When a friend comes up to you for a recommendation, what do you normally suggest? List your top five most recommendable books for today’s prompt!
What books did you read in a different language than it was written, or you could also stretch it to what books did you read in your additional languages. For those of us in countries where English is not the lingua franca, this should be an easy(ish) topic, for us monolingual English speakers, this might be more of a challenge. I guess you could also do translated works you have yet to read.
There are some books that are fantastic no matter how many times you read them. What books do you want to reread soon?
When a character loves to read they become even more relatable! Who are your top five characters who love to read?
Debut novels are an author’s first published book. Which of your favorite books are debut novels?
Some authors have a fantastic repertoire of books, but they seem to get less love than they should in the book community. Who are your top five underrated authors?
Now that July is over, we’ve been in the second half of 2021 for a whole month! What are some of your favorite books published in the first half of this year?
This week, let’s look for some books where rebels opposed to the law laid to try to make the world a better place.
We’re all forced to read for school at some point or another. Some of the books can be terrible, some can be good but you hated them because you were forced to read them, and some books can just be fantastic regardless! This week, I’d love to see what your favorite required reading books were! And if you don’t have favorites, just do what you hated the most. We’re a measure of extremes over here on T5W.
I know I, for one, normally stick to genres that I know I’ll enjoy. But every once in a while I try a genre that I normally stay away from. What are your top five books from genres you don’t normally read? they can be the top five favorite or least favorite.