Top 5 Wednesday| We Should Discuss That

Top 5 Wednesday is a book meme that was started by Laini from GingerreadsLaini and is now hosted by Sam over at Thoughts on Tomes.

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This weeks topic is a difficult one, Books We Dislike but Love to Discuss,  because nothing instantly sprang to mind. 

1. Mockingjay (The Hunger Games #3)
Susanne Collins

I didn't really like the ending of The Hunger Games trilogy, and the first time I read it I skipped over the last three chapters and read the epilogue, just to be done with it. 
I do like looking at the way Collins presented PTSD and love listening to open discussions on it.

2. Empire of Storms
Sarah J. Maas

I still love discussing Maas' books. Whether to disects them and look at how they didn't work, or to just cringe with other like minded individuals over the ridiculous sex scenes.

3. Heart of Darkness
Joseph Conrad

I had to read this during a Literature module at University and couldn't even make it past the second page. It was
presented as this great piece of revolutionary text that didn't have racist undertones. OH BOY.

4. Wuthering Heights
Emily Bronte

An A-Level text. By "enjoy a discussion" about this text its more, me taking the piss with the Kate Bush song. 

5. Twilight
Stephanie Meyer

Its not a discussion as much as a story I like to tell with this one. During the height of the Twilight days I did attemot to read a copy. Only I feel asleep in the school library and had the librarian wake me up before I could miss tutorial. 

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