Thursday Three- Reading questions for you

I’ve for a bunch of stuff going on during the day and am working on reading my Mister Max book which although I’m not loving as much of some of her previous books, I do want to finish to see what’s up with his parents.

It makes me wonder:

1. Do you finish books you’re just not into reading? I finally have up on Run Like a Girl. Don’t buy it if you want to read it, I’ll send you mine.

2. What’s the last book you thought you’d love that you didn’t even like? Mister Max might be one of them

3. What was the last book to surprise you in how much you ended up liking it? For me it was Seduction. By M.J. Rose

That’s it for now. I’m going to read some more and find a snack. We’re out of froyo and I’m hungry.

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I spend a lot of time on the pool deck and making treats in my kitchen amongst other things.
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4 Responses to Thursday Three- Reading questions for you

  1. I eventually finish books I am not interested in…. They collect dust, and then I push through it.
    I’ll trade you my Paranormal Private Eye book (riddled with OBVIOUS typos) for your Run like a girl.

    😉

  2. “Do you finish books you’re just not into reading?”

    If they don’t totally suck me in immediately, I give it ONE FULL chapter before giving up on it.

  3. cwupcake says:

    1. Usually I’ll ditch a book if I get a few chapters in and still am not into it.
    2. Sadie Walker is Stranded was a book I thought I’d love because the previous book in the series (Allison Hewitt is Trapped) was awesome. Not to mention it was allegedly a zombie novel so what’s not to like? Book fail.
    3. I picked up the Hunger Games to see what the hype was, even though I’m not usually into books that make the best-seller lists. I ended up falling in love and reading the next 2 all back-to-back.

    • Court says:

      I’ve never heard of Allison Hewitt is Trapped. I’ll check it out.

      I liked the Hunger Games (I too checked out the first one to see what they hype was about and had to get the next two), but I did not think they were as amazing as people thought. I found them to be good, but not the be all and end all that some were saying.

      I do think the third one could have been done better.

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