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Ten Books I Almost Put Down But Didn't
The Hunger Games (The Hunger Games #1) by Suzanne Collins
I almost put this down because I don't like the kids killing kids part but wont the story its self go going I like it; I've read all of them.
9. 24 Girls in 7 Days by Alex Bradley
This love, teen story is told from a guys point of view and I can't remember why I almost put it down but it was a fine read.
8. 101 Best Jokes by Various
So, I also put this down because it starts off with blonde jokes, well, my hair is blonde it has just gotten quite dark on its own; anyways but a huge blonde jokes kind of person.
6.) The Nixie's Song (Beyond the Spiderwick Chronicles #1) by Holly Black
The only reason I was thinking of putting this down (From years ago) was because I enjoy the first ones so much, I was afraid that they would be as good.
5.)Vampire Kisses: Blood Relatives, Vol. 2 (Vampire Kisses: Blood Relatives #2) by Ellen Schreiber, Rem
4.) In Your Room by Jordanna Fraiberg
The reason I almost put this down was because its a quick read and I felt that it many not go anywhere but I was wrong this is a quick read but great!
3.) The Casual Vacancy (The Casual Vacancy) by J.K. Rowling
So, lets me tell the truth here, I almost put it down, the main and I know others had this same reason, J.K. is my favorite author and I was scared that I wouldn't like her writings when it had nothing to do with Harry Potter.
2.) Breaking Dawn (Twilight #4) by Stephenie Meyer
The reason for this was because I didn't like where it was going but I had read all the other ones so there was a part of me that wanted to know how it would bed. For me I liked it but was my less favorite out of all four.
1.) Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Harry Potter #7) by J.K. Rowling
It wasn't because I didn't want to finish it because I did. I just didn't want it to end. It the last one and knowing that there wouldn't be more just killed me, a part of me didn't want to know how it ended because that would mean no more.