Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature/ meme now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.
This weeks topic is quite a different one, and one that I found really interesting to create a list for. Some of the ones on this list I could think of straight away and already knew I couldn’t remember anything about, but other books on this list actually surprised me, as it wasn’t until I began staring at my bookish trying to think of books for this weeks topic that I realized how little I remembered of them. This list is also quite an interesting one for me, as it is also acting as a kind of reminder for the books that I really need to reread, as some of these are in series that I would love to continue on with, if I could actually remember what happened in book one.
So here are seven books that I can remember almost nothing about!
Like a lot of the books on this list, I can remember the very basics of this one, which basically just means that I remember that it is about mental health. I know I must have really enjoyed this book because I gave it 5 stars, but I honestly could not tell you anything about why I gave it that, or any of my other thoughts on it, as I just can not remembered what happened in this book.
I remember this is about witches and is told partially in the second person, and that is it. I actually only read this one at the end of 2015, and so realistically I should remember a little bit more than this, especially considering how much I enjoyed it as I gave it 4 stars on Goodreads. This is one of the books that I am actually planning to reread, as I do remember finding the use of 2nd person really interesting, and because I know enjoyed it I would also really like to continue on with the series, so I’m hoping that is something I can get round to doing really soon.
This is the book that I am most surprised that I don’t remember much about, as I only read it at the very end of 2016, and yet I still couldn’t tell you much of what happened in this book, as I found out when I tried to read Hollow City recently and had to put it down because of how confused I was. I think this is partially because I watched the film very soon after finishing this book, and so the details of both of them are quite interchangeable in my head, but nonetheless this is definitely a book that I enjoyed, even I don’t remember much about it now!
This more refers to the entire series rather than just the first book, as in all honestly could not tell you much about what happened this series, or what happened in each book from what I do remember. I have really random scenes ingrained in my mind, but I couldn’t tell you the actual plot of any of these books other than what you will find in the synopsis of the first book.
Similarly to Gone, this one refers to the entire series rather than just the first book, as I could not tell you what happened in any of these books. Again, I can still remember very random scenes from this series, but they make no coherent sense, and so all in all I really don’t know all that much what happened in this series.
This is a bit of a strange one for me, as I genuinely do not know why I can’t remember anything about this book, but can remember so many details from Cat Patrick’s other two books that I have read, Revived and Forgotten. I have reread all three of these books multiple times now, with The Originals actually being the one I reread most recently back in 2015, and yet I still don’t know any more about this book than that it follows three clones living as one person.
Finally, this is another one where I don’t really know why I can’t remember what happens in this one, because I can remember so much of the plots of the first and last books in this series. This is also one that I am hoping to reread soon, not because I need to continue on with the series as I have actually already completed this series, but because I reread the first book, Noughts and Crosses, last year, and so I would really like to continue on, especially because I don’t really know what to expect in this one.
What books did you really like even if you can’t remember much about them? Have you read any of these – what did you think?