Top Ten Tuesday [9]: The Love is Gone.

 

photo-7 Hi there!

Today’s Top Ten Tuesday are books that well, I’ve fallen out of love with. You know what I mean? Books that once upon a time I couldn’t get enough of until one day, the feeling’s gone. I’m not writing them off completely just yet. But for now, it’s looking like it ain’t happening anytime soon.


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Mercy Thompson series by Patricia Briggs.
  There is no particular reason why this series and I didn’t really click. I think it’s more a case of the genre is just not something I’m a regular reader of.

 


 

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The Throne of Glass series by Sarah J. Maas I don’t know what to say. I’ve been trying to read Throne of Glass since I got approved on it at Net Galley, but I just couldn’t get into it. You all know fantasy and I don’t really mix well so I guess it shouldn’t come as a surprise that I didn’t return its phone call. Le sigh.


 

IMG_7121 The Lux series by Jennifer L. Armentrout. Can you try and hold off the tomato-throwing until I get done with the rest of my list? I’m sorry, okay? Daemon is…I don’t know how to explain it. It was one of those relationships where I woke up one morning, saw who was next to me in bed and realize, damn. I deserve better! We had a toxic relationship, Daemon and I. So then I dropped him like a hot space debris.

 


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The Original Sinners series by Tiffany Reisz.  Hot sex couldn’t save this relationship. Well, that and I’m not into degrading sex. Sorry.


 

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Steampunk. You are cold and hard to read. I don’t even know what I saw in you.


 

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The Lorien Legacies by Pittacus Lore. This one for sure I can say that the love is fully gone. This book’s multiple personalities didn’t bode well with me.


 

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What can I say? I realized my mistake as soon as I bought these books. I just knew we weren’t going to be serious.


 

 

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The Collector by Victoria Scott. Well, I should’ve learned my lesson with Daemon.


 

 

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The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown. You used to be so good. Tried and tested and true. But you just got…old.