Top 5 Wednesday: Books You’d Save in a Fire

Okay, so I’ve been wanting to do Top 5 Wednesday for a while now, but I haven’t participated because I never think to do it until Thursday or Friday, and that just defeats the purpose of it being on Wednesday. Well, now I’m going to do it! So, the topic for today’s T5W is: Books you’d save in a fire. (The way this works is you count down from 5 to 1 in order of the books you’d be less likely to most likely… but they’re obviously top five… anyway…)

twilight5. “Twilight” by Stephenie Meyer

The reason this makes the list is because during the time that the book first came out, yes, I was a huge fan. Yes, I still like the series. And it’s signed. So… yeah. Plus it’s my most read book to date.

winniethepooh4. “The Complete Tales of Winnie the Pooh” by A.A. Milne

I bought this on my first trip to Disney World for my honeymoon in December and I love how beautiful the edition is. I grew up with Winnie-the-Pooh in movies, but I was never able to read the books because, well, I never owned them until now! Definitely a must save.

cityofheavenlyfire3. “City of Heavenly Fire” by Cassandra Clare

Though I have yet to read this book, it’s a massive thing and it’s the wrap up to the entire series. I love the Shadowhunter world and how Clare writes, so I’d definitely want to keep this book.

houseofthescorpion2. “The House of the Scorpion” by Nancy Farmer

This was one of my favorite books as a teenager. I just have so many memories of reading it and rereading it and how it actually made me want to read more. This is definitely one I would try to save in a fire if possible.

heiroffire1. “Heir of Fire” by Sarah J Maas

I love this series SO MUCH. Like seriously, I can’t handle it. I’d definitely have to save this book, if not the whole series if I can grab them in my hands. It’s currently my favorite fantasy series and it’s just one of the best series I’ve read in a long time.

So there you have it! T5W is complete!

Accompanying video: T5W | Books You’d Save in a Fire

Let me know what your top five picks for books you’d save in a fire would be.

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