Everyone has that one book that they love to bits but can never find another person who has also read it. I find it happens too often in my life – I will find a book that I think is absolutely amazing but no one else seems to have read it.
It’s a little sad when a good book goes unnoticed and a little unappreciated. Especially when it has a good premise, a good message, brilliant writing and so much more that makes it so special.
I thought I’d take a look through my bookshelf and find five books/book series that I’ve read but haven’t really heard anyone else talk about.
I’ve become notoriously bad at not finishing books series, even if I really love them, all for the simple reason of not wanting to let the series go… It’s a little childish, I know, but when you become attached to certain characters and their adventures you just don’t want to leave them behind.
Knowing a story is nearly at an end gives me mixed emotions. Oftentimes, I can sit back and feel satisfied that it’s over or really excited that the ending is just around the corner if the book hasn’t been realised yet. Other times, I’ll leave books sat on my shelf and never touch them just in case… The ending could be the best thing ever or really disappoint me (*cough*Hunger Games: Mockingjay*cough*).
This year, however, I’ve set myself my heftiest reading goal yet; and in order to complete the sixty book challenge, I’m going to need to finish off a couple of series I’ve been putting off for way too long.
It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything to this blog. This turned into every single diary I’ve ever tried to keep, any type of blog that required some kind of thought on my part. It was pure laziness that caught me in the end – all because I didn’t really know what I wanted to say.