Top Ten Tuesday/ Historical Fiction

I know that this isn’t the usual way that I do Top Ten Tuesday, but today’s topic on the site, I couldn’t do, because I tend not to follow authors on social media. So, I had to come up with another topic.

Daisy Jones & The Six
Daisy Jones & The Six
by Taylor Jenkins Reid

I don’t know why but Daisy Jones & The Six reminds me of the Beatles in a book.

His Grandfather's Watch
His Grandfather’s Watch
by N.R. Walker

It’s a cute m/m historical fiction, and it’s under 100 pages making a quick read.

The Tattooist of Auschwitz
The Tattooist of Auschwitz
(The Tattooist of Auschwitz #1)
by Heather Morris

I feel that the book has gotten so much deserved hype from the book community that I don’t think I can add anything else.

The Kite Runner
The Kite Runner
by Khaled Hosseini

It brings you aware of what’s going around you on things that the media might not show.

The Help
The Help
by Kathryn Stockett

It deals with the issue of race that in my opinion, it’s still a problem that we have in today’s life.

Surviving With Wolves
Surviving With Wolves
by Misha Defonseca

I think the author had a story in mind and ran with it and I love that.

The Boy in the Striped Pajamas
The Boy in the Striped Pajamas
by John Boyne

I read this when I was pretty young, and it printed my mind.

The Heart's Invisible Furies
The Heart’s Invisible Furies
by John Boyne

A man loving another man was like living in hell in the 1940s, and this book touched me so much.

Georgia
Georgia
by Lesley Pearse

This book made me feel all the emotions that a human can have page after page. Be aware that this book isn’t for the weak-hearted.

The Storyteller
The Storyteller
by Jodi Picoult

The power of books kept Sage strong through the war camp.

Alex

 

4 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday/ Historical Fiction

  1. 2/10 for me. I love the kite runner and The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas broke my heart. At the moment I’m reading the latest Hilary Mantel which is brilliant

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