This week’s T10T Topic is Books You’re No Longer Interested in Reading, which I feel is like a version of Down the TBR hole, where i’m just getting rid of all the books. So this was fun. Here are 10 books that (were on my TBR) and I’m no longer interested in reading!
When We Collided by Emery Lord
This sounds fine, but I’m looking for more than fine. I feel like I would either be neutral or negative to this book, and I have no real desire to read it anymore.
Firstlife by Gena Showalter
I liked the concept of the the Everlife, but the actual synopsis doesn’t really grab me. Ten sounds a little chosen one-y (but hopefully not MPDG-y). Also her parents sound atrocious, so no…
The You I’ve Never Known by Ellen Hopkins
Rereading the synopsis was a whole lot of no from me, and everyone says the synopsis is spoiler-y and gives to much away. And I just really don’t care about it anymore.
Because You Love to Hate Me edited by Ameriie
I love anthologies as much as the next person, but I feel like this one is sure to disappoint me. While the idea of a youtuber/author collaboration sounds great – but from what I’ve heard I won’t be the biggest fan.
Finding Mr. Brightside by Jay Clark
This just sounds really dramatic, and not in a fun way. I’d probably like the friends to lovers thing happening, but I know i won’t like/care about the whole MESS with the parents.
How to Love by Katie Cotugno
I have a weird relationship with Katie Cotugno books, I generally like them, but I typically have conflicting feelings. For this one, I feel like I would be more negative overall – and I like her more recent books better, this being her debut isn’t helpful.
After the Fall by Kate Hart
I really don’t know why I even wanted to read this? I’d blame the hype-monster, but I don’t think this book was ever really hyped up. I have such an aversion to cheating stories (gag), so I know I wouldn’t like this – and I’ve heard some less than stellar things about the weight given to the assualt/consent storyline.
Flying Lessons & Other Stories edited by Ellen Oh
This sounds like a fine anthology, but nothing about it really screams at me to pick it up. I think I prefer anthologies with a theme, and this one doesn’t really seem to have one, so my interest just kinda faded.
Long May She Reign by Rhiannon Thomas
I would love to read more standalone fantasy books. But, basically every review I’ve seen has said this book isn’t bad, just mediocre and I don’t have time to waste on mediocre books, especially when there are ones I’m really excited for.
The Graces by Laure Eve
Witches, yes. Petty high school cliche-y drama, NO. And the synopsis doesn’t really give me enough to hook me.
Do I need to add any of these books back to my TBR? Have you read any of them? What are some book you’ve lost interested in? Should I start doing a Down the TBR Hole post? Share below!