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Today I’m going to be sharing with you my top picks for the most disappointing books that I read in 2014!
1. The School For Good and Evil by Soman Chainani
I know, I know, I still gave this book 4/5 stars. I guess I was being generous. I first heard about this book, and I really thought/expected that this would be one of my favourite books of 2014. It was, but I thought that it would have a lot more detail. I also HATED the ending! It was horrible. I still gave it 4/5 stars as I loved the charcters and the setting, plus the plot was very interesting/intriguing.
2. These Broken Stars by Amie Kaufman and Meghan Spooner
This book has the same case as the previous one. This book is also one of my favourite books of the year, but it didn’t meet all of my expectations. I love a nice sci-fi, and this really was one! Although, I thought that there could have been a little bit more action involved.
3. City of Bones by Cassandra Clare
This book is very hyped about on bookish sites and booktube. I for one have heard that a lot of people disliked this book very much out of all of the series. They say “Read the others! It gets so much better!” But for me, i would enjoy the series more if the first book is better, that way it will push me to read the next ones!
What were your most disappointing books that you read in 2014? Tell me in the comments!
Good Night Book Lions!
3 thoughts on “Most Disappointing Books of 2014”
It’s interesting to see your most disappointing books being ones you did actually like. I also read City of Bones this year, but didn’t expect to love it so I wasn’t’ disappointed when it didn’t work for me. My most disappointing reads were Seriously… I’m Kidding by Ellen DeGeneres (I love her, but this book was not funny) and John Green’s books (so much hype, but I didn’t like them).
Wow, I love your insight about John Green’s books! Most people love those books, and I always like hearing about people who have a different opinion. It’s good to see some people who have a change at heart and aren’t biased because “other people” liked the book.
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