We all have those book series that we’re sure that we’re going to love,someone just hyped them out for us or maybe we just fell out of love with certain book series and just don’t feel like continuing the series.
Let’s look back to few sequels that I decided that they weren’t worth my time. I might read some of these one day even though I’m not interested in reading them at the moment since I can’t make up my mind at times and because I do own some of these.
I liked the first three books but I’m just not planning on reading a whole book about Nesta. She made me want to pull my hair enough in the novella. Not even my love for Feysand is enough to make me do that to myself.
I actually liked the first book a lot but surprise, surprise it took forever for the second book to be translated, so I didn’t read it until January 2018. I didn’t like it as much but because one of my mutuals absolutely love this series I still decided to read the third book. I could’ve tried finishing the whole series since I had only few books left but instead I decided to read some books I’m actually interested on reading.
I started the first book forever ago when it got translated to Finnish. I wasn’t a fan of love triangle on the series or how America and Maxon dealth with their problems. I don’t like to leave series unfinished, especially the short ones so I finished the trilogy and I was happy enough with the ending.
I also heard a lot of bad things about what kind of character their daughter is, so no thanks.
I just didn’t care much about characters in this series besides Michael and Griffin. They were actually my second gay ship ever. After that book I just didn’t care for what happened in The Prince and I’m just not going to continue this series.
I decided to read this after fellow book blogger recommended it. I wanted to read some contemporary romance and I love Jennifer L. Armetrout’s other work, like her Lux world and The Dark Elements.
Wicked Lovely was maybe the first book about fae I ever bought. I’m not even sure if I read it before 2017 but I didn’t just like it so much. It sounded very interesting that Aislinn knew about faeries and had rules against even looking at them. I only ended up giving it two stars.
I actually almost continued this one, even though I didn’t really like it. People who love this series told me that it was going to get better but I feel like almost all fans say that about their favorite series.
In the end I decided that while I like books about fae this one wasn’t for me. It’s not just because it didn’t have as much romance as I hoped it to have. I mean I love The Cruel Prince and I wasn’t fan of romance in that one.
I don’t remember much what happened in Tangled but I have given less than twenty books one star, but this book was one of them. Many people have reviewed this book highly, so while it wasn’t mu cup of tea I think a lot of other people would enjoy it.
What sequels you’re not interested on reading?