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So, a quick and obvious disclaimer before i go ahead and go through the questions. These are just my opinions, that does not mean that any of these books or series are bad or anything like that I just happened to not have liked them very much, or I might have really liked a book you didn't like. Well, here's the tag, enjoy!

1. A popular book or series that you didn't like.

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So I actually have two for this question. Both books I actually didn't finish reading because I was just not enjoying them at all. The first of the two books is The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold. This book has to do with the murder of the main character in the book, and the family is trying to discover what happened.I have one big issue with this book and it was the main reason I stopped reading it, and that is that you are told EVERYTHING that happened to the main character right from the beginning. You aren't left to wonder and guess who the murderer was, you are told from the beginning who did it, how, and so on. Knowing this from the get go makes it less worth it to read because you don't get that chance to play detective and I really wish this book did give that chance.

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The second popular book that I didn't like was The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks. I'm sure most people know how this story goes. If this book had maybe 100 more pages I would be so happy with it. My biggest issue with this book is how minimal the character and relationship development is. You are told in about one page that they "fell in love" during the summer but you never get a glimpse at how they are with each other, or how they're relationship with each other is. With this book you're just told that they fell in love but broke up, but wait they meet again YEARS later and fall back in love. At this point though you still don't know how their relationship was, it's a boring love story to me, and that's really it.

2. A Popular Book or series that every one else seems to hate but you love

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For this one I have to hands down say Allegiant by Veronica Roth. Quite a few people didn't like this book, whether it was because of the POV changes or because of the ending. I understnad why it was disliked, for example people didn't like how focused the series was on "the chosen one" trope, personally I don't have a huge problem with this trope in this case. People also didn't like how similar Tris and Tobias sounded in this book. For me personally I think it adds as to why they have so many issues with their relationship. It's pretty well known that supposedly if you and your partner are too similar you will clash a lot. In this case you're shown how similar Tris and Tobias are, so you are told this relationship doesn't work, yeah again I didn't have too many issues with this. AS far as the ending goes, I didn't have issue with it either. I had strong feelings and emotions towards it, but I thought the ending was fine, it took the road that was felt necessary.

3. A Love Triangle where the main character ended up with the person you did NOT want them to end up with (warn ppl for spoilers) OR an OTP that you don't like

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I actually don't have much for this one because most of the books I read and have read don't have love triangles, they usually have other tropes going on. Or I'm usually okay with the relationships in the books. I guess the only one I can think of right now is Twilight and I lowkey wish we could've seen a relationship development between Bella and Jacob. Seriously I don't know what else to put for this haha! Another one would maybe be the Hunger Games trilogy, I kind of wish Katniss wouldn't have ended up with anyone but at the same time her ending up with who she did, gave a sense of closure for the reader, in my opinion.

4. A popular book Genre that you hardly reach for

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I would say contemporary in general as well as horror. I used to reach for it a lot but I mostly read fantasy and historical fiction. I guess I'd like to reach for more contemporary in the future and hopefully I do! I hear there are lots of good contemporary books out there!

5. A popular or beloved character that you do not like

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Severus Snape from the Harry Potter series by JK Rowling.....don't get too made at me haha, I agree he got some redemption at the end of the series, but I still don't agree with the way he treated Harry all those years, I mean it's not his fault that his father wasn't the nicest to Snape. I just feel that the way Harry was treated from the beginning of his first year almost all the way to his last, was just so unnecessary and it made me dislike him all the way to the end even after I finished the series. It's just so messed up to bully a child because you can't let go of a grudge that he doesn't even know of or didn't even take part in! Yeah, sorry, I don't like Snape, it's not okay to bully children, it's even worse when you're a damn adult!.

6. A popular author that you can't seem to get into

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For this I'm going to say Ransom Riggs. I did read Miss Perigrines home for Peculiar children and that was kind of it. it's strange because I really liked the book, I finished it really fast but I guess I didn't have much interest in the characters. I'm hoping I can finish the series one day, I hear it's really good!

7. A popular book trope that you're tired of seeing. (examples "lost princess", corrupt ruler, love triangles, etc.)

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For this one I'm going to have to say that I'm getting tired of reading about the "chosen one" type of trope, it was interesting the first few times but now I'm just annoyed that so many stories are driven by this idea that only one person can save the planet or their world. I might be a bit ranty for this because the current book I'm reading focuses heavily on the "chosen one" theme, and like I said, it's kind of annoying at this point. While I did include a picture from Divergent, don't get me wrong, that is still my favorite series of all time! The second character I included is Thomas from the Maze Runner, who you definitely get the sense that he is a chosen one.

8. A popular series that you have no interest in reading

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Red Queen, that one sticks out to me the most as far as a book or series I don't want to read.

9. The saying goes "The book is always better than the movie", but what movie or T.V. show adaptation do you prefer more than the book?

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Instead of talking about the Lovely Bones and The Notebook again, I'm going to have to say that the movie adaptation for The Longest Ride was better than book. In gneral I just like how the story was told in the movie compared to how it was told in the book. I understand that a very important part is missing from the movie but for me it doesn't make it worse than the book or anything like that. When it comes to The Longest Ride I think I will always recommend the movie over the book.