Series I’ve Quit

Hey guys! It’s Trina. I read a lot of book series. I am a series addict, and usually I will probably
see the series out til the very end because I just have that kind of a personality where
I need to know how it’s all going to end. I want to know that the time I have put into
this book series so far could pay off in the end. It may not, I may be disappointed, which has
happened before, but I’ve got a list of series here that I have quit. It’s over. I’m breaking up with them. I will not be finishing these series because
I just don’t like them, or just don’t care anymore. It’s not that they’re bad series, they just
aren’t for me or whatever reason and I will definitely explain why I’m quitting them as
I get to them. So let’s just get started because I’ve got
17 series here. The first series I’m quitting is The Accidentals
by Dakota Cassidy. The first book in this series is called The
Accidental Werewolf. It is about a woman who is accidentally bitten
by a werewolf and then she finds herself turning into a werewolf and has to kind of learn the
ropes. This is an adult romance series. I believe there are 11 books in this series
in total and they each deal with a different kind of supernatural creature. Book 2 is about vampires. I did read the first two books, The Accidental
Werewolf and Accidentally Dead, which was the vampire book, and I just feel like adult
romance… a lot of times, I don’t care what spin you put on it, I don’t care if they’re
turning into vampires and werewolves, adult romance can seem like it’s all the same and
I just was tired of it and didn’t really want to continue reading. But if you like adult romance and paranormal
I think that it would be a cool series to check out. The second series I am quitting is Bumped
by Megan McCafferty. I believe this is a duology. The second book is called Thumped. I read the first book, I really did not like
it. This is like a satire kind of book. There’s a lot of humor in it and I think it’s
trying to make some points, but it came off very badly in my opinion and one of the characters
is like super religious and I just did not like the way that it was portrayed. It was done in a way where it was supposed
to be funny but I felt like it took itself too seriously almost, so it just wasn’t something
that I enjoyed. I really did not enjoy the first book. I definitely didn’t enjoy it enough to care
where it went from there. The series is about teenage pregnancy and
how like if you’re a teenage girl and you have a baby then you like are famous or something? I–I don’t really remember. It’s been a while since I read it and I didn’t
enjoy it so I don’t want to continue the series. The next series that I quit is the Caster
Chronicles by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl. There are 4 books in this series plus a spinoff
series and I read the first book. I liked it. Um, but I thought it was very very slow and
very long and it didn’t need to be as long as it was because nothing really happened
so I actually let myself be spoiled on what happens at the very end of the last book. I know how it turns out and I feel like that’s
not enough payoff for 4 books of this big obstacle being delayed each time, so I just
think that it wouldn’t be a good investment of my time when there are so many other books
and series out there that I really want to read. The next series I will not be continuing is
Easy by Tammara Webber. I did read the first book, Easy. I didn’t like it as much as everybody else
does, but there is a companion novel which is just the same story retold through the
point of view of the male main character and I just – I don’t care. I usually don’t like it when stories are retold
through the eyes of a different character when it’s the same exact story. I did like that male character, he was pretty
much my favorite part of the book but it just – I don’t know. It was like a solid middle of the road book
for me. It was 3 stars, good message, I just really
didn’t like the way some things were executed, so for me – I just don’t want to read the
companion novel. Next is the Hybrid Chronicles trilogy by Kat
Zhang and it’s about a world where people – when you’re born you have two souls in your
one body and then when you reach a certain age one of those souls is supposed to be the
dominant one and takes over and the other one disappears but in our main character the
other soul never disappeared. It’s illegal, you’re not supposed to have
two souls, one of them was supposed to have disappeared so it’s all about the obstacle
of that. I liked this book. I thought it was a very fascinating premise. I liked the character. I liked the idea of it. I liked what happened in this book. I actually am not opposed to continuing this
series one day, just right now I have so many other books that I’m more interested in that
this one I’m just feeling so lukewarm about that I think I’m just going to quit it. At least for now. The next series on my list is the Jenna Fox
Chronicles by Mary E. Pearson. I loved the first book, The Adoration of Jenna
Fox, but I felt like it stood as a standalone perfectly fine and I never ever felt the need
to want more in this story so when I found out that it is a series of 3 books I just
never cared enough and I think the other books are more about some of the other characters and I did not find them very interesting in this first book. I felt like it just was solid on its own and
I don’t need any more so I want to just leave it here where I know I enjoyed it and just
leave it at that and not get into a series that I don’t know if I’m going to enjoy. Next is the Nantucket series by Denise Hunter. This is an adult Christian Fiction romance
series of companion novels. There are 4 books and I’ve read two of them. I actually picked up book 2 first and I really
loved that book, it’s called Seaside Letters. It’s about a man and a woman who meet online
and she knows who he is but she’s too afraid to say anything to him and one day, since
they live in the same town, he actually hires her to go through his emails and try to track
down the woman he’s been talking to this whole time because he really wants to meet her in
person and he has no idea that the person he hired to track down the girl he’s been
talking to is that actual girl. I loved the setting and the story of that
book and then I read the second book which was called The Convenient Groom and I didn’t
really like the characters as much in that one. These are like very Anna and the French Kiss
type series. Companion romances, very swoony romances. Since they are compnaions and you don’t have
to read them in order I just never picked up books 1 and 4 because the premises of those
just didn’t sound as interesting to me as the two book I did read and I just don’t plan
ever to go back and read them because I feel like Seaside Letters was such a favorite that
I’m not going to like these other two any more so just stop while I’m ahead. The next series that I’m quitting, I hope
you guys will still be my friends, but I have no plans to continue the Series of Unfortunate
