Hey Book worms Today is Tuesday and that’s means it’s time for TTT but this week is different because I am doing a TOP 5 TUESDAY hosted by Shannah@Bionic Bookworm Blog. I have been following her blog for quite some time and I totally love her BOOKISH content on the blog . So you should definitely hop off to her blog .

HARRY POTTER!!! February 26 – Slytherin


According to the Pottermore website, Slytherin produces more than its share of Dark wizards, but also turns out leaders who are proud, ambitious and cunning. Merlin is one particularly famous Slytherin

Recreating the scene with the books!!

Well , this book is first in the list for the simple reason that it deals with ambition, hilarity, high society, wealth, and some truly terrible people.

For the Slytherin who is sick to death of magic, An Abundance of Katherines centers on washed-up child prodigy Colin Singleton, a man who seems to only date girls named Katherine. 
This layered and complex road trip novel is catnip for the average Slytherin.

This classic about sisters Marianne and Elinor Dashwood and their romantic endeavors will appeal to the fraternity and self-preservation of Slytherins .

Slytherins will sympathize with Pip’s desire to make something of himself. But it’s not long before he manifests a negative Slytherin trait: entitlement.

This is a perfect read for Slytherin Read, highly ambitious and manipulative characters makes it in the list .

What do you think of my List ??? Have you read any them ??? Let’s chat in the comments section below…

29 thoughts on “Top 5 Tuesday : Books Sorted into Slytherin !!

  1. I think Great Expectations is a great (pun intended) pick for this list! I’m not too sure how to explain it, but Great Expectations is a sort of twisty tale that’s sure about itself. As usual, great (ah there’s that word again) choices!

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  2. This is such a great list! I went the other route with my selections (picking books that feature Slytherin characters). LOL at Crazy Rich Asians. I love that you included classics! I agree; the Dashwoods would appeal to the Slytherins.

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