So, the prompt for this week is Characters I’d Like To Switch Places With, but I had a hard time coming up with some, so I decided to change themes to an old one!
While reading the Shadow and Bone Trilogy, I honestly considered that I could go and finish Six of Crows then go onto this one. After DNFing that same trilogy, I knew I couldn’t do it. Wasn’t realistic. So, I’m no longer interested in finishing this.
I read Strange the Dreamer and found myself…. seriously underwhelmed by it. Very annoyed, really. But, I thought that I might read the second book since it was just a duology. Yeah, not going to happen. I have zero interest in finding out what happens.
Admittedly, I did DNF this book. It’s kind of on a list to try it again, but I’m just not bothered by it. It doesn’t interest me. Maybe one day, but most likely not.
Y’all know that I’m not a Schwab fan. So, no matter how much people rave and say this is her best book, I will not read it. I just can’t do it.
Yes, I have read And I Darken. And, I didn’t like it. At least, it wasn’t for me. I’ve been on the fence about this book for ages, but I know that, realistically, I have no motivation to read it.
This is basically the same as a few before it. I read the first book, City of Ghosts, and was very underwhelmed. It was so boring and disappointing. I’d rather reread my favorite middle-grade ghost series than continue on with this one.
First, let’s cut the shit. It’s not Robert Galbraith. It’s JKR. Second, I’m so done with JKR that I will not read anything else. I don’t care that the third book blew me away. I just don’t care about her and won’t give her money.
Except for those damn 20th anniversary HP editions.
I have read most of the books in her Vampire Chronicles series. No joke. I have. But, I read one of them and was so disgusted that I know I will never read anything else of this. I will happily rewatch Interview with the Vampire, though.
Growing up, I loved the Maximum Ride series. God, I loved it. They were so fucking good. At least, the first three books. This is book eight. And, Jesus, they were horrible. This was the series that made me love James Patterson and the one that made me hate it.
Chantel, if you read this post, I’m so sorry. See, she loves this series. She loves Thomas Lynch. However, I read the first book and thought it was kind of meh. I can’t see myself reading this book.
C’mon, give me those unpopular opinions!
What are books that you won’t be reading, no matter the hype?