Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created at The Broke and the Bookish. Each week we will post a new Top Ten list. Everyone is welcome to join.
This week's topic is:
Ten Books I Feel Differently About Since Time Has Passed!
1. Illuminae by Jay Kristoff and Amie Kaufman: I thought it was pretty cool when I read it, but the files in the FC were all over the place and it left me a little confused. I DID listen to the audiobook and that one I enjoyed 100 x's more!
2. The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins: I originally DNF'd this and wasn't going to finish reading it, but a friend of mine said "Just get to the games." So I did as told and finally got there and I am so happy I did. I LOVE that series now and I'm do happy I didn't miss out on it.
3. Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas: I will forever say this to anyone like me..... JUST MAKE IT TO BOOK 2. For some reason this one didn't work for me. I don't think it deserved all the hype. But as for the series as a whole, IT'S SO GOOD.
4. Wink Poppy Midnight by April Genevieve Tucholke: When first finished reading it I rated it 3 stars. Then a few days later while writing my review there wasn't much I didn't like about the story, so I changed my rating to 4 stars.
5. The One and Only Ivan by Kathernie Applegate: When I first read this one I was reading it as the audio and I was doing it for class. I ended up going to the library and finding the actual book and flipping through the book and seeing the illustrations and I fell in love.
6. More Happy Than Not by Adam Silvera: I was a little iffy on the plot twist at first and was only going to give it three stars, but the more I wrote about it in my review I think I changed my mind mended up giving it 4 stars.
7. The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater: For some reason I read the first one and rated it 3 stars. I couldn't get into it. But then the freaking second book came and along and I DNF'ed it. It made me realize that the first one wasn't just that great to me either. I found myself bored a lot of the time in both. And so because of that I just never tried again.
8. Breaking Dawn by Stephanie Meyer: Ummm this was actually my least favorite of the series. I really don't feel like it should even be a thing because how can you make a baby and you are dead? How were your guys even swimming? But I guess. But anyways, before this becomes a tangent, I always DNF'ed this and ended up always skimming it. But finally I watched the movie and Viola! I HAD to read the book again. Imagine my surprise when they weren't the same and I didn't like it nearly as much lmao
9. The Unexpected Everything by Morgan Matson: I rated originally 4 stars, but as I was writing my review, I realized there was nothing really I disliked about the book but except one thing, but it got fixed quickly. So, I changed it to 5 stars and I STILL love this book.
10. Carry On by Rainbow Rowell: I tolerated it in Fan Girl and thought I might be able to handle it with the full book..... In my head I had already rated this 5 stars. But when I started reading it, it was just too much like Harry Potter fanfiction. it was mighty hard to resist because of the diversity featured in it, but in the end I just couldn't do it :(
Can you relate to any of my choices?
Anyone wanting to harm me after reading some of these?
Let me know in the comments!