Books I’ll Probably Never Read Tag

I would love to thank Jenna at Bookmark Your Thoughts for tagging me for this. This is literally such a me tag since there are so many books that I never want to read despite the major major hype. Make sure you go check out Jenna’s blog as well since we not only shared a total book mind on this tag but also she’s so super sweet and has a simply gorgeous blog!


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SO SO SO SO MANY. I get so scared of hyped books and there are quite a few that just don’t sound intriguing at all. There are a lot I’m avoiding, but anything by Rainbow Rowell, Colleen Hoover, and John Green I’ll most likely be avoiding.


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SO SO SO MANY. I have so many series that I start and then totally forget about. I’m a bit scared of trying out The Raven Boys just like Jenna said because the hype is unreal.


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…..all of them??? The real question should be a classic that I actually AM interested in.


I actually don’t think so. I think I’ve actually dipped my book hand into every book ocean. There is quite a few genres I wouldn’t go back to, but I don’t think there is a genre that I’ve skipped.


I actually just got rid of a few that I bought because I fell in deep with book sales or people’s recs but looking back at it, I probably will literally never read it. Teardrop by Lauren Kate and a few books that I bought at a book sale are a few.



What do you think? What are some of your answers to this? Do you have any books that you know you’ll never read? Let’s discuss in the comments below!


33 thoughts on “Books I’ll Probably Never Read Tag

  1. I giggled and nodded, when you said “all of them” for a classic you’re not interested in. I read so many in my youth, I am over it. I don’t think I have read one real horror book. Just not my thing. I listened to the audiobook for Interference. It was cute, not amazing, but cute. My heart! I love RR & John Green so much! They have never disappointed me. CoHo I do in small doses, because the melodrama is high with her books, yet, I always end up in tears.

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    1. Ashahahaha yes! I had enough for school that I don’t think I want to even attempt more. And I’ve read a few YA horror, but I’m really not sure that they count lol?? And oh no! I’m not sure why but I just don’t vibe with them?? Do you have a favorite of each of them?


  2. This tag is so relatable! I truly have to vouch for The Raven Boys and everyone else who’s adored it, however – it really is a fantastic book and it gave me chills. I listened to the audiobook and the narrator just made the characters came to life SO fantastically I could not put it down. The hype certainly put me off for a really long time but now I wish I’d given in sooner.

    I would recommend you try it this Halloween, Mandy. It’s the perfect book for the season! Also, great post ❤

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  3. This post is practically screaming for me to do it because only 10% of the books from my “owned” books is what I do read looool.
    But the real question is……HOW CAN YOU NOT LIKE CLASSICS!?!!???

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  4. I completely agree on classics! I barely read those. I also agree on avoiding Rainbow Rowell, Colleen Hoover and John Green. I read Eleanor & Park and disliked it. I liked TFIOS by Green, but Paper Towns was a disappointment and I’m not interested in any other book by him. As for Colleen Hoover, I haven’t read anything.
    Personally I did like The Raven Boys, except for the first 2/3 of the first novel. After that it goes uphill.

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      1. You’re welcome, glad I could help 🙂 It was one of those books where absolutely nothing happened until the last 10-15 pages. The characters were very one dimensional and what did happen wasn’t interesting at all.

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  5. I love how your first couple of answers were so so so many XD RELATE. Omg if I were to do this tag (which I might…) I would have to confront the shame of my shelves and GR TBR list. And I don’t think I’m ready for that. XD Great post, Mandy!!!!

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  6. OLD me would continue with a series just because I started it but NEW me has learned better!! I’ve suffered through too many books that I can honestly not even remember just because I thought I needed to know what happened. LOL. Not worth it! Great tag!

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