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Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Top Ten Tuesday: Five Books I Can’t Believe I Read

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Welcome back to:
A weekly feature created By The Broke And The Bookish
Currently featured on That Artsy Reader Girl

This Week's Topic:
Five Books I Can’t Believe I Read

1. The Wrong Girl By C. J. Archer
I don't know what went through my mind when I requested this on NetGalley. In the middle of the novel, I figured out this was a historical young adult book. I don't usually read historical novels. It turned out to be very interesting, but still a weird read.
| My Review |

2. Rumor Has It By Elisabeth Grace
I went through a phase that lasted around a month or so of reading rockstar romances. This book was towards the end of that phase. Looking back now, you can probably tell by my review that I was in some sort of mood with this story. It was a good book, but it's not something I'll actively pick up anymore.

3. Siofra's Song By Theresa Marguerite Hewitt
This book was a very big part of me getting the backbone to turn down review opportunities. I accepted this book as a review copy of my own free will and even though it was an average book I couldn't for the life of me get past the heroine's name: Siofra. That was probably one of the last books I accepted a review copy that I didn't actively seek out on my own.

4. The Fault Of Our Stars By John Green
This book took a lot of strength for me to finish. I've learned over the years that I'm not a fan of books that make me ugly cry and this was the ultimate ugly cry book. I'm glad I put myself through it because it made the movie that much more beautiful. This book is probably why I'm still hesitant to read any more of John Green's books.

5. My Blood Approves By Amanda Hocking
When I was 14 this book was everything. I've recently reread it because the last book of the series came out (after years of it being on hold). I can't believe I liked this when I was younger. After reading 500+ books throughout the years I can't call this particular book "good" anymore.

What's a book you can't believe you read?
Let me know in the comments below!


  1. I don't choose ugly cry books, but I don't let that be a reason for not reading something. TiFoS, I cried for the last 30% of the book. I didn't got see the movie with the other WLABBers, because I knew I would have to watch it privately. You know, I had to stop it several times, because my crying was so out of control. It took me several days to finish the film.

    1. I only read ugly cry books when I don't know what I'm walking into when I start them. I need to be in public most of the time so spontaneously crying wouldn't help matters! The TiFoS movie was less of an ugly cry than the book. I probably ugly cried so much when I watched the movie because I was reliving the book all over again. The book was amazing, but I don't ever want to go through that again :)


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