Top 5 forgettable books

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Today’s topic is forgettable books… which lends the question, how am I supposed to talk about them if I don’t remember what they’re about?

But whatevs. Obviously, this is going to be mostly a visual post. All of these books I have read, but they made the list because I looked at them and hadn’t the foggiest what they were about. 😛 I’ll put my rating by them as well, but goodness knows why I rated them as I did.


The Warrior Heir by Cinda Williams Chima

The Warrior Heir (The Heir Chronicles, #1)All I can remember is someone having a cool aunt… and maybe a scene in a subway?

Rating: DNF

 

Eragon by Chistopher Paolini

Eragon (The Inheritance Cycle, #1)I remember the main character starting on a farm like in Star Wars, and then there being a talking dragon like in Temeraire…

Rating: DNF

 

Through the Woods by Emily Carroll

Through the WoodsEhm… I remember woods.. and a lot of red and black art. That’s literally it.

Rating: 3.5/5

 

 

Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead

Vampire Academy (Vampire Academy #1)I remember liking this one actually, and I think I might have written a review for it? I just remember two female main characters and me not really liking one of them.

Rating: 4/5

 

My True Love Gave to Me by a slew of authors

My True Love Gave to Me: Twelve Holiday StoriesI can’t tell you what a single story in this book is about. That’s how much of an impact it had on me… I bought it, read it, and promptly got rid of it. I haven’t purchased any of the other ‘short story compilations’ along these theme since.

Rating: 3/5

 

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And that’s it! Hopefully next week, my tfw will have a bit more substance – writing about books I don’t remember is difficult, hawhaw.

Happy reading!

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