| Top Ten… Books I’m No Longer Interested in Reading |
Welcome back to Top Ten Tuesday! If you’re anything like me and have a mountain of unread books, then you’re more than likely to have a few you no longer want to read. Luckily for me, they are few and far between. Sadly that means their removal makes absolutely no difference to my incredibly huge TBR… Scroll down for the Top Ten… Books I’m No Longer Interested In Reading.
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by Maria V. Snyder
I read the first three books in Snyder’s Study Series about ten years ago but, even then, found Yelena rather insipid and the overbearing romantic nature of the storyline vastly irritating. Ten years later I know that, despite owning the first three Glass books, that I will no longer be reading them.
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Despite owning all the books in this series, I barely made it to two thirds of the way through Enchantress before giving up. The storyline was predictable, the characters two dimensional and the writing often left little to be desired. I just couldn’t go on.
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by Gena Showalter
Reading as though its pages were torn straight from a teenager’s diary, had I known how irritating the majority of Alice in Zombieland was, I would never have bothered in the first place. I only need to re-read my review to feel my abject hatred for this book. And worse of all, I already own the sequel!
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Picked up on a whim many years ago, the first few books in The Mortal Instruments series have taken quite the dusting on my shelves. Having seen a few episodes of the TV series however, and having read very mixed reviews, I’m pretty certain this isn’t a series for me.
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I’ve not just read one book in this series, but five out of six! I have no desire whatsoever, however, to complete a series whose characters make the same mistakes time and time again while the narrative repeats itself in Every. Single. Novel. Not to mention the romance…
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by Mark Charan Newton
Apparently I’ve finished Nights of Villjamur, though the only thing I remember is how painful I found the characters, how irritating I found the dialogue and how much I detested the entire experience of reading it. The plot and storyline? I really couldn’t even tell you what it was about. Needless to say, I will not be returning to this series.
Whatever possessed me to physically purchase a book called ‘Clockwork Angel‘?! I cannot even fathom what was going through my head because I just KNOW it is the type of book I’d detest. I can only say it must have been cheap with a shiny cover. Damn my magpie book finding skills.
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NOS4R2 has been on my ‘currently reading’ Goodreads page since October 2015. Let’s face it, this book is never going to make it to the promised land. It is however a signed copy with a picture of the devil drawn by Joe Hill himself…
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by Diana Gabaldon
I know I’m judging from a TV series… but Claire Randall has to be one of the most irritating women I’ve ever had the misfortune to spend an entire season watching. Never again. And I’m sorry, but if you happen to be a botanist, I’m almost certain you don’t need to research what a forget-me-not is. The thought of actually reading this is painful.
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by Deborah Harkness
I own the first two books in this series and have read neither. After reading the many MANY mixed reviews, I’m not even certain I ever want to. The only thing that even tempts me is its setting in Oxford… but I’m not sure that’s enough of a reason to commence the slog.
I’m starting to think I should start a “Books I Hated Giveaway”…
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