We have been doing a lot of tags lately. I love doing tags, though, so it’s no problem with me!
It’s Melia and I am going to be doing the To Not To Read Tag! This tag was created by Icebreaker694 who also tagged us.
Before we start, I am going to tell you about my current reading crisis! I just finished The 100 by Kass Morgan and I loved it so much and I can’t get my hands on the next book and I have no interest in reading anything other than that and I am going to die!
Anyway, let’s start,
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Answer the questions with books you DNF
1. A book you’d be willing to finish
Etiquette & Espionage by Gail Carriger
For my Summer TBR Wipeout 2016, I was going to read this book. I didn’t get too far before putting it down, but I would still love to finish it. It sounds so good and I really want to get into this series. I guess I just wasn’t in the mood.
2. A dystopian book that you put down
Flawed by Cecelia Ahern
I do want to try reading this book again. I only put it down because of the reading slump that I am in right now. I am in the mood for nothing but The 100. If you have any recommendations for books like The 100, please let me know!
3. A book that you just didn’t want to finish at all
The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater
At first, I did want to read it. I thought it had more fantasy than it does. I got, maybe 100 pages in before just putting it down. I don’t have any interest in picking it up again. I know that a lot of people love this book so much, but it’s just not for me.
4. A sequel
The Winner’s Kiss by Marie Rutkoski
I loved the first book and I liked the second, but when I got to this one, the excitement had just drained out of me. After I put it down, I quickly skimmed the ending. I was curious about how it ended, but I didn’t want to read anymore. *sighs* I had such high hopes for this book yet I was a bit unsure.
5. A book you will never pick up again
The Maze Runner by James Dashner
I went into this book with such high hopes only to be thrown into it, confused and irritated. The characters just annoyed me and I had no idea whar was going on. I am not picking this book up again.
6. A book with too much hype
I am just going to go with my previous answer for this question as well. What? I am not lazy!
7. A haunting read
Alice in Zombieland by Gena Showalter
This is the only horror book I have ever read and let’s just say it has put me off horror completely. I stopped about 100 pages in. It had me up a midnight looking for zombies out my window. *shudders*
8. A contemporary
I don’t have an answer for this question because I am not a big contemporary reader. I have read a few contemporary’s, but I finished them all. Wow, that is something I have wanted to say for awhile.
9. A book you were unsure of
All Fall Down by Ally Carter
I was a bit iffy about reading this book, but I didn’t have anything else to read at the time. My instincts were right (Obviously! *tosses hair back*) and I ended up putting it down and not having any interest in reading it again.
As always, don’t feel obligated to doing this tag. If you don’t want to you don’t have to. It’s only for fun!