Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Top Ten Books I Want To Reread

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This is my Top Ten: 

1.- Never let me go by Kazuo Ishiguro. I recently finished this book, but I enjoyed too much with the story that I want to reread. Really good book :)

2.- The Girls' Guide to Hunting and Fishing by Melissa Bank. I borrowed this book from the library by sheer chance and I really enjoyed it. It was a fresh story for me. Very good book :)

3.- Coraline by Neil Gaiman. I like Neil Gaiman's book but this one is my favourite one. It's a strange story and it's supposed to be for children. What?!

4.- Brooklyn follies by Paul Auster. In this case, I also like Auster's books because they are normal places where everything can happen. This is my favourite and I really want to reread it. Good story.

5.- Anya's ghost by Vera Brosgol. This is a graphic novel which Mysty recommended in her blog. I bought it right away and I really enjoyed it :)

6.- Eat love pray by Elizabeth Gilbert. Although Elizabeth Gilbert and I don't have many things in common, I like the book because she encourages you (not on purpose) to change the things which you don't like in your life.

7.- Exquisite pain by Sophie Calle. This book is a mix between photos and writing which I normally like it. Sophie Calle is left by her boyfriend and now she has to deal with her pain. She does it in a very peculiar way.

8.- Vision de Nueva York (Visions of New York) by Carmen Martín Gaite. This is absolutely one of my favourite books. When Carmen Martin Gaite went to New York made this notebook.

As you see, she wrote it, she glued photos and she also drew pictures on it. Really like it, very creative.

9. Daniel Safier's books. I only read two of his books but I think he's a genius and his books are very very funny.

10. Persepolis byMarjane Satrapi. It's a very interesting story which it's told in a very particular way. I really loved how she tells her own story. Some parts are very sad, some parts very funny.

This is me, but what about you?


  1. I like that you have Coraline on your list! I've read it many times, and every time I ended up feeling totally freaked out in a totally awesome way. I do like children's books when they're written by Neil Gaiman. I actually like anything when it's written by Neil Gaiman. Happy Re-reading!

  2. I love Coraline--I read it every Halloween. I'm reading the Graveyard Book right now. Great list today. kaye—the road goes ever ever on

  3. I totally agree with you. Everything Neil Gaiman writes is really cool :) I haven't read Graveyard Book, but somebody told it was good, so I'll give it a try. Thanks for leaving a comment :)