Events series by Lemony Snicket. I read at least 9 of the books, I don’t remember
how far I got. I actually read these books when I was in
college. I read them because I had gone out with a
guy whose little brother really liked them and I would sometimes go hang out with the
little brother, I would watch him when his parents had to go do something and so he would
always talk about these books with me so I would read them so we would have some stuff
to talk about. I really enjoyed them. The books weren’t all published yet and I
had stopped. I had intended to finish the series one day
but then I just got into so many other book series and completely forgot about this one
and I do not remember what has happened in the books I did read so I don’t think I could
go in and just pick up where I left off and really know what was going on. And when I’ve got so many other books I want
to read now I just don’t, at this moment, intend to finish them. If I ever have kids I think I would read them
with my kids of course, but right now I just don’t think that I’m going to finish that
series out because it’s just been so long since I was into it. Next, I probably am not going to finish The
Forest of Hands and Teeth series by Carrie Ryan. There are 3 books in this series and I read
the first one and I liked it. I just have read and seen so many zombie books
and movies and TV shows that this one didn’t offer anything like super unique to the table. It’s very YA. There was a love triangle. I liked the survival aspect of it but there
was this like mystery, and the love triangle part of it – I just felt like they weren’t
the things I’m most interested in when I’m reading about a zombie apocalypse. I’ve heard some people say that the rest of
the series are better, so if you’ve read the rest of the books in this series please let
me know what you thought of them. I also do not plan on reading the rest of
The Giver quartet by Lois Lowry. I have read The Giver, I did really like it. I read it as an adult but I didn’t like it
as much as people who read it when they were younger seem to like it because I’ve read
so many dystopians now. Like, if this were the first dystopian I had
ever read I think that I would definitely love it more because it would be like a frontrunner. I bought it after I read it because I liked
it so much, but I just am not interested in reading the other books in that series, especially
because I know that they aren’t an actual continuation of the story that was in this
book. They are more like companions so right now
I just don’t want to continue this one. I also will not be continuing The 100 series
by Kass Morgan. This is the book series that The 100 TV show
is based on and the TV show is the reason why I read the first book. I wanted to read the book before I watched
the TV show. That book was kind of boring. It was interesting but once you’ve seen the
show the book is like nothing compared to the show. The TV show was so much better, and then I
got bored with the TV show in season 2 also. That’s a very unpopular opinion, not liking
that show because everybody loves it. I know that. It’s kind of one of those I needed more to
happen in that book. The next series I will not be finishing is
Luxe by Anna Godbersen and the first book is called The Luxe. I read that book and – do I have that book? I think I had that book at one point in time. Well I don’t have it anymore. I really did not like The Luxe. I found the little twist in it to be so predictable. I just didn’t like the story that happened
and I just didn’t think that it stood out as a historical novel or as a romance novel
or anything. I just didn’t think it stood out to me at
all and it really was a let down. I also will not be continuing The Nanny Diaries
by Emma McLaughlin and Nicola Kraus. I read the first book and I saw the movie
and I loved it but I just think that now there are, again, so many other books I’m more interested
in instead of picking up the sequel. Plus, I’ve heard some pretty awful reviews
for it, that it’s not as good as the first one so I just don’t want to spend my time
on it. I’m old, y’all! I don’t have time to just read every book
ever. Next is actually a series that I’ve really
loved what I’ve read, it’s The Tudor Court series by Philippa Gregory and the first one
I read was The Other Boleyn Girl. I read it because there was a movie being
made. Some of the books in this series do follow
the wives of King Henry VIII and that’s what I was interested in so when I read The Other
Boleyn Girl I actually went back and read other books by other authors that fit in with
Henry VIII’s wives. That’s why I haven’t continued this series,
because they don’t all follow the rest of his wives. I am also not going to be continuing The Wolves
of Mercy Falls series by Maggie Stiefvater. It was originally just a trilogy of the three
books and I did enjoy them but last year, or maybe this year, she put out a 4th book
in this series called Forever. It’s following different characters and I
did like those characters but I read these three books like 3 or 4 years ago. I think that if there hadn’t have been such
a long gap between books 3 and 4 I might be more interested in it, but as of now I’m just
like kind of past it. I’m almost done, but the next series that
I’m not planning to continue is called The Seven Deadly series by Fisher Amelie and I
have read the first book, which was called Vain. I really liked it. It was a 5 star book for me. It was a very emotional ride kind of book. It’s one of those that will just have you
look at things very differently. It’s about a very spoiled rich girl who get
into trouble and her punishment is to go work for a mission in a different country and she
really just has an incredible, moving change of heart and she kind of has her eyes opened
to what things are like in other parts of the world. There are two other books out in the series
right now but the premise of the books dealing with the other deadly sins, I just don’t find
them as appealing. The last series I will not be finishing is The Vampire
Diaries series by L. J. Smith. I had read the original first four books but there are
actually five different series in this universe. I read the first book of The Return spinoff.
I hated that book. We got new characters that were just weird. I just thought it was a weird
book and I didn’t enjoy it so I don’t plan to continue that series and I liked the original
4 pretty well but I didn’t like them enough to care any more about what else was going
to go on in that world with those particular characters, so… whatever! So those are all
the series that as of right now I have quit. If you want to talk me out of quitting any
of these series you can do your best down below, or if you’ve quit any of these we can
commiserate together, or just tell me what series you’ve quit because you weren’t enjoying
it or you just don’t have time anymore because too many books, right? So anyway,
thank you so much for watching and I will see you guys in the comments. Bye! [music

