Five Thing Friday ~ Five Oldest Books On Your To-Read List


Each Friday, here at Prism Book Alliance® we will be tackling a very important topic… of sorts.  Five Thing Friday…  The topic will change each week, so be sure to check back.  We encourage you to comment with your own Five Things!

Topic: Five Oldest Books On Your To-Read List

We asked each of our reviewers to tell us about what are the five oldest books on your TBR?


The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey
End of Watch by Stephen King
The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss
Angels & Demons by Dan Brown
Triane’s Son Ascending by Amy Lane


The Cat in the Cradle by Jay Bell
Counterpoint: Dylan’s Story by Ruth Sims
Deadly Nightshade by Victor J .Banis
Wishing on a Blue Star by Kris Jacen
Visible Friend by K.Z. Snow


Django – The life and music of a gypsy legend – this has lived by my bed for 18 months
180 proof Vega – waiting til it’s all released
Smilla’s sense of snow
The God Eaters
Eidolon (W+G 1.5 ) – still not read this series, what is wrong with me ?


1. Unwritten Rules of Social Relationships – Temple Grandin
2. An Interview With The Vampire – Anne Rice
3. The Bell Jar – Sylvia Plath
4. A Journey To The Center of The Earth – Jules Verne
5. In Their Own Voices: Transracial Adoptees Tell Their Stories – Simon and Roorda

Lirtle Grafton

St. Nacho’s by Z.A. Maxfield
Cards on the Table by Josh Lanyon
Wingmen by Ensan Case
Lovers in Arms by Osiris Brackhaus
Break and Enter by Rachel Haimowitz


Trust Me by Jeff Erno
Regularly Scheduled Life by KA Mitchell
Chase in Shadow by Amy Lane
Special Forces by Aleksandr Voinov
Prisoner by Megan Derr


Smack happy Clare London
Cover me la Witt
Dissonance shira Anthony
Being sawyer knight nicola harken
Murder & mayhem Rhys ford


(In order of when I added them, not publication)…

In Too Deep, Kate Sherwood
Widdershins, Jordan L. Hawk
Dangerous Ground, Josh Lanyon
Wrecked, Elle Casey
Signs, Anna Martin


The Hobbit
Clockwork Angel
The Hunger Games
The Letter Z

So what are your Five Things???

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4 thoughts on “Five Thing Friday ~ Five Oldest Books On Your To-Read List

  1. Takng Stock, Barbara Elsborg
    The Earthquake Collection, TA Webb
    Something Like Hope, Chris T Bethke
    The Homeport Journals, AC Burch
    Chasing After Chandler, CE Kilgore

  2. Latakia JF Smith
    The Secret Tunnel James Lear
    The Elegant Corpse AM Riley
    Butterfly Hunter Julie Bozza
    Special Forces Aleksandr Voinov

  3. Cat’s Cradle – Kurt Vonnegut Jr.
    The Silmarillion – JRR Tokien
    In the Company of Shadows – Santino Hassell
    Special Forces – Aleksander Voinov
    Cut & Run – Abigail Roux

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