TTT ~ Last Ten Books That Gave Me a Book Hangover

Alison here ~

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.

Happy Tuesday everyone!! I hope your week has gotten off to a good start! Today’s Top Ten topic is Last Ten Books That Gave Me a Book Hangover.

Okay, so honestly I don’t really have a ton of book hangovers in the sense that I don’t pick up another book for a while. But I do have books that I keep thinking about even after I’m on to another one. So, here’s the last 10 books that I’m still thinking about ~


What recent reads have left you with a hangover?
Happy Reading,

34 thoughts on “TTT ~ Last Ten Books That Gave Me a Book Hangover

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  2. Josh & Hazel left me so happy. I would put that on a hangover list for me too. I just finished Guy on the Right the other day, and I am eager to get Troy’s story. I can only imagine there is a lot to that situation.


  3. I don’t remember experiencing that, but books I keep thinking about, yes. The last one would be Second Sister, by Chan Ho-Kei, a Chinese thriller.
    Great idea of post by the way!
    I actually DNFed The Night Circus, but probably because I did the mistake of trying it in audio, and the narrator’s sounded really too old fr the main characters in the book


  4. I totally get so many of these book hangovers! Especially Gus. I don’t think I got a hangover from Addicted to You, but I jumped right into the next book. I didn’t get one from that series until it was over and I felt like I was missing my friends. Nice list!


    • Addicted to You was so rough on me because of personal experiences of dealing with loved ones suffering from addiction. If it hadn’t been for that, I don’t know that it would have affected me so profoundly. I read another blogger’s review on it and they were talking about how most of the book bored them with nothing happening. But for me, I could identify with every nuance of the addict in them and it was emotionally draining!

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  5. Ooh, glad to see that The Watchmaker’s Daughter made it onto this list! I really enjoyed that one and feel it’s a little underrated? Also absolutely adored Josh & Hazel but I’ve said that countless times already 😂 Great list!


    • Yes, I think it’s that The Watchmaker’s Daughter is just unique. Or at least it is to me compared to what I usually pick up. So, the story hasn’t let go of me. I’m anxious to pick up the next book.


  6. I can understand why with The Night Circus. 🙂
    From my reads this past year, some that left me with a hangover are Pachinko, The History of Love and The Housekeeper and the Professor.


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