64 thoughts on “Series I’ve Quit

  1. Girl, so many series! Haha. I've only heard of two of them — A Series of Unfortunate Events and The Nanny Diaries. I read The Nanny Diaries earlier this year and did not enjoy it at all, so I guess that's a series I won't be finishing (I didn't realize until now it was a series).

  2. I've been debating starting the Beautiful Creatures one, still not sure what to do! x] might just borrow it from someone and see if it works for me or not. The Forest of Hands and Teeth sounds so familiar, I never really read zombie things so who knows ^^ I read Shiver and I really didn't like it, besides I felt that the ending was quite well rounded so I don't feel the need to read the others at all.
    Really liked this video! <3

  3. I LOVE the Forest of Hands and Teeth series. I agree, the last two are better because you focus less on the world building. Plus, they are about Mary's daughter so the love triangle is not prevalent.

  4. I think I might quit the Fallen series by Lauren Kate and Hush Hush series by Becca Fitzpatrick. I liked the books, though I didn't love them, but I just don't really care one way or another if I finish them off.

  5. i have the same exact feelings about the shiver trilogy. I read the first three books like 5 or 6 years ago and now i have no desire to read the last one.

  6. The giver series DOES tie in to the first book! The 2nd book introduces a new character and follow her story, but her story does tie into the rest of the books!! Really a great series! I would highly encourage you to finish!

  7. I gave up on the Series of Unfortunate Events as well πŸ™‚ I found them really repetitive, and as you said I found other books and series that I enjoyed more, but i may continue someday. You are amazing though πŸ™‚ I love your videos!

  8. every time i see someone uploading a video like this one, the beautiful creatures series is included. and i'm not surprised because i never finished it either! just not a very interesting series.

