TTT: Throwback to my teenage self

Hi Munchworms!

This week’s topic for The Broke and the Bookish‘s Top Ten Tuesday is a throwback freebie! Since I had to rearrange my books a bit not that long ago, I decided I could use this topic to display some of the books I read during my teenage years.

When I say it like that, I really do sound old.. And then I realize that it’s been nearly ten years since I read those books and… Yup, I kind of feel like time flew by, haha!

As usual, every picture is the link to Goodreads so you can read the blurbs and add them to your TBR if you like!


Hush, Hush (Hush, Hush, #1)Night School (Night School, #1)Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Harry Potter, #1)City of Bones (The Mortal Instruments, #1)Fallen (Fallen, #1)Book of Shadows (Sweep, #1)Beautiful Creatures (Caster Chronicles, #1)Poison Study (Study, #1)Eragon (The Inheritance Cycle, #1)Spanish Holiday: Or, How I Transformed the Worst Vacation Ever into the Best Summer of My Life


 

What are some books your teenage self used to love? Or still loves?

Kathy

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30 thoughts on “TTT: Throwback to my teenage self

  1. In high school I definitely read a lot of Meg Cabot. I also enjoyed Christopher Paolini’s Inheritance Cycle, and probably so very many books that I cannot think of at this moment in time.

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    1. Honestly, I don’t remember an awful lot of Poison Study but it was years ago anyway.. I should definitely pick them up again someday. Especially since I’ve been seeing those series pop up once in a while lately.

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  2. Great list! I was (and still am) a huge Harry Potter fan during my teens, too, and being 25 now I’m really grateful that I got to grow up as part of that generation when the new books and films were coming out and it was fresh and exciting and we didn’t know how it was going to end. I miss that feeling sometimes!

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    1. Same here! I think growing up during that period definitely add it a lot to every Potterhead out there. In the end it isn’t “just a story” to us; in my case it’s half my childhood, haha.
      Same! I don’t think I ever had the same anticipating feeling as I did when those books and movies were coming out and I’ll doubt I’ll ever have it with another series…

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    1. Goes to show that tastes differ, haha. I think I’m going to reread those though. Since the movie just came out in the US – according to the author’s Facebook page that’s been all over my feed recently – and I’m pretty curious about it.

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