Ten Books I Liked But Can’t Remember Much About

Top Ten Tuesday - That Artsy Reader Girl

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature previously hosted over at The Broke and the Bookish and have now been moved over to That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s topic is books I enjoyed reading but can’t remember much about. It sucks when I remember enjoying a book but can’t remember most of what happened in it! This usually happens when I don’t write a review for a book, I tend to forget what the story is about. Here are ten books that I really liked (rated 4 stars on Goodreads) but unfortunately, can’t recall most of the contents of the book:

Radiance Masque Warprize Cruel Beauty For Darkness Shows the Stars

Rise Carolina Dreaming His Road Home A Bollywood Affair Pairing Off

That’s five specfic romance (or specfic with romantic elements) and five contemporary romance titles. What about you, do you have problems remembering books that you enjoyed reading too? If you were to make a list like this, what titles would you include?

24 thoughts on “Ten Books I Liked But Can’t Remember Much About

    • That’s a nice way of putting it! I do agree that sometimes we read way too many books to remember every title. And yes, I remember enjoying Cruel Beauty too. Just that I can’t recall much about it.😂

      • That’s quite an exaggeration on my part! Haha! I do remember them, but I would vry much prefer it if my brain would store the tiniest details so that when I tell people to read certain titles, I have some prepared justifications! 😉

  1. I haven’t read any of these, but I’d like to read Cruel Beauty. I find it hard to remember books I read a while ago. The book has to be really wonderful for me to remember it well. Here is our Top Ten Tuesday.

  2. This is why I should always write posts about the books I read! A few weeks on from reading a book that didn’t make a strong positive or negative impression on me, and I’ve forgotten 90% of things about it most times. It’s a real problem. :p

    • I used to write reviews for all the books I read too, but then I got lazy. 😛 I should still try to make an effort even if it’s just a couple of sentences so I can be reminded of what I thought of the book.

  3. I see some familiar books in your list. If you’re going to re-read one of them, I recommend His Road Home. It really is a wonderful novella!

  4. The challenge is really those books that were “good” or “ok”, without being extraordinary in some way! I also find it happens to me more often with audiobooks!

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