Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish.
Top ten books I will probably never read. But I am a fickle creature, so there are no guarantees.
Don't kill me for these choices.
|Of course I gave the creepy woman the spotlight. Do you have a problem with that?|
1. Twilight by Stephanie Meyer. I've never hated on Twilight. I haven't read anything by Meyer, so who am I to judge? But I really don't think I'd like it, and I don't think you can change my mind.
2. Mirror Sight by Kristen Britain. (Kristen Britain, you are one cruel, sadistic human being. Enough, already!) I've read the first four books in the Green Rider series. I can't say I was awed by any of them, but I liked them and was curious to see what happened next. Unfortunately I was a bit disgusted by the morals of Black Veil, and it was taking WAY too long to get. to the end. of the story. Seriously. The first book was published in 1998 and the series isn't even finished. (Five books have been published. Five.)
3. Any John Green book other than TFIOS because I've already wasted my life on it. But I won't lie. John Green is a seriously funny guy.
|Ain't that the truth! (Source)|
4. The Red Tent by Anita Diamant. I've read some reviews that have, quite frankly, disgusted me.
5. First Days by C.L. Stone. Because book number one killed brain cells.
6. Speaker for the Dead by Orson Scott Card. Ender's Game didn't exactly wow me like I thought it would.
|Yes it is, Ender. Yes it is. (Source)|
7. Seeing Redd by Frank Beddor. GREAT concept, but the first book was so poorly written that I couldn't continue.
8. City of Bones by Cassandra Clare. Meh. Just doesn't sound appealing to me.
9. Fair is the Rose by Liz Curtis Higgs. I had some issues with the first book, Thorn in My Heart.
10. Dragonswood by Janet Lee Carey. I just...can't. Dragon's Keep was too weird. I read it quite a while ago but I'm pretty sure I laughed in places I wasn't supposed to.
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11. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone by J.K. Rowling.
Hahahaha. I'm kidding. Harry Potter rocks.
I don't hate any of these authors, I promise. (Okay, except Kristen Britain. *glares*)
My, what a critical, unfeeling post. I do think I'll go cry now.
Tell me, have you read any of these books? Do you wish to? And do you now hate me with a severe and burning passion?