This top 10 weekly meme is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish and can be found HERE. Each week they focus on lists which cover various topics related to books and reading. This week I am featuring books I feel differently about now that time has passed.
The Library at Mount Char - When I read this, I was constantly going back and forth "Do I love this, do I hate this, do I even LIKE it at all?" Yet this book has stuck with me and I feel I almost could change it to 5/5 instead of the 4/5 I originally gave it.
This Dark Endeavor - I really really really wanted to LOVE this book when I read it and it kind of hit short for me. However, the more I think about it, I don't know that I have it a fair chance and a reread and then a continuation of the duology may be needed.
The 5th Wave - I know I am in the minority but I really didn't like this book and the more time passes, the stronger my dislike grows. (Although strangely enough I enjoyed the movie - it's the rare instance where I found the movie better than the book).
The Undead Series - I loved this series when it first came out in 2004 and thought it was awesome. While I still enjoy them as light reads, now that I have read TONS more, they just aren't what I thought they were.
Me and Earl and the Dying Girl - This probably wouldn't have made this list last week, but here's what happened. I adored this book when I read it in 2014. I have recommended it so many times and featured it on so many lists. Then this weekend, I finally watched the movie. AND it annoyed me. Now I don't know if the love I felt for the book was real or not. And to top it off, my husband saw pieces of it and commented that it didn't look like a half bad movie. Given this is sooooo not his genre, now I am more confused.
So what made you list this week? I am so utterly baffled by my thoughts on Me, Earl and the Dying Girl that I am quitting at 5.