Top Ten Tuesday ~ 21st Century Books Worthy of Becoming Classics

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.

Happy Tuesday. I hope everyone’s week has been off to a good start. My dryer went out Sunday night, so we had to get a new dryer installed yesterday. Fortunately my hubs is super handy and could just pick it up and do the installation himself. Our (still at home) son helped. Unfortunately that son is struggling this morning with a fever. Fingers crossed it won’t turn into anything more. It’s not unusual for my children to run a random fever once in a blue moon.

Today’s Top Ten topic is 21st Century Books I Think Will Become Classics. Who knows really?? I just picked ten reads that I thought would be worthy of it. What was my criteria? Did they have some relevant to the time issue that people needed to be educated about? Is there a warning concerning out future? Did it make a huge impact on people picking up a book? Did they accomplish something new or rarely seen? Or maybe the writing itself was hugely impactful.

21st Century Books Worthy of Becoming Classics

I’m definitely curious to see what everyone’s chosen today. I anticipate my TBR growing!

Upcoming Topics
April 5: Freebie (come up with your own topic!)
April 12: Authors I Haven’t Read, But Want To (Submitted by Deanna @ A Novel Glimpse)
April 19: Bookish Merchandise I’d Love to Own
April 26: Books with [___] On the Cover (Pick a thing (a color, an item, a place, an animal, a scripty font, a sexy person, etc.) and share covers that have that thing on the cover.)

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Have you read any of these?

Happy Reading,

Alison

15 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday ~ 21st Century Books Worthy of Becoming Classics

  1. I have a seen a few of these on many lists. The Nightingale is one that left a huge impression on me. I cry whenever I talk about it. I cry for all the painful things, but also because of the strength those people displayed. Incredible.

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