Some of my favorite books I’ve loved right away. Others I’ve liked, or even felt luke warm about, in the beginning but have grown to love over time. For the life of me, I don’t understand how I wasn’t obsessed with Anna and the French Kiss, by Stephanie Perkins. I’ve read that book at least fifteen times since and now call it one of my favorites. Here are ten books that I liked more and more over time, whether because I’ve learned more about the genre, appreciated rereads more, or just reevaluated the story.
Thanks to The Broke and the Bookish for hosting this weekly book meme!
8 thoughts on “Ten Books I Liked More After Time Passed”
Something Blue is such a great book!
My Top Ten Tuesday!
We Were Liars stuck with me way more than I expected. I’ve been meaning to reread Wuthering Heights and a number of other books I read in high school. I think I would get so much more out of them now. Great list and now you really have me wanting to read Anna and the French Kiss
HAHAHA…I’m the same with Anna and the French Kiss. I like it more and more over time.
We Were Liars has also grown on me as time has passed. It was so overhyped for me that I didn’t enjoy it but it’s still a really solid book. Great list!
I haven’t read Something Blue yet, but it looks great!
Sarah Dessen is still one of my favorite authors (even though my teenage years are long behind me… *sigh*) Haven’t yet read We Were Liars, putting it at the top of my To Read list!
Storytime in the Stacks
I’m ashamed to say I haven’t read Frankenstein. Must do so.
I’ve never read anything by Emily Giffin – – and have her on my “do not read” list after the internet hubbub from several years ago.
My TTT is here: http://www.psychoticstate.net/2016/05/top-ten-tuesday-may-24-2016.html
I didn’t even know there was any hubbub about Giffin. I must be out of the loop.