Book Review


Have you ever been super excited for a book and you put it on your must have list? Have you been so excited for a book that you immediately pre-order the book even though it doesn’t come in the next 6-9 months? Have you ever been so excited for a book that you sign up for every book tour or blog tour to help said book?

Well I have.

And when I finally have the book on my shelf or the book finally comes out I’ve completely lost all interest. So today I’m going to show you which books I was thrilled to read but gradually lost interest in.

Mistborn by Brandon Sanderson—Yeah this book was all over Booktube and it seem like something I would be into because “duh” this girl loves fantasy. But has time goes by I’m indifferent about this series.

Ivory & Bone by Julie Eshbaugh—I was pretty excited about this one. I mean a fantasy novel set in the pre-historic time. Yes please. But slowly I started to hear mixed reviews and I completely forgot about this book up until now. The cover is pretty though.

Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli—Okay with book I wanted to read it badly. I heard nothing but great things about it. How it was funny and little sad but overall a good book. I mean you couldn’t go on Twitter without hearing about this book. So,I don’t know what happen but at this moment in time I don’t wish to read it. Maybe in the future. For Now I’ve lost all interest in this book.

We Were Liars by E. Lockhart—the fact that I was never interest in book says a lot. But after reading some reads from book bloggers I trust I was like nope. Not interest and will never be. Plus I heard that the big twist is very predictable.

Dangerous Creatures by Kami Garcia—I have this book. It’s been sitting on my shelf collecting and gathering dust. I had plan on reading it when it first came out. Then I push back to next year and it is now 2016 and I still have not picked up the book and I kinda lost interest in it. P.S. there’s another book in the series lol.

The Death Code by Lindsay Cummings—Alright The Murder Complex was my shit. I mean I devoured that book in one sitting so when I heard another one was coming out, I was like “Hell Yeah”. The Death Code came out and I never batted and eye. There is nothing in me that wish to pick it up. Most likely this will be a series I will never finish.

The Cuckoo’s Calling by Robert Galbraith (J.K. Rowling)—Loving Harry Potter I thought I might enjoy reading J.K. Rowling’s adult book but nope. I wish amazon stop recommending this book to me. I don’t want to read it. Beside, there’s a known fact that J.K. Rowling’s adult fiction isn’t all that great.

Seven books guys. That’s not bad. And who knows. I might come around and my interest for these book might piqued again but for now, they are not a priority. Let me know if there are any books you have no interest in reading. I would love to hear your thoughts.

As always thanks for stopping by <3


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  1. For me: A Commonwealth of Thieves, by Thomas Keneally. I fell asleep several nights in a row trying to get through the first chapter, and had I continued at my rate of a few pages a day, it would have taken me a little over a year to finish. NEXT.

    1. Yes we don’t have time to waste on books that don’t hold our interest anymore. It’s alright to move on to the next. Especially when there are so many other great ones out there.

      Thanks for stopping by.

  2. Divergent in YA. I was disappointed that the world was an experiment. And of course, once you kill the heroine, I’m done. Never read Four. In adult books – The Sword of Truth series was one of the best I’ve read. The Richard & Kahlan books that followed, not so much. I haven’t gotten through one yet.

    1. Oh yes I agree completely with you on Divergent. Once I read the last book I didn’t have the need to read Four. What was the point?

      Umm, never heard of The Sword of Truth series. I will have to check that one out.

      Thanks for stopping by.

  3. Sometimes I buy books in the heat of the hype and have them sitting on my shelf for ages only for me to realise that I don’t even really want to read that book. Us readers have to learn the hard way about our book buying ways!

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