Top Ten Tuesday: 1-Day Wonders

1-Day Wonders

Happy Tuesday! This week’s Top Ten Tuesday theme is a FREEBIE, which means that we can make lists about whatever our bookish hearts desire. As I was scrolling through past TTT posts from The Broke and the Bookish, I stumbled upon one that was done back in 2012: Top Ten Books to Read in a Day. I’ve never made a list like this before, so I figured that there’s no time like now to write one! Without further ado, here is my list of ten great books that you can (potentially) read in a day!

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Some of these page counts might seem fairly high for one day, but the stories are so good that you can’t help but gobble them up all at once!

What are yours favorite books to read in one day? What do you think of the books on my list? Let me know in the comments section below!



26 Replies to “Top Ten Tuesday: 1-Day Wonders”

    1. Wow, I’m so jealous! I think I’m a decently fast reader, but most of the time it takes me about 3 days to a week to finish a book, depending on how much time I have to read. Hopefully this summer I can do some readathons and read more books in a short amount of time!

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    1. Yeah, I feel like The Great Gatsby is one that I would reread in a day, but I wouldn’t necessarily read it for the first time in a day because I feel like that would be rushing it. I have to read it for one of my classes again this semester, so I guess we’ll see how long it takes me to read it then. 🙂 Thanks!


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