This week is all about the top ten books that we don't think we'll read.
This was actually kind of sad to do. I LOVE books, and to focus on books that we don't think we'll read is pretty sad.
"My Sister's Keeper" by Jodi Picoult
I don't want to willingly read a book that will make me cry. And I cried during the movie.
"Paper Towns" by John Green
My best friend said it had a bad ending, and I'm not a contemporary person.
"Chain of Gold (The Last Hours, #1)" by Cassandra Clare
One of the spin-offs of TMI.
"A Game of Thrones (A Song of Ice and Fire, #1)" by George R.R. Martin
These books are SOOO long, and the names are so hard to pronounce. I don't have HBO or Netflix so I don't know how the show is.
"Halo (Halo, #1)" by Alexandra Adornetto
I've seen A LOT of negative reviews from the reviewers that I think highly of. And I trust their opinions. Plus if your seeing a lot of negative reviews in general...
"Hush, Hush (Hush, Hush, #1)" by Becca Fitzpatrick
Another angel book with bad reviews. I've heard that it's pretty much an abusive relationship, and I'm not into that kind of shit.
"Lady Midnight (The Dark Artifices, #1)" by Cassandra Clare
Another spin-off of TMI series.
"The Notebook" by Nicolas Sparks
Another book that would make me cry. And from what I remember from the movie, Allie has Alzheimer's or something and that just hits really close to home.
"The Fault in Our Stars" by John Green
Why would I read a book that will likely make me cry? Plus I'm not a huge contemporary fan and I feel like it's over-hyped.
"The Iron Trial (Magisterium, #1)" by Holly Black and Cassandra Clare
Total Harry Potter rip-off. Besides, I'm not a huge fan of Cassandra Clare.
I'm ready for all the hate I know I'll get for not liking CC. I just don't like her books and feel like they go on forever.
This top ten was kind of hard to do because I usually don't think about these books or consider the books that I don't plan to read. Pretty sad Tuesday.