The Broke and Bookish
1. Insurgent by Veronica Roth – I have a friend that LOVES this trilogy. She keeps telling me to move forward in it and I really loved Divergent. But I have been spoiled so much about the last book that I can't possible continue with them, knowing what happens.
2. City of Heavenly Fire by Cassandra Clare – I got this book the day it came out. I was SO excited for it. And I get asked if I read it yet and when I say only the first hundred pages I get hounded to read the rest. I just can't! It isn't that the book is bad or I can't get into it. I just don't want anything bad to happen to the characters I have grown so attached to. Like what if Jace dies?! I couldn't even!
3. Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare – I have had several people that read the MI series with me tell me this is a must read. To be honest, I will probably never pick up this series. I love Cassandra Clare, but I don't see myself liking these books.
4. Fangirl (or any book by) Rainbow Rowell – I know I know, it is terrible that I haven't read ANYTHING by this author. I have been dying to read Fangirl since it came out, but I just haven't. I have no excuse!
5. Beautiful Disaster by Jamie McGuire – My manager at work has been badgering me to read this book for over a year now. I am not even for sure why I haven't yet. It has been on my TBR shelf for awhile and I would really like to get into it... eventually.
6. Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas – Everyone loves this series and I want to love it, too. I really want to read it. But every time I pick it up I end up putting it down, never in the mood for it. Eventually!
7. The Maze Runner – by James Dashner – Okay, so this is becoming a movie and everyone has jumped on this train. I have the book and I was fully prepared to jump on that train as well, but I hesatated and I think I am going to miss is. I can't get past the author. I don't like James Dashner as a person. I have seen him comment crudley on another blog just because she said she didn't like a book, it wasn't even anything putting the book down. And then I saw it again on another and that has put me off from reading anything by him. I probably won't even see the movie, though I do love Dylan O'Brien.
8. The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater – Everyone raves about this book. I just haven't had the urge to pick it up. Not even when recommended to.
9. The Selection by Kiera Cass – So this book I pass by on purpose. Everyone says it is great, but I just don't see how great it could be... My personal opinion.
10. The Host by Stephaine Meyers – People say that this book is so much better than Twilight. Now I loved the Twilight Books and I have tried to read this book, but it just won't happen. Not to mention that this thing is massive! I will probably never read this one.