The Brooke and the Bookish
Hi everybody!!! :)
Since this week I can choose my list in the Top Ten Tuesday meme I've decided to write about what ten books I'd like to re-read.
Here is my list.
1.- Coraline by Neil Gaiman. I love all Neil Gaiman's books and I always enjoy reading them but this one is my favourite one. It's about a girl and her family. I'd recommend it to teenagers but adults enjoy it too. Very scary story that I can't wait to reread.
2.- Never let me go by Kazuo Ishiguro. I enjoyed so much reading it. I loved the main character soooo much. She is also the narrator and she explains the whole in a such mature way. It was an amazing book. Two thumbs up!
3.- Brooklyn Follies by Paul Auster. Paul Auster is another of my favourite authors. I've read most of his books but this one is my favourite. Funny and smart book :)
4.- The Girl's Guide to Hunting and Fishing by Melissa Bank. I've read this book three years ago and I loved it. I bought it in English two years ago and it's waiting for me in the bookshelf.
5.- Wulthering heights by Emily Brontë. I read this one in three days because I couldn't put the book down. It's a really good book.
6.- Anya's Ghost by Vera Brosgol. The story is really cool and enjoyed much reading that I want to re-read again.
7.- Anne and the French kiss by Stephanie Perkins. Although this book made me feel sad and frustrated, I think it's a great book and I want to re-read. To tell you the truth, I've already read the last pages several times. Oooh, so beautiful! :)
8.- Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi. I really like Marjane Satrapi world but especially this book because she explains the Iran situation in a simple and amazing way. Good book and great author.
9.- Vision of New York by Carmen Martin Gaite. I love this book. Carmen went to New York and she wrote a notebook and glued tickets of movies, theatres and stuff from magazines. It is basically a scrapbook but she did when it wasn't a tendency. I love her imagination and style.
10.- The catcher in the rye by J.D. Salinger. I've read this book three times but always in Spanish. Two years ago I bought in English and now I want to read it in the way Salinger wrote it.
11.- Todo Mafalda by Quino. I've read this one twice but I don't mind rereading it again. Quino is cartoonist and Malfada is one of his creations. This volume is a compilation of all Mafalda comic strip. Malfada is funny, smart. She is only a child but she wants to defend the innocent. She wants a better world.
12.- Mrs Dalloway by Virginia Wolf. I've read this one in my degree and I liked it. A friend of mine gave me as a present so as to re-read it. So, thanks a lot :)
Well, this is me but what about you?