  9. I personally think the forest of hands and teeth was the best of the trilogy but I think that's because I thought the creepy nuns were the best part of the story. The Giver sequels do actually end of continuing the story but it's not really apparent until the the third book how they are connected. The Giver is the best though.

  10. I don't plan on finishing A Series of Unfortunate Events as well. I picked them up when I was younger and lost interest about half way through the series and I don't think I will ever find interest in the series to continue. I also read half of The Forest of Hands and Teeth and I found myself confused, but just never had the urge to want to finish book one or reading the rest of the series.

  11. I got to around book 9 in ASOUE as well and really want to finish it but as you said, no idea what's going on!! It may be one of my resolutions next year to read the whole lot again :-p

  12. I will still be your friend!! I've never even read one of the Series of Unfortunate Events books. So, is that worse haha?

    I started the Castor Chronicles and had the same feelings that you did. I felt like things moved very slow for how large those books are. I just remember reading Beautiful Darkness and thinking, "this is the book that never ends, it just goes on and on my friends." Despite that, I am still interested in continuing at some point. Some day. Mainly because I want to know this depressive event that happens in Beautiful Chaos.

    I read The Other Boleyn Girl just because of the movie too, well and for school, but mostly the movie. I could not believe how much happened in that book. It spans so many years. I was thinking it would be a snapshot or a certain time of their lives, but nope the whole thing. It took my 15 year old self forever to read.

  13. I didn't really care for the spin off of Easy. I'm one of the ones who LOVED Easy. Its one of my favorites for this year, but when I read the spin off, it made me dislike Lucas which was a bummer. Also, I thought the Adoration of JF was also a stand alone. I probably won't continue w/the series either especially since I can't even make myself finish the first. haha A series I quit was Matched by Allie Condie. I coudln't get into it. So then I thought, hey lets listen to the audio book. Well the girls voice on the audiobook was the worst thing ever so when I went back to reading it, all I could do was hear her voice. Never again my friend, never again.

  14. The 100?!?!? Oh no!! I've never read the books but the show is the most amazing thing ever!!! Well…. To me at least. Lol.

  15. I quit The beautiful creatures series as well the first one was a draaaag so once I finished it that was it for. Also I will quit a series if I feel the first book is fine as a stand alone so I totally agree there! Great video as usual


  17. I gave up on the Vampire Diaries series after book one because I loved the show so much & felt like the screenwriters did a better job than the author did with the content. I just hated the way the characters were in the book.

  18. So many of these series I had never heard of! I used to be big into series but as I'm getting older I'm getting lazy in my reading habits so standalones are where I'm at right now

  19. Do you have any good zombie/apocalyptic book recommendations? I've been looking for some but just haven't had any luck D:

  20. I read the Castor Chronicles (Beautiful Creatures) and I honestly remember nothing that happened the entire series. Except for somebody jumping off a water tower. But besides that, nothing.

  21. I haven't officially quit any series, but there are several that are on indefinite hold for now… TOO MANY BOOKS, SO LITTLE TIME. (You're not old.)

  22. I think the last two books in The Forest of Hands and Teeth series are much more interesting than the first one. They both still have love triangles, but I feel like they were executed better, and the characters were more likable for me.

  23. OMG you talk really fast πŸ˜€ you remind me of myself πŸ˜›
    Btw, I'm curious, do you read The raven cycle by Maggie Stiefvater? It's one of my favourite series ever!
    Instead, talking about Carrie Ryan, I read the novel she wrote for the "Slasher girls and monster boys" collection and I totally loved it. It's inspired by Alice in Wonderland and… it's just amazing πŸ™‚ so I'd really like to read TFOHAT since I have it on my shelves for a while.
    Anyway I think you're doing well to quit on Lowry's series, 'cause I read them all and the first one is the better, the other ones are not so good.
    I have all of the books of the Stohl and Garcia's serie but I just read the first one some year ago and I'm not really motivated to go on so I think I'll give them away.
    As regards the series of Jenna Fox I didn't like the first book >.< I found the story just emotionless.
    I don't know if read "The 100" serie 'cause I really love the tv show, but I heard the books are not worth the effort!
    Speaking of the series I've quit, there's the Lux serie by Jennifer Armentrout that has tired me after a couple of books. There's the Anita Blake's serie that I stopped reading when it did become erotic (and goodbye storyline who have sense) and then there's also the House of night's serie of which I really liked the first books, but then I lost interest 'cause it was just too long and it starts being boring.

