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UNPOPULAR OPINION BOOK TAG!

Thank you for tagging me, 

Lisa & Becca @ Lost In Literature!

A POPULAR BOOK/SERIES THAT YOU DIDN’T LIKE


I could not get into this one -- I was bored to tears and DNF'd!

A BOOK/SERIES EVERYONE ELSE HATES, BUT YOU LOVE


I adore this series !!!!!!

A LOVE TRIANGLE WHERE THE MC ENDED UP WITH THE PERSON THAT YOU DIDN’T WANT TO END UP WITH -OR- AND OTP THAT YOU DIDN’T LIKE


I hate Miles and Tate together.  There I said it.

A POPULAR BOOK GENRE THAT YOU RARELY REACH FOR


Historical Fantasy

A POPULAR OR BELOVED CHARACTER THAT YOU DO NOT LIKE


I'm sorry but I will never trust Snape!

A POPULAR AUTHOR THAT YOU CAN’T SEEM TO GET INTO




Alice Clayton -- I hated both of these books and I know so many people that love them!!

A POPULAR BOOK TROPE THAT YOU’RE TIRED OF SEEING



Billionaires!

A POPULAR SERIES THAT YOU HAVE NO INTEREST IN READING


I just don't want to!

THE SAYING GOES, “THE BOOK IS ALWAYS BETTER THAN THE MOVIE,” BUT WHAT MOVIE/SHOW ADAPTATION DO YOU PREFER MORE THAN THE BOOK


WHO ARE YOU GOING TO TAG?

Thanks Lisa and Becca!  I tag Megan @ Reading Books Like A Boss

 Do you agree or strongly disagree?  Let’s chat!

Comments

  1. You know I wasn't super sold on Tate and Miles either! I did still really enjoy the book. Love Billionaires as the trope your sick of - such a good one! Throne of GLass is a series I also have no interest in reading but feel like I should. I probably won't pick it up though!! Love this tag - Great answers!!

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  2. Great picks!! I liked Shatter Me but did NOT like book 2 and I don't know when/if I'll read book 3. Ugh! I also don't really want to read the Throne of Glass series *ducks from the fangirls*

    I'll work on my post and let you know when it goes up!

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  3. Yayyy!! I can understand you not enjoying Shatter Me. It's definitely not for everyone. I'm not a fan of billionaire stories either. Great answers!! :)

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