1. 'Harry Potter' series - J.K. Rowling
I read the Harry Potter books when I was a lot younger, so I never actually reviewed them. To be honest, though, I think it would also be an incredibly difficult review, because reviews for amazing books are usually the most difficult to write!
2. Jane Austen classics
I love Jane Austen's books, but also never got to actually writing a review on them. I do think I want to write reviews on all of her books someday, but I'll need to re-read all of them first!
3. 'The Notebook' - Nicholas Sparks
My favourite and very first Nicholas Sparks novel. I've reviewed several Nicholas Sparks novels over the years, but I wasn't into reviewing when I first read 'The Notebook', even though I have written a review for the film version; that counts for a bit, right?
4. 'The Babysittersclub' series - Ann M. Martin
I didn't start writing reviews until I was in my early 20s, so when I was addicted to The Babysittersclub I didn't even think about writing down my thoughts on the books. It would be fun to re-read some of these books now and see how I feel about them... (probably quite nostalgic)!
5. 'Vince and Joy' - Lisa Jewell
I loved this book when I was a teenager and it's still one of my favourite classic chick lit novels. Never wrote a review for it, though!
6. 'Little Women' - Louisa May Alcott
Another novel that's one of my favourites but which I read for the first time when I was in my teens and never wrote a review about.
7. 'The Hunger Games' series - Suzanne Collins
Same story as with the other books, really, except that this series isn't really a favourite of mine.
8. 'Pictures of Lily' - Paige Toon
The very first Paige Toon book I read and also the only one I never actually reviewed!
Oh, I've only got love for 'The Princess Diaries', and that is exactly what you would find in a review of the books, if I ever decide to write one!