BOOKS EVERYONE LOVES THAT I HATE!

We all have different preferences when it comes to reading, and while I love a lot of books I also hate a lot of them as well. Of course for me most of these books on my list come from the fact that Booktubers hyped them up and they all pretty much fell flat on its spine.

Side note before going ahead: If you don't like my opinions then you know what they say: "Opinions are like arseholes, we all have one."


1. ALL THE BRIGHT PLACES BY JENNIFER NIVEN

If you've read my recent review then you would know that despite what a lot of people said, I disliked this book. I just felt like the whole point of the book just to have characters with a mental illness. Not only that it lacked on trying to be original. I'm just honestly over these carbon copies that aren't done well. But like I've said, each to their own when it comes to what you like and dislike.








2. THE SKY IS EVERYWHERE BY JANDY NELSON

Yeah......I'm not a fan of a girl getting together with her recently dead sister's Fiancé. It honestly disgusts me and I don't get why anyone would want to read about that. I love romance as much as anyone else but this crosses every line going.







3. WE WERE LIARS BY E. LOCKHART

We Were Boring.
We Were Predictable.
We Were Hyped.

I honestly don't need to say anything else, the whole book was a big mess.









4. THE RAVEN BOYS BY MAGGIE STIEFVATER


Another one that Booktubers hyped up and I honestly don't see why. Nothing happens for at least 250 - 300 pages and I am not the one to continue when nothing happens. I went into this one expecting a lot of action, mystery and Welsh mythology. Instead what I action got was nothing but a big fat fail in renaming a Welsh King. Not acceptable (It maybe to you guys but I'm Welsh, so.....)






5. LOVE LETTERS TO THE DEAD BY AVA DELLAIRA

I actually threw my copy out of my window and onto the land that lays behind my house once I finished this one. I honestly don't know how it was published. It's awful, not only that but it has the worst representation of a Lesbian-Friends relationship as well as the fact that it's biasedly quoted by Stephen Chbosky. Garbage needs to remain in the garbage.











What do you think of my choices?
Let me know in the comments!

2 comments

  1. Agreed! I haven't read all of these but the ones that I have, yes! :f

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  2. I had the same issue with The Raven Boys. I WANTED to love it.... but I couldn't. And your review of We Were Liars! Spot on!

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