never completed it. I don't even know where I left off that I am going to have to start this one all over again.
9. The Blind Assassin by Margaret Atwood - My sister bought me this book back for Christmas 2001 and its been sitting on the shelf ever since.
10. The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield - I have heard so many good things about this book and I still haven't opened it and started to read it.