Ever had the feeling that someone was watching you? It just might the spirit of a book you haven’t put to rest. Today feature five books you began but never finished.
The Probability of Miracles by Wendy Wunder
I hated the main character of this book within the first few pages. Her bucket list was full of not-so-nice things and her sarcasm drove me insane. After about 50 more pages of torture I decided it wasn’t worth it.
The Last Princess by Galaxy Craze
This was another one I gave up on fairly quickly. The writing just wasn’t doing it for me, it felt hollow and lifeless.
The Lost Code by Kevin Emerson
I felt like the writing of this was geared way more towards guy readers than girls. The way the main character described things that happened to him were like, “the commander in my head was screaming at the other technicians inside my body to repair the ripped tissue” it was weird to say the least.
Insanity by Lauren Hammond
I got sucked into this book because of the beautiful cover but let me tell you the inside is anything but beautiful. This “YA” was so sexually explicit it was ridiculous! I’ve never felt so filthy while reading something in all my life. Once I stopped reading I wanted to burn my Kindle because it felt defiled.
You by Charles Benoit
The title says it all, this book was written in Second Person, where “You” become a part of the story.
This point of view is very uncommon in YA and I hadn’t come across it before but it took only a short time for me to see why.
Have you read any of these books? Did you feel the same or differently?
Let me know in the comments!