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Thursday, December 27, 2012

Least Favorite Books of 2012


Not all books can get 4 or 5 stars. Here is a list of books that did not make the A Bookish Affair cut and have the dubious honor of being my least favorite books of 2012.



What were some of your least favorite books this year?

9 comments:

  1. I was thinking about doing a similar post. Fortunately, most of us do read more books we love than those we don't:)

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    1. Yes! My favorites list was so much bigger than this one (luckily)!

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  2. Thankfully I did not read any of these..LOL I will avoid them all! Merry Christmas :)

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    1. Yes! There are so many other good books out there to bother with these ones!

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  3. I was disappointed with Untold Story, too, and have been fiercely avoiding Fifty Shades all year!

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    1. Oh man, I was sorry that I read Fifty Shades. I'm all for smut but just not badly written smut. I finally broke down because there was so much buzz about the book and I had soooo many different people asking me about the book because I'm a book blogger. It was not a good experiment!

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  4. My least favorite of 2012:

    City of Women by Gillham
    Trust Your Eyes by Barclay
    Lake Country: A Novel by Doolittle
    Death Drops by Fiedler
    The Orphan Master's Son by Johnson

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    1. Oh man, I had high hopes for City of Women. I liked The Orphan Master's Son!

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  5. I'm not surprised that 50 Shades of Gray made your "least favorite" list. My sister loves those books, but we have agreed to disagree on them, lol.

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