Top 5 Wednesday – 31st August

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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.

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6 comments

  1. rantandraveaboutbooks · September 1, 2016

    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.

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    • duskangelreads · September 1, 2016

      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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      • rantandraveaboutbooks · September 1, 2016

        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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      • duskangelreads · September 1, 2016

        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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      • rantandraveaboutbooks · September 1, 2016

        I’ve avoided Me Before You because I know it has a sad ending. Everyone seems to love it. I don’t know if I want to put myself through that. I’m glad you’re liking it. 🙂

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      • duskangelreads · September 1, 2016

        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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