Fae Friday – Books that didn’t live up to the Hype!

A huge shoutout to Leah at Leah’s Books for her post on this topic and for inspiring me to participate!

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The prompt for today is this: What book didn’t live up to the hype?

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This is a rather interesting topic or question to raise.

I am going to pull out some books from those that I read last year.

Red Queen (Red Queen, #1)

This is a much talked about book and series as far as I know. Due to this, I decided to join everyone in reading this book/series. Though the concept of the book was intriguing, I did not quite get into the book as much as I expected. I found some of the plot lines to be predictable (similar to many fantasy fiction stories out there). The readers are introduced to many characters, a lot of whom are predictable if you have read any other dystopian fantasy fiction series. There is a prince, his family, someone out to get them, the rebels and so on.

However, this doesn’t mean that I completely disliked the book. I have however stopped with Book 1 for the moment.

 

 

Never Say No

 

The book’s blurb promised something funny and upbeat, however, I found the book to be different than that. Though quite realistic, the book failed to pull me in and it took me quite some time to actually finish reading it.

 

 

 

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Do share your thoughts or post links with me! I would love to know your points of view!

One thought on “Fae Friday – Books that didn’t live up to the Hype!

  1. Hello there
    Its Gunjan Rathor this side.
    Author of ‘The First Steps’ book and co-author of two more books. Presently in 12th standard PCB student. From Raipur, CG India
    Right now we are preparing for an anthology and came to Know that you are a good writer. It will be great to see you joining us 
    If you want I can send you more details 

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