Top 5 Wednesday

Top 5 Wednesday – Forgettable Books

Whether you loved or hated them at the time, these are books that you just don’t really remember…

Here’s the thing, I’m pretty good at remembering books, or at least aspects of books. HOWEVER. I can’t remember what I read 10 days ago. I’m that sort of a person.

So I had to look back at my Goodreads list for this.

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Oh my God I hated this but I can’t remember anything about the plot, mainly because I DNF’d it when I was about 15.

ABOVE SUSPICION (and most of the DI Anna Travis books)

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I really enjoyed this when I first started reading Lynda La Plante but then the main character became so infuriating and got engaged to someone within 2 seconds in the last book I read. Every plot was the same. I ended up hate-reading that one and I can only remember the fiance died. Pointless.

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See I really really enjoyed these books but for the life of me I can’t remember what happened in them. One was with a married man the other was a clown. That’s all.

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I still have this, and I really enjoyed it at the time but…. what happened? I remember KFC being featured and Cher for some reason.

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*prepares for hate but come on*

I haaaaaaaaated this book. I can’t remember what happens apart from Bath is featured. I can’t stand it. I had to put it down as a DNF it annoyed me to death.

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Honorary number 6 – I expected to love this, but I keep forgetting I’ve even read it. I remember the fairy wanting pizza but that’s about it. I don’t get the point of the book. It was a middling read.

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10 thoughts on “Top 5 Wednesday – Forgettable Books

    1. He does steampunk too? That’s sad if it’s average. Steampunk should never be average. I get Dresden is easy to love for some people but to me it was so generic. I only just remembered the ending.

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