Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme from The Broke and The Bookish that allows users to share their top choices of the topic of the week!
It's always great to do a positive top ten tuesday, but sometimes you've just go to get those negative feelings out. Here are books I don't plan on reading:
1. City of Heavenly Fire by: Cassandra Clare
Partly because it's so long, and partly because I DNF'ed the series after Lost Soul's.
2. Les Miserables by: Victor Hugo
I put this on my TBR, but I'll probably never get to it because it's more than 1000 pages long and re-watching the musical is fine by me.
3. After Series by: Anna Todd
It's simple: I DNF'ed the first book after months of trying, and I don't have any intention of starting again.
4. Girl Online 2 by: Zoe Sugg
This second book in the series does not have a title yet, but I don't think I'll read it because I found Girl Online to be very cheesy and cliche.
5. Throne of Glass by: Sarah J. Maas
A lot of people have recommended this book to me, but I'm not really into YA fantasy all that much.
6. The Hobbit by: J. R. R. Tolkien
This book is just too overly descriptive for me, that it just becomes boring.
7. The Chronicles of Narnia by: C.S. Lewis
There's just something about this book that draws me away from it everytime I pick try to read it.
8. Unravel Me by: Tahereh Mafi
I'm not entirely against the series, but it's just not my priority and there was nothing really special about the series to me that I must keep reading.
9. The Death Cure by: James Dashner
It took me so long to get through the first two books, I think I'll just watch the movies instead.
10. The Kane Chronicles by: Rick Riordan
I loved his Greek Mythology books, but I think I'm done with mythology now. It gets repetitive.
What books will you probably never read?
Emily @ Paperback Princess