    P.S. I hope my english is quite understandable πŸ˜›

  24. Good choice picking Beautiful Creatures… It definitely doesn't pick up. I wish I would of quit it instead of pushing through. I have The 100 to read but I've already watched the TV show but I keep hearing that the show is way better which is so unusual! I read the Luxe series but I thought they got better through the books and I enjoyed them. But I definitely feel like there are WAY better books out there that you could put your time into reading instead!

  25. I quit the Castor Chronicles as well – the first book was an epic trek for me. There was almost 200 pages of nothing in the middle xD I actually liked the movie much, much better! I don't think I made it past the 3rd Lemony Snicket book – they were far, far too depressing for me xD The Giver was alright, but I'm not really motivated to finish the series πŸ˜› Awww I loved The Luxe series!! πŸ˜€

  26. I LOVED Easy but I don't think I'll read the spin off. I've not heard great things about it so I'm not gonna waste my time. I'm the same as you with The Series of Unfortunate Events. I'd love to read them one day but I do think I'll read them with my kids someday.

  27. I also quit The 100. The book was just not great and I even watched the first episode of the series and just wasn't that into it.

  28. Yea… I like to know endings too, which has definitely burned me (cough ALLEGIANT cough), but as I get older, I'm learning to quit more. It's just not worth my time, and wikipedia will give me all the answers πŸ™‚

  29. Love the video! I was curious about a lot of them and this definitely helped with my decision not to pick up. What did you think of the 2nd and 3rd wolves of mercy falls books? I finished the first one and loved it but have yet to bring myself to continue- are they worth reading?

  30. I'm so glad that you read the first original four books of Vampire Diaries! People should not the trash that's the new books. (She can't even write them anymore)

  31. I read alot of LJ Smith's books when I was in JH/HS…back in the Early to Mid 90s. I have no need/desire to read any of the newer continuations they have made of TVD or TSC. I especially don't like all that "Created by LJS, Written by Someone Else" crap. Not watching the TV shows, either.

    I haven't read most of what you listed. But, I must say that you make *Seaside Letters* sound like a really good book.

  32. Spoilers ahead I quit the Twilight series for a number of reasons. I'm not going to go on a Twilight bashing raid or anything of that nature. First of all, spoilers. My friend revealed so much about the book that it actually ruined the experience of actually reading them. Another reason is, mid way through the book when Bella sat with Edward during lunch more than once, it was as though I was reading the same page over and over again. Lastly, a lackluster plot that deemed the characters (in my opinion) as not being very memorable at all. Stephanie Meyer's style of writing is amazing, and I'm sure that her other book "The Host" is better, but there were better books out there that I could be reading.

  33. Good call on the Forest of Hands and Teeth trilogy….I loved the first one but it went way down hill after that. πŸ™ I've quit so many series, it's ridiculous. If the first book doesn't capture my interest then I don't feel the need to continue on with it. Or, like you mentioned, sometimes you just don't feel like reading them anymore after so many years.

  34. I only read the 4 original Vampire Diaries books too. I really liked it. I read it when I was in middle school. Then they came out with the 5th and I only got through about half of it. It felt like they where just trying to add on to a story that was over because of the show. I do like the show. The series that I finally quit after years in the House of night. I loved that series for a while. Ib started to read it when it first came out but after a while it seemed like I was only reading the books because I'd been reading it for so long. But I care nothing for the characters anymore and didn't care about what happened. So I called it quits. I don't plan on reading the fourth to Shiver either. I liked the first 3.

  35. I've read the first installments in the C.H.A.O.S, Alex Rider, Brotherband and Nightmare Factory series and am not at all interested in reading the rest.

  36. I've quit the House Of Night series. The authors aren't even trying anymore.

    Okay so the main character Zoey is a vampyre [Yes that's how they spell it in the book.]
    and she has all these powers that she shouldn't have at her age [that's red flag number one]. Also there's this character named Stevie Rae who died and came back as your typical vampire [ie burns in the sun] and she keeps getting resurrected. Not to mention, she's in love with this humanoid raven guy [I don't remember if he was a vampyre or not but anyway]… Her so called friends treat her like garbage and don't even care that she's grieving over her dead boyfriend when he died in the last book. Only a year has passed, people don't get over grief in a year! Not only that but the book is very pornographic for a ya book.

