Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by the awesome people over at The Broke and the Bookish.
Today’s theme is about the books I almost put down but didn’t. Oh man, this is going to be a bit hard. I don’t normally put down books. I just power through them hoping the plot gets better.
Anyhow, let’s see what I can find.
– Not putting down this book has been one of the best decisions in my life. A lot of people say that the world building is too vast or the writing is too deep, but that’s one of the reasons why this series in general is so awesome! You just need patience, brah.
– I wasn’t feeling the storyline that’s why I set this book down multiple times. But in the end, I managed to finish it and I really liked it.
– This was one of the books for our required reading (ugh) in English class. Thank God I had enough patience to finish this and I got a near perfect score in our oral defence. *fist pumps*
– The writing style was very hard to decipher so for the most part, I had trouble understanding what the book was trying to convey. But I read it and the ending was just beautiful. *wipes tear*
– Another book that I’m glad I didn’t put down. I loved all the themes surrounding this novel.
– Much like Daughter of Smoke & Bone too.
– Ugh. This book was both a struggle and a miracle. The struggle being all the science-y talk about genetics and whatnot and the miracle — me finishing this book. Huzzah.
– Annoying main character. Cheesy romance. Not my cup of tea but I’m glad I finished it. I’m now even more interested to read the sequels.
– Wasn’t a fan of R’s voice (although I like movie R better) here. It was boring for the most part.
– This book dragged on and on and on and on. The ending was fantastic though.
– I honestly don’t like Charlie’s narration/voice.
What books did you almost put down but didn’t?