Top 5 Wednesday | Books I Removed from My TBR

The struggle of every book lover is our towering TBR piles. Sometimes, though, one must go through and delete the books that have been on there a while. That’s what I’m talking about today in this week’s Top 5 Wednesday.

If you don’t already know, Top 5 Wednesday is a weekly meme created by Lainey and hosted by Sam. Here is the Goodreads group for anyone interested in joining.


254943431. Lady Midnight (The Dark Artifices #1) by Cassandra Clare

I’m very over Cassie Clare and her books. If she wants to write a series that doesn’t involve the Shadowhunter world that would be great. I feel like she created this world and is too afraid to branch out of it.

 

237192702. Vengence Road (Vengence Road #1) by Erin Bowman

I started reading this and wasn’t feeling it so I DNF’d it. I swore I was going to pick it back up again at some point, but I feel like I’m just lying to myself.

 

185997543. Say What You Will by Cammie McGovern

I added this to my TBR back when my YA world on revolved around John Green and Rainbow Rowell. I definitely feel like at this point I am way past these types of books.

 

87095274. Bloodlines (Bloodlines #1) by Richelle Mead

I’m probably never going to finish The Vampire Academy books. I hated the fourth book, and I don’t care enough to read the last two. Which means I’m not going to read these either.

 

248176265. Go Set a Watchman (To Kill a Mockingbird #2) by Harper Lee

I just… yeah. I’m just pretending this book never came out.

 

 


That’s it for this week, hope you guys enjoyed this post!

Happy Reading, Emily x

 

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9 thoughts on “Top 5 Wednesday | Books I Removed from My TBR

  1. Parneet @ Her Bookish Musings says:

    I agree with you on Cassandra Clare needing to branch out to another book setting. However, I ended up enjoying Lady Midnight more than The Mortal Instruments. I just feel that her latest series is executed better, although the lack of any new addition to the world-building does get a little boring 🙂

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