  37. I stopped reading the Mortal Instruments after I read City of Fallen Angels. It just turned me off because in the second book, it is mentioned that Maia was abused by her ex boyfriend and had turned her in a violent way. But in book 4, Clare did a whole 180 on me. He excuses himself because of wolfish side that made him violent. Why set up a "possessive, controlling" character who hurt Maia to be a later love interest again? This just sends a wrong message to impressionable girls.

  38. i never read the sequel to Bumped either and i was SO done! and i thought i'd really like it because i adore the author's other series!

  39. I feel you are pretty safe putting down Forest of Hands and Teeth and The Giver companion series. If the Giver was only 'ok' for you, you probably won't like the rest. I felt they were all worse than the first one. Especially the last one.
    The Forest of Hands and Teeth books do NOT get better as they go, at least for me. They went right down hill. I might have a review somewhere on my page. I can't recall.

  40. I totally feel the same re: The Giver and A Series of Unfortunate Events. I did read The Giver as a kid and loved it and it remains to this day a hugely important book to me, but I've reread it as an adult and I don't think I would love it so much if nostalgia weren't a big part of my love for it and I have little to no interest in the other books. And I feel like everyone gets so defensive about A Series of Unfortunate Events but I think it's the opposite of my thing with The Giver: I read those as an adult and I actually did finish the series but I lost interest about book 6 or so and only finished out of sheer stubbornness only to find the ending SO DISAPPOINTING. But I know a lot of people read them as kids and that's one of things that makes them important to them, so I get that.

  41. The issue I had with the series of unfortunate events and the reason I stopped was they got very sane-y over time. Still interesting, unique (at the time), funny, etc, but the plot line/road map for the books was the same.

  42. Ugh I quit the Divergent series. I know you have mentioned that before too. I liked the first book and really fell out of interest in the second book and then didn't even bother to pick up the third. I thought the main girl was okay and I couldn't stand Four. Then I also couldn't help but feel the dauntless were bratty teenage kids that jump from trains for fun oh and they're sort of military. No thanks. I did like the factions and the world but got tired of the story.

  43. I read TVD right as the show was starting, and I absolutely hated them! I thought that the story was just way too mushy and it was a struggle for me to get through those first 4 books. I think the show is much better tbh!

  44. I also quit the Vampire Diaries. I read them when they were first released as a trilogy and would have been satisfied if they'd been left that way. I just about coped with the addition of the fourth book but didn't enjoy them after that. The big issue for me was that they changed the time period to present day in the character's perspectives but leapt forward years in reality. So for instance, technology that had not existed in the original books (and obviously not mentioned for that reason) suddenly sprang out of nowhere in the later books, with not even a vague attempt to explain this! That was to much for me and I left the books in my past.
    I do think the Series of Unfortunate Events is worth returning to one day. Funnily enough I left that series and returned to it a few times over the years, and eventually finished it when reading it with my son, so maybe you will do that too as you said you might… ☺

  45. im finding the accidentals rather charming
    i think book three has a really interesting perspective and emotional change for the the quiet member of the three friends
    that said it is a bit … clichΓ© oddly 'struck by lightning now i am empowered. take that world" and a bit gender reverse 'man gets the girl' so 'woman gets the boy' but i don't have a problem with that really.
    its fun i like the sense of humour and despite the empowerment/live-in-reward they are characters that don't rely on gender too heavy, they could easily be male true come of the details would have to be changed but it speaks to me at least the the characters don't rely in there gender my only gripe is common of mine of books in this category band this the voyeurism of bed-sport don't like it never have never will but is skippable certainly in this series and the characters get more interesting as the cast diversifies it goes on plus it revisits aforementioned ideas and rules, if the titles are any thing to go by. (even if they don't adequately explain how one can speak with out breathing, cool idea though.) but this is just my opinion. like flags i might find a better one and wave it around really enthusiastically instead.

  46. I've never read an exact story told from the point of view of a different character. It sounds very unappealing to me. Thank you for the "warnings" πŸ˜‰

  47. The caster chronicles just wasn't a series for me. I read the first book, but stopped halfway through the second because the plot was frustrating me.
    I also stopped reading the Divergent series by the second book.

  48. Bumped freaking suuuuccckkkkkkeeeeddd. lmao unbelievable. I'm working on The Mortal Instruments rn, don't know if i will make it all the way through.

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