🎃Books I Regret Reading

I saw Booktosaurus post a schedule for her Blogtober and this prompt was on it. I had to give it a try. So thank you to Ellie for the great idea! Go give her a follow 🙂

The reason I wanted to do this was not to be negative, but to start a discussion. Not all books on this list are books that I rated low (I mean, plenty are, but wtv). Some of these books I regret reading because it was either completely pointless or I honestly didn’t need the mental image they left me with.

Have you ever experienced anything like this before? Let me know in the comments.

Here’s my list:

 


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Until next time,

Bree

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16 thoughts on “🎃Books I Regret Reading

  1. I couldn’t agree more twitch you with Twilight. I’ve wasted so much time on it.

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  2. Omg, Twilight and HP and the cursed child… two of the worst books I ever read. But I like the idea of this post, I have a lot of books I regret reading!

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    1. I’m sure a lot of people do! It’s bound to happen lol

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  3. This is such a good prompt I may have to steal it too… 👀👀

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  4. Handbook for Mortals😂 I’m still glad I didn’t do HP and the Cursed Child. I also gave up on Twilight after book 1.

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    1. Omg. Handbook For Mortals was so much garbage 🤣

      Twilight the original series was fine.. i mean.. when I was 16 and thought it was the most romantic thing ever xD this gender bend version though was garbage

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  5. I’m sure if I thought hard enough I would find some books to put on this list but none are coming to mind atm. I am curious about when/why you read Handbook For Mortals. Did you pick it up before or after the controversy? Did you know what it was going into it?

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    1. I may have kind of hate read it 🤣🤣

      https://perpetualfangirl.ca/2017/09/30/book-review-handbook-for-mortals-by-lani-sarem/

      I read it when the controversy started. I knew what she did, and I was curious to see if it was as bad as people were saying. It was worse.

      I read and reviewed it based off the novel itself and not the disgusting actions of the author lol

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      1. Cool. Thanks for the link to the review. I’m really curious. It was a despicable thing she did but it’s fascinating.

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      2. I’m always surprised by stuff like this. Like… if you look at the goodreads page for it, it’s nearly nothing but 1 star ratings. But not from people just one starring it, actually reviews from people reading the novel.
        How could something be this bad? 🤣

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      3. I haven’t read it yet. Don’t plan on it. I appreciate you taking one for the team though ♥ Loved the review!

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  6. I regret having HAD to read some books more than I regret reading others of my own volition. Because when I chose them, it was for a reason and at least I satisfied my curiosity, even though some where ‘hate reads’ or turned out to be very disappointing.

    But having to read Moby Dick? Ugh. UUGGHHH.

    -Reese

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    1. Yeah, i didnt include the books i had to read for school. Just the ones that were kind of pointless or left a bad taste in my mouth for the series.

      School required reading was kind of awful.

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