Today's topic are five books that we DNF. If you don't know, DNF stands for "did not finish". All of these books might be on here for a different reason. Just because I didn't finish them doesn't mean they aren't good reads!
I am actually planning on read all five of these books. I only read a couple pages of each, but put it down for another book. Hopefully I'll get to these books this year!
5.) The Body Electric by Beth Revis
This is a scifi novel by Beth Revis, who also wrote the Across the Universe trilogy. I adore this trilogy, and was about 30 pages in when I put it down about a year ago. I actually really liked it, and I have no idea why I put it down! Just talking about this book makes me want to read it!
4.) Cruel Beauty by Rosamund Hodge
Cruel Beauty is a very popular Beauty and the Beast retelling. I bought this a while back from BookOutlet, and read the first couple pages. I wasn't in the mood for it, and didn't want to force myself to read it. If I did that, I would've just compromised my reading experience. I've heard that this is pretty dark and gritty, so I'll have to be in the right mindset to read it.
3.) Searching for Someday by Jennifer Probst
So I made a pretty big mistake with this new adult read! I read the first twenty or so pages, and then just flipped through it to see what the pacing would be like. Unfortunately, I complete spoiled myself. I'm waiting until I don't clearly remember what I spoiled myself for.
2.) Spirit Bound by Richelle Mead
Here's the thing: I really liked the first three books of the Vampire Academy series. The fourth book? Not so much. As the fifth book in the VA series, I had pretty high expectations before I read the fourth one. I read about forty pages and wasn't feeling it. I'd rather have a good experience than not, so I'll just read this when the time is right.
1.) The Rose Society by Marie Lu
Still sitting as currently reading on my goodreads account, the Rose Society is the highly anticipated sequel it the Young Elites. I really liked what I read, but school got in the way. I'll probably be reading this one in the next couple weeks, so this will be a dnf for a (hopefully) short time.
So those were my five picks for the week! Do we share any in common? Have you read any of these? If you did a T5W this week, make sure to link it down below!
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Genni @ Ready, Set, Read!