Tuesday, April 9, 2013

TTT*: Before Blogging

I want to reread these just to get reviews up.

The Perks of Being a Wallflower   A Great and Terrible Beauty (Gemma Doyle, #1)   White Oleander
1. Perk's Of Being a Wallflower: All time top three. I've logged more rereads than any other story but never reviewed because it was pre-blog. I'll just say Charlie is so lovely with his steadfast personality. He's weird, emotional,studios, and just a good guy. I love that he doesn't let life take that away from him.
2. A Great and Terrible Beauty: The imagery is so wonderfully vibrant. Enthralling story.
3. White Oleander: The story was brutal, and touching. One of my favorites but I've lost mostof the details.

*I don't read as fast as many books or as fast as most who participate in this meme so I decided to do a Top Three. This way my posts wont be so repeatitive and I can still play with you guys. Love you all. Please tell me what you think of my list and link yours.


  1. I just read Perks for the first time this year and I agree. It's amazing! Did you see the movie? I thought it was such a good adaptation.

    1. I bought it, but haven't watched it yet, it isn't my husband's kind of thing so I have to find time by myself.

  2. I've been wanting to read The Perks of Being a Wallflower! So I'm glad you liked them :)

    I commented back on my post about Seven Daughters and Seven Sons. It does stand the test of time! READ AND TELL ME WHAT YA THINK ;)

    Thanks for stopping by my TTT

  3. I recently just re-read The White Oleander and finally posted up my review of it; it sucks me into the story and Astrid's journey every single time ;_;

    My TTT

  4. The Perks of Being A Wallflower is a great book. Great list.

  5. I have White Oleander on my bookshelf, just haven't gotten around to reading it. I think I'll pick it up soon!

  6. I can't believe I still haven't read Perks of Being a Wallflower. Shame on me :)