Books I can’t believe I read: Top Ten Tuesday

Top-ten Tuesdays: A bookish meme started by The Broke and The Bookish, continued by That Artsy Reader Girl. Find the full list here.

I am going to assume that this requires a list of books that I chose to read and I have no idea why.

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Being a clueless chicken is hard sometimes. Here are a few mistakes I made:

  • You Never Know by Akash Verma: Review here 🙂
  • Messed Up! But all for Love by Arvind Parashar: Review here 🙂
  • Grey by E.L.James: What was I expecting? *judging myself right now*
  • A Place Called Here by Cecilia Ahern: I trusted you *sobs*
  • Chetan Bhagat: Yes, I did this to myself. I liked 2 States by him though. Can I add Durjoy Dutta to the list too, please?
  • The New Dark by Lorraine Thomson: Besides, I don’t even like Sci-fi
  • The Fault in our Stars by John Green: Do I have your attention now?
  • Two on a Sled by A. J. Lloyd: Haven’t heard of it? You have a great life.
  • The Power by Naomi Alderman: DNF. So can’t really decide. Will try to read it soon.


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Do you have books that you regretted reading?love


8 thoughts on “Books I can’t believe I read: Top Ten Tuesday

  1. Oh no, this isn’t optimistic for me lol. I just purchased Grey. All the erotica aside, I really enjoyed the Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy. Call me crazy but I thought it was a really cute love story. Hopefully my purchase of Grey isn’t in vain. Great list!

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  2. I have read The Fault in Our Stars and I didn’t like it. I’m glad I read it because there’s just too much hype around it not to read it, but I regret reading Harry Potter. I didn’t like it and now I have this major disappointment…

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