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Top Ten Tuesday – Books that Didn’t Live Up to the Hype

Hi friends and welcome to Top Ten Tuesday! Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme originally created by The Broke and The Bookish, and is now hosted by Jana @ That Artsy Reader Girl.

Today’s topic is: Books I Meant to Read in 2018 but Didn’t Get To

Honestly, this hasn’t really changed since I did my Winter TBR TTT some weeks ago, so I’m gonna do something else:

Books that Didn’t Live Up to the Hype.

Let’s get started!

*Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn. This was such a disappointment. I had to DNF it because it was just so awful.

*Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher. This book made me so mad for a lot of reasons. (ha, get it? OK, I know it’s a lame joke) There’s always a time when you hate a book everyone loves, amirite?

*The Conspiracy of Us by Maggie Hall. I’ve heard a lot about this, and it just felt so unrealistic and flat.

*All Dressed in White by Mary Higgins Clark. Everybody says Ms. Clark is the Queen of Suspense, but this was not for me. RTC.

*The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins. I didn’t like the writing style so this ended up on my DNF list. But I want to try her other book, Into The Water.

*A is for Alibi by Sue Grafton. I didn’t really like Kinsey and she made a lot of stupid decisions throughout the book.


What books just didn’t live up to the hype, for you? Let’s Chat in the comments!

15 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday – Books that Didn’t Live Up to the Hype

  1. 13 reasons why was not good. The first time I read it I was around eleven and I thought it was the best book ever but then I reread it before the show came out and … I have no idea what I saw in it lol

    I really enjoyed Gone Girl and The Girl on the Train though (I was about to DNF both when I first read them because the first 100 pages of mystery books, I will admit, are a struggle and a pain to get through but then it was so worth it)

    This is a great post by the way!

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