Top Ten Tuesday/ Books I Rarely Talk About

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April 14: Books I Enjoyed but Rarely Talk About (This is for the books you liked, but rarely come up in conversation or rarely fit a TTT topic, etc.)

Saving Ferris

I’m starting off my list with Saving Ferris because even if I read this book just last week, this book has only two ratings and one of them is mine. This book simply deserves more readers.

Mostly Dead Things

One of the main character’s family has a taxidermy shop which isn’t a topic that is very commonly discussed in books. Although, I have that being an animal lover makes it very hard to read, and it’s the reason I gave it just two stars.

The Zookeeper's Wife

The Zookeeper’s Wife gives a picture of what was going on in zoos during World War ll and the many Jews it saved.

Open Minds (Mindjack Series, #1)

Based on the cover and blurb I thought I wouldn’t like it this book, but when I read it, it was pretty good, but I doubt that I will talk about it again.

Lulu's Cafe

You see womanhood in it rawness state which makes you feel things.

The Gender Games: The Problem with Men and Women, from Someone Who Has Been Both

It’s written from both aspects of male and female. Coming from a person who also been both it draws a real picture on gender roles in this world.

Don't Read the Comments

I enjoyed the book even if I’m not a gamer. A gamer would love this.

This book is what started my love for novels in verse.

A Child Called "It" (Dave Pelzer, #1)

I don’t talk about this book because it’s not for everyone and it can break your heart like it did mine.

The Transgender Manifesto

It gives you an inside of what it’s like to live as a trans person in America.

Alex

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