Hello, everybody! It's been a hot second since I've sat down and written! (It hasn't even been that long, but if I spend one entire week away from the blog, I already feel a void). Coincidentally, this weeks TTT topic was very similar to the last week's Top 5 Wednesday theme, Forgettable Books. Still, both topics were different, and I loved picking books for different purposes but which followed a similar theme (aka, that my stupid mind forgot about them).
So if you want to watch my video about Forgettable Books that I didn't quite enjoy, I will leave it linked down below. Meanwhile, here are some of my FAVORITE books that I don't remember much about! Enjoy!
1-The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern
I adored this book so much. I tend to really love slow pacing in books, and I remember that was the case with The Night Circus. It slowly unfolded and developed, revealing small details and organizing a HUGE story in different, intertwining timelines. Really a masterpiece.
But since this book is so big and since it encompasses SO MUCH information and follows so many characters, I’ve already forgotten most things about it. However, the gorgeous feeling I felt while reading this novel still lingers.
2-Heir of Fire by Sara J. Maas
I don’t remember anything about this book, and I probably wouldn’t remember anything either about Crown of Midnight if I had not just re-read it a couple of weeks ago. I also wanted to re-read Heir Of Fire, but with all of the crazy things going on, I decided to put it down and go on with something else. So I still don’t know what actually happened in this, despite it being my favorite book of the series!
3-A Darker Shade of Magic by V.E. Schwab
The writing style and world in this book were stunning and so mind-blowing. I love everything about this book. But I can’t remember much about what happened in the middle. The beginning is VERY vivid to me, though.
4-Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
I cried after I finished reading this book because it was just so masterful. But it was also REALLY long, and J.K. Rowling always manages to pack in thousands of pieces of information in (no matter the considerable length of her books) quite a small number of pages IN COMPARISON. I was bound to forget many details.
It’ll take me a couple of re-reads to know everything by heart, but I won’t stop until then.
5-And I Darken by Kiersten White
This one is the first problem on my list. Why? Because I actually need to read the sequel soon. I remember the basic ending, so it’s not that bad, but still, many details and events are fuzzy, and since this is such a COMPLEX story, I really hope I won’t have a hard time with the second book!
6-Scarlet by Marissa Meyer
I’m not preoccupied with Scarlet because I’m sure that everything will slowly come back to me once I start reading Cress.
7-Siege and Storm by Leigh Bardugo
Here is problem number two because I’ve GOT to read Ruin and Rising this Summer so I can continue with Six of Crows. In this case, I DON’T EVEN REMEMBER HOW IT ENDED!
8-Clockwork Prince by Cassandra Clare
I’ve legitimately got no idea what the fork happened in this. None at all.
BUT, I’m planning on re-reading this one, at least!
9-Welcome Home Anthology
This is a solid short-story collection about adoption. There were some stories that I LOVED, and others that I didn’t. But because they were SO many (30), and so short, I don’t remember most things about this entire collection!
Check out my video about some forgettable books that I didn't quite enjoy as these other ones above! When will it ever happen again that my booktube feature and my blogging meme coincide?
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