Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish
Oh my gosh it's been probably two months since I did one of these posts. Have you ever gone back to reread a favorite book and found that it wasn't exactly as you remembered? Today's Top Ten theme is books I feel differently about after time has passed.
Allegiant - I enjoyed this for the most part when I first read it. Except for the ending. But the more I think back on it, the more angry I am. And the more I hate the story that was told in this book. I wish this had stopped at book 1.
Trial by Fire - To be fair, I wasn't fond of this one to begin with. But I was glad that I finished it. Now I get angry when I remember how much I hated the main character. And I wish I had just DNF'd.
Bone Gap - I loved this when I first read it. But as time goes on, I wonder why. It's weird and confusing, and I'm still not sure what actually happened. Is that magical realism? Or just bad fantasy?
End of Days - I loved this so much when I first read it. But thinking back, I feel that the relationship between Raffe and Penryn could have been more of a slow-burn. This ending feels rushed now that I think back.
Stolen Songbird - I still enjoyed this book a lot. But the sequels have made me question this. I can't think of this one with enjoyment anymore.
A Court of Thorns and Roses - I want to reread this one to be sure I will feel this way, but after A Court of Mist and Fury, I'm even more disappointed with the first volume.
City of Bones - I liked this. A lot. But now I just feel meh. I don't see why I should finish the series.
Throne of Glass - I wasn't sold on this one when I first read it. SJM is amazing at second books, and that pulled me in completely to the series.
The Darkest Part of the Forest - I'm sure I will always like this one, because faeries. But it's not as dark as one would expect.
Truthwitch - I DNF'd this. I'm sorry, I did. Lately, I've been really wanting to give it another go. I probably will at some point.
What are some books you've changed your opinion on?