It’s time for another TOP 5 WEDNESDAY. This weekly meme is created by Lainey of Ginger Reads Lainey and you can check out the weekly topics on the Top 5 Wednesday – Goodreads Page. For this week’s topic, it’s all about Books You Were Spoiled For. Yep. This totally kill my reading moments. Without further ado, let’s get this started.
- The Infernal Devices trilogy by Cassandra Clare – I am spoiled for this trilogy because of two reasons: I’ve read The Mortal Instruments without knowing I should read this after City of Glass and someone posted a picture of City of Heavenly Fire on part where it contains a MAJOR SPOILER about one of the characters of TID.
- City of Heavenly Fire by Cassandra Clare – YES. I mentioned it above. ^ no further explanation for this.
- The Grisha Trilogy by Leigh Bardugo – The love interest. I know who the main character ended up with. Ugh. That’s the reason why I’m not reading it…yet.
- Life and Death: Twilight Reimagined by Stephenie Meyer – It’s all over the internet and it’s just the same as Twilight only it’s gender swap. I might read it someday if I’m in the mood for it.
- Forever Too Far by Abbi Glines – This is the last book in the Too Far trilogy or 3rd book in the Rosemary Beach series. I was spoiled for this because of Until the End (Sea Breeze series #9). I’ve read it anyways.
Have you read any of these books/series? What are the books you were spoiled for? Are you still planning to read it (the books you haven’t read but spoiled) even if you’re spoiled? Share your thoughts on the comments. 🙂
I was just lurking on YouTube when I stumbled on Momo of The Booktube Girl‘s video about this tag, which I really enjoyed. This tag is originally created by Kaysia of Bookskay (click the links to check out their videos). I wasn’t tag by anyone to do this but it’s fun.
Re-Read Author: Which author do you go to when you feel like re-reading a book?
- Wendelin Van Draanen. She is the author of Flipped, which is one of my favorite YA Contemporary novels of all time. I reread this book when I have a reading slump and it brightens my day. (I actually have two answers for this but I’m saving my answer for the other question)
Midnight Releases: Which author do you make sure you get every new releases from immediately?
- Kasie West. Her contemporary romance novels are my auto-buy books. I always look forward on her upcoming novels, like P.S. I Like You (to be released on July 2016). I absolutely love her writing style and her books never fails to give me butterflies on my tummy.
From the Beginning: Which author have you been there since their first release and are planning to stick around for many releases to come?
- Colleen Hoover. I’ve read her debut novel Slammed (published January 2012) around October 2012. She’s still an Indie Author during that time and I fell in love with her books since. I always get excited on her new books and surely don’t want to miss it.
Second Chances: Which author did you not like the first book you read from them but are prepared to give another book by them a chance?
- Aly Martinez. I’ve read Changing Course and I like it but I wasn’t that invested with the story. I would love to give her other books a chance if ever.
Don’t Stop: Which author who has stopped writing do you want to come out with more books?
- Erin Morgenstern. I’ve read The Night Circus last year which I really LOVE and one of my favorite books of 2015. I hope she’ll write more books with magic in it.
Why’d Wait: Which author do you wish you began reading from sooner?
- K.A. Tucker. A New Adult author I wish I’ve read her books earlier than ever. The first book I’ve read from her was Burying Water and I really like it. It was a heavy, emotional read. It gave me the FEELS. I will surely dive into Ten Tiny Breaths series, hopefully this year.
Little Bibliophile: Which author was your favorite as a young reader?
- J.K. Rowling. The author of the Harry Potter series and she’s also my reread author 🙂
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