Ten Most Popular Books on my TBR | #StrikeBackVideoAThon

Ten Most Popular Books on my TBR | #StrikeBackVideoAThon

In which I talk about the ten books I own that people have rated the most on Goodreads.

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  1. Ha I've only heard of the last two of those books! I'm not super in touch with what is "popular" these days I guess. I do tend to have popular books on my TBR that I never end up getting around to and then they fall out of relevance though, like Water for Elephants and The Other Boleyn Girl.

  2. I couldn't help but laugh every time you started with "I don't actually know what this is about.." because that's literally me in a sentence. I have a terrible habit of seeing a cover I like, a title that sounds good, or someone says I need it in my life, and automatically I'm think, "yes, I do need it in my life. Thank you."

  3. Reading more Canadian authors is always a good thing.

    Is that a Judy Blume novel for adults? I will have to go check that out.

    I am Malala is excellent. It actually covers a lot of history and life in Pakistan, which I found quite interesting.

  4. I just read Adichie’s feminist manifesto and commented in my review how it felt like she was excluding ace, trans, and non binary folk. Then someone told me about her comments and i was shocked i hadn’t heard about the comments before. Glad i got it from the library.

  5. Book Christmas, aka, the only holiday I'll ever need! I think Artemis was popular, but I really did not like it. I loved The Martian, and I was so disappointed, not because of a second book slump, but the book was just bad 🙁 everybody has those reads, I suppose!

  6. I’m surprised by all of these lol. I organized my goodreads shelves when I started buddy reading so people could go on there and see what books we own in common. Now I love having the separated shelves

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