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4/14/20

TTT #34 Books I Enjoyed but Rarely Talk About

Top ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by theArtsy Reader Girl. This weeks topic is last week's topic: Books I Enjoyed but Rarely Talk About (This is for the books you liked, but rarely come up in conversation or rarely fit a TTT topic, etc.)

1. Bad Unicorn 

Author: Platte F Clark



You heard of sci-fic fantasy? While Bad Unicorn is fantasy sci-fic. A total flip of the genre. Its about a boy who found this magical book that transport him to the future where he has to fight Princess, a princess robot unicorn. I don't exactly know where to put this book on my shelf. Fantasy or sci-fic?



2. Gork the Teenage Dragon 

Author: Gabe Hutson




Another book that flips the genres. Fantasy or sci-fic or teenage drama?? There also robot dragons...I wonder if Bad Unicorn is in the same world?

3. The Chronicles of the Imaginarium Geographica Series

Author: James A. Owen


This series is a mouth full to say and for some reason I couldn't find a picture with all seven books. I have mention the first book 'Here There Dragons' in some of  the book tags. If you like classic fantasy then give this series a try. There are tons of refences to classic literature. Despite the MG label I will say older readers will enjoy it more.



4. The Rithmatist

Author: Brandon Sanderson



This is the first book I read by Brandon Sanderson. I like the mystery and the magic system. Hopefully there will be a squal.

5. Middleworld

Author: Jon and Pamela Voelkel


This is one of the few books with Mayen mythology in it. I like anything with Mayen and Aztec history and mythology.

6. The Chronicles of Prydain 

Author: Lloyd Alexander

There was quite a few times I could of add this to a TTT, but have chose another book instead. Everyone talks about the movie which I never saw, but never mention the book series.

7.  The Blackthorn Key





Author: Kevin Sands

I love the mystery and secret codes this book has. I wrote a review of the squal The Mark of the Plague. Never got around to writing a review of the first. Everything I say about the squal will be about the same for what I would have say about The Blackthorn Key.




8. Song of the Lioness Quartet 


Author: Tamora Peirce




I like the third and fourth book more then the first two. Never got around to posting the reviews for these book on my blog.

9. Famous Last Words 

Author: Katie Alender




A good mystery that combines movie stars and paranormal elements.

10. The Neverending Story

Author: Michael Ende



A classic that rarely talk about. I feel like I'm not helping with that. I enjoy this book so much that I couldn't give it a proper review. 

5 comments:

  1. My grandson is crazy about dragons. I'll try to get him some of these for Christmas. https://pmprescott.blogspot.com/2020/04/javan-tenebrae.html

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  2. Gork, The Teenage Dragon sounds like such a fun read.

    My TTT .

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  3. Oh gosh, I haven't checked on Katie Alender since Marie Antoinette, Serial Killer. I'M THERE.

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  4. I love the cover of Bad Unicorn. That’s hilarious.

    Aj @ Read All The Things!

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  5. I need to steal my daughter's Blackthorn Key copy and read it!

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