Tuesday, November 24, 2020

Top 5 Tuesday - Top 5... Friend Recommendations

Top 5 Tuesday is a weekly meme that explores different topics. Originally created by Shanah at Bionic Book Worm, it is now hosted by Meeghan at Meeghan Reads. For a list of November topics you can click here. To participate, link your post back to the weekly post.

I have a lot of reader friends. So, this should be easy, right? Umm... we will see.

Top 5... Friend Recommendations

Ever since I represented the 20th anniversary edition of this book for it's virtual book tour with Pump Up Your Book, bloggers have been telling me to read it. Have I? No, but it will happen. It just might take a few more years.

By the time the fourth book in the Left Behind series came out (1998, if I recall correctly), several of my family members were reading the series. I borrowed the first three books and was totally hooked. I waited impatiently for each new release and felt devastated when I read the last word of the last book. 

Recommended by an author friend of mine. I like Civil War fiction, but the reviews aren't phenomenal. 

My husband and daughter enjoy this show, so he recommended I read the book. It is 1962 in an America occupied by Nazi Germany and Japan after the United States lost World War II. The show is too violent for me, but I don't know how it compares to the book.

A good friend of mine has been recommending this series for years. I really just need to sit down and read it one day.

Hope you like my list. What are some good book recommendations from your friends? 


Meeghan reads said...

Outlander is so intimidating!! The books are huge and I feel like there are so many of them. But it's one that is constantly recommended to me as well (that I haven't read!!).

Cheryl said...

I agree, Meeghan. That's part of why I keep putting it off. I would need to dedicate months to reading them.

Evelyn said...

I hope you will enjoy all of these once you read them!


Beware Of The Reader said...

Outlander is really one that I want to read one day!

Cheryl said...

Thanks, Evelyn.

Beware of the Reader, maybe we should make a plan to read it together and discuss.

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