LASR’s Wednesday Musings: Books I Loved but Never Wrote Reviews For…

Each Wednesday, Long and Short Reviews will be hosting a weekly “blog hop”. For more details on how to participate, please click here.

Today’s topic is: Books I Loved but Never Wrote Reviews For

I actually try to review everything I read, or at least everything I finish and some I done, but I’ve only been reviewing since 2016…Which means I have loads of books that I have enjoyed, or just read, but haven’t reviewed. Here’s a few of my favorites that I’d love to reread for review (and to enjoy again!)

The Sight by David Clement-Davies58085

A Wizard of Earthsea  (Earthsea Cycle #1)  by Ursula K. Le Guin



New Moon  (The Queen’s Quarter #1)  by Midori Snyder



The Dirt Eaters   (The Longlight Legacy #1) by Dennis Foon


Well of Darkness (Sovereign Stone #1) by  Margaret Weis


The Chronicles of Narnia (The Chronicles of Narnia by  C.S. Lewis


16 thoughts on “LASR’s Wednesday Musings: Books I Loved but Never Wrote Reviews For…

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    1. I actually picked it up New Moon by Midori Snyder by chance, I found it in a store, and instantly fell in love with the series when I started reading it! I haven’t read any of her other works, but this series remains one of my favorites.


  1. I loved The Chronicles of Narnia! I’ve never actually read any reviews for them, though. It’s interesting to think about how often people might write reviews for classics like these.

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  2. Some really interesting recommendations here. (In fact, I’m a little disappointed that New Moon doesn’t seem to be available in e-book format.) My own response is here.

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    1. I agree, I’d love to have it in ebook, but even when I read it, (probably 7+ years ago?), I struggled to find books 2 & 3 in print on Amazon. I found New Moon by chance at a book store, and read it in one sitting.


    1. Thank you! I think that’s usually the case, with blogging being fairly new, and many readers start as children, without the ability to write or understand review at first.


  3. Not familiar with most of the books, but I am with the last one. I read Narnia and I was hooked, Had to find the rest of the series. Might check out some of the other books listed, always looking for a good read.

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    1. Yeah, Narnia is the book that first inspired me to start reading, and where I discovered my love of reading. It will always be special to me, but many of these books fostered that love, and even years later I remember them as some of my favorites.


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