I saw this tag over on Jenna @ Bookmark Your Thoughts and I knew I wanted to have a go at this tag.
I absolutely love the Idea of looking at the books that aren’t quite perfect.
Contemporary Romance stories are ones that I’ve only recently gotten into. ‘Forever Interupted’ was one that I found was a bit farfetched. Not the concept of coping after loss but just the instant love of the characters and the irrationality of some. Just really left a bad taste in my mouth about the genre, and I’ve really been enjoying reading them!
This is a book that I am currently reading and am about fifteen chapter into. The dialoge has already made me cringe so much!
I don’t have any books set in Australia because even though I am Australian I’ve found that I really don’t like reading books set here.
As much as I love the Twilight Saga and love the characters within the story, Bella as a main character is one that I definitely find annoying. She can be so whiney at times that I just want to skip to the part where she stops complaining. This seems to be particularly pertient to the first book.
Why are you complaining about moving to Forks?! You chose to do it!
I can’t really think of any, I try to research the stories a lot before I pick up a book. Don’t want to waste my monry buying something I’m not going to enjoy.
I’m not sure if he would be classified as a ‘friend’ to our main character Vasalisa, but the priest Constantine is probably one of the worst characters I’ve ever encountered in a story. He is so selfish and always blames others for his thoughts feelings and actions. He is also more than willing to sacrafice a devoted follower to save himself.
Probably one of the few characters I actually hate.
Jake. Jake. Jake. Jake. Jake.
To say he is controlling is an understatement. He would be the actual wprst partnet ever!
I would have to say the Neverseen in the Keeper of Lost Cities series. Honestly their plans are aways so good!
The Fang family from ‘The Poppy War’ are the actual worst people!
The Sky in the Deep generally disappointed me and the plot twist was one that I guessed from the beginning and I am awful at predicting these things.
Instalove is something that I just want to avoid, it just gets so frustrating. I don’t get it at all.
I don’t know what it is about these covers but I walked past this series so many times in the book store because I just couldn’t get around them!
The Geography of Lost things definitely disappointed me, especially the ending.
Its not that I didn’t enjoy reading The Queen of Nothing’ by Holly Black but I don’t understand that it was so hyped.