Top 5 Tuesday: most quotable books

Hey, guys!
It’s Tuesday, which means it’s time for a bookish favorites post. Top 5 Tuesday is hosted by Meeghan over on Meeghan Reads and is quite simple: check out the topic and write a post with your picks.
This week we’re going to talk about some books that are *very* quotable!

#1 Alice in Wonderland

I think this is the book I keep hearing the most quotes from. I definitely reference “we’re all mad here” and “off with their heads” a fair amount myself!

#2 Harry Potter

This is one that I expect to be very popular this week. I don’t quote it out loud as much as for example Alice in Wonderland, but bits and pieces from all over the series tend to pop in my head a lot.

#3 Lord of the Rings

I should make a confession here. While I did read the books, I preferred the movies which I have seen numerous times. So, I’m not entirely sure whether the quotes I keep referencing so much are actually from the books or were written for the movies. But I definitely bring up second breakfast, potatoes, or keeping your secrets at least once a week. 😅

#4 Throne of Glass

This is another one where quotes pop into my head a lot but I don’t quote them out loud much. Actually, for a quite simple reason: I don’t think anyone I know has read these books, so no one would know what I’m referencing. Anyway, I like Sarah J. Maas’ humor and the main character from the Throne of Glass novels is highly quoteable!

#5 Hamlet

Finally, Hamlet.
Everybody and their grandma has quoted this at some point. You might not even be aware of it. There are many phrases from this play that have found their way into everyday language, even those who have never read/watched the play will be familiar with them.

What’s your favorite highly quotable book? Let me know in the comments!

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