October 04, 2016

Top 5| Book I Never Want to Re-read

Before I left for University we were having loads of boot sales in order to raise some money for me to get up here. It was a lot of work but, the one thing that I did end up doing was getting rid of some books that were no longer a priority nor ones I held any connection with.

This left me thinking of all the books that I would like to consider never reading again. 

This is a quick pointer of my top 5.

DISCLAIMER: This is all subject to personal matter. If you like the book, good for you but, I refuse to apologist. Also, this is in now way in order to preference, I disliked all these pretty much the same just for different reasons.

Let's go!


Go Set a Watchman (To Kill a Mockingbird)
Harper Lee

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Remember the hype that was built around this novel?

How I wish I had never bothered. This didn't really add anything to one of my favourite novels and was in turn pointless as a novel. In fact in some parts this novel detracted ideas I had developed, as well as tainting my view of some characters. If only I could go back.


Pride and Prejudice and Zombies (Pride and Prejudice and Zombies #1)
Jane Austen, Seth Grahame-Smith

Yeah, I was really excited about this becuase I knew there was a book to movie adaptation coming out earlier this year.
Loved the movie, hated what this book standed for. 

If this was rewritten by a female author this would have stood better on my own view of woman and where this could have been taken.


Matched (Matched #1)
Ally Condie

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I thought this was such an interesting concept and picked it up in my local bookstore after hearing some postive reviews on booktube- my regret.



Shiver (The Wolves of Mercy Falls #1)
Maggie Steifvater

Okay, so we all know that I loved Maggie's The Raven Cycle books, this one just- gah!

I did enjoy it just it went down hill really quickly in terms of plot and keeping my interest by the third book.


The Maze Runner (The Maze Runner #1)
James Dashner

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I was reading these shortly before and during my first error of being homeless, (The error being entirely my mother's.) But, I think being in that situation changed my view on the things I was reading and felt at the end highly disappointing.

I felt cheated in a way.

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