Top 5 Wednesday – 31st August


This Meme is hosted by Thoughts On Tomes and the prompts can be found on Goodreads

This week’s prompt is Books You Will Never Read

Fifty Shaded of Grey by E L James, The Fault in our stars by John Green and Twilight by Stephanie Meyer are books that don’t interest me.

The Game of Thrones, I started reading, I got about 3/4 of the way through and I was not enjoying it at all.. So this is a whole series I will never read.

The Dressmaker by Rosalie Ham, my mum read this book and told me about it and she didn’t like it and by what she said I don’t think I would enjoy it either!

So, this isn’t exactly Top 5, it’s just 5 of the books I will never read that came to mind.


6 thoughts on “Top 5 Wednesday – 31st August

  1. Good choice not reading 50 Shades. Those books are complete garbage. I wrote a long rant about that series. Twilight is another time waster. Good call! I also wrote a rant about John Green books. He is way too over hyped.


    1. The only John Green book I have read and probably every will is Paper Towns and I really enjoyed it. I loved the mystery side of the book. But, as for the rest, I don’t know that much bout others but I don’t like books that are meant to be sad and you’re meant to feel sorry for the characters that have illnesses. It doesn’t play on my emotions at all and I find them boring and predictable.

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      1. I liked the first half of Paper Towns, but I wasn’t thrilled about the middle and end. I thought it really dragged. Overall, it was okay. I’m not a big fan of John Green. He’s a good writer but too predictable for me. I feel the same way about those kind of books. Surprisingly, I really liked TFIOS, which surprised me because it’s not the type of book I’d normally pick up. I think it’s a hit or miss for most people.

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      2. I read it ages ago. So I don’t really remember if I thought it dragged on or anything. I would much rather funny and adventurous books rather than sad books. So I think that’s why I avoid them. I am currently reading Me Before You but that’s because of the diversity side of it, not the sad factor. I am enjoying it so far though.

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      3. I don’t really get emotional towards books unless I actually feel a connection with characters or its something like Harry Potter haha. So I don’t know how I’m going to feel. Obviously don’t know what’s going to happen yet. But I will see.

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