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Today's topic is: a book you hated.
This is tough! I honestly try to see the best in every book I read. I feel like every book has something wonderful in it, even if you have to look really hard. These two books are books that, while I did like one thing, were just really cringe-worthy and I was just infuriated with the characters. They are:
The Healer Series #3
"The final installment of the Healer Series comes to a spell-binding close as Willow journeys to find the Gemstone Dagger and save her sisters. Battles have broken out everywhere and threats have been made to unleash the army of the Deadlands to conquer all magical races on Earth. It’s a race to the finish as Willow comes face to face with the evil that has threatened her happily ever after with Declan. Confronting a bitter enemy, a Vampire Lord, and winding up through a deadly labyrinth in a sky castle forces Willow to make a deadly choice. When it comes to choosing between the one she loves or saving her sisters, which will she choose? Can she truly save the world and bring balance back to nature? Sacrifices will be made, friends will be lost, and a mind-blowing secret will be revealed that changes Willow’s life forever."
This book was just all over the board. The characters lost all sense of themselves and things weren't really age appropriate for the characters. This series had such potential at the beginning but then, as it progressed to this final book in the trilogy, it all fell apart. The ending also seemed like it was really thrown together and the author forgot about so many plot lines I just couldn't take it.
The Selection #2
"The Selection began with thirty-five girls.
Now with the group narrowed down to the six Elite, the competition to win Prince Maxon's heart is fiercer than ever—and America is still struggling to decide where her heart truly lies. Is it with Maxon, who could make her life a fairy tale? Or with her first love, Aspen?
America is desperate for more time. But the rest of the Elite know exactly what they want—and America's chance to choose is about to slip away."
I really liked the first book of this series, I did. But America just infuriated me in the sequel. She had no sense of herself anymore and was just whining ALL. THE. TIME. Quite honestly, I think the root of the problem for me is that I don't think this story should have been stretched out to three books. Two would have been sufficient unless the author added more plot material.
What books do you hate?