Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. Each week they decide upon a bookish subject that we then have to choose our top ten. This weeks topic is: Top Ten Books I Thought I'd Like MORE/LESS Than I Did.
Hmm this is a rather hard topic to choose from. I've managed to come up with ten though she here we go. I have had many books I liked better that I thought and some I didn't like as much, but when trying to remember them all it's so hard. Anyway here they are:
Five books that disappointed me:
I loved Wither so much but Fever was such a let down. It was so disappointing and pretty rubbish compared to book one.
I was expecting such an original Sci-Fi novel but instead there was a bland story and boring characters. The only thing that saved it for me was the setting.
This has such a cool cover and intriguing synopsis but the story itself was rubbish and angered me so much.
I wanted YA werewolves and this showed up, but it was terrible in my opinion.
I enjoyed the TMI novels but this one was a complete slap in the face, it was so terrible compared to them. It has to be Clare's worst book.
Five books that surprised me and I loved:
I honestly wasn't expecting this to be such a brilliant horror novel. I mean it's aimed at Children but it still scared me so much. It was a promising debut that I loved.
I knew this was meant to be a good fantasy novel but it blew my mind. It is now one of my favorite books ever!
This was an incredible dystopian novel, I wasn't expecting much though as it didn't have much publicity but it was great.
This is the best sci-fi/dystopian novel I have read. It was so unique and perfectly written.
This has been recommended to me a lot but I wasn't expecting the overwhelming greatness and uniqueness of this novel. It completely blew my away. I just want to keep re-reading it.
There you go, my Top Ten Books I Thought I'd Like MORE/LESS Than I Did. I would love to see your picks, if you leave a link in the comments I will pop over to see your post. Thank you for stopping by!