Top Ten Books
I Almost Put Down But Didn't
1. Jonathan Livingston Seagull by Richard Bach
· I almost put this book down, because it not an ordinary book. It’s downright odd, but I’m glad I stuck with it. This book is inspiring; it would be a great read for those having a quarter life crises.
· I debating whether or not put down this book, but keep thinking, “Oh, it’s about to get interesting”, but it never did. Sometimes it’s okay to put down a book.
3. Side Effects by Amy Goldman Koss
· I almost put this one down because the main character was boring and unrelatable. She said boring and unrelatable, but it was an okay book.
4. The Girl of Fire and Thorns by Rae Carson
· I almost put down this book because I had read a lot of fantasies in a row and was getting tired of them, but I finish it and LOVE it.
5. Orleans by Sherri L. Smith
· I almost put this book done because it was written in colloquial dialog and at first was hard to read. Once I got the fourth chapter, I didn’t even notice.
· This book was absolutely depressing, lack hope of any type. It’s also a really, REALLY powerful book. I returned this book to the library twice because it was too intense and depressing. I keep on thinking about it and finally had to finish it. Intense. That’s all I can say.
I only have 6 this week. Usually, when I decide to put down a book, it says down.