Wednesday, December 30, 2015

It's the End of 2015 Read-A-Thon Day 6

It is Day 6 of the read-a-thon. It's almost to a close, so make sure you get as much reading in as you can! Just to remind you all, the challenges are:
  • Read a Red or Green Colored Book
  • Read a Book You Wanted to Read All Year
  • Finish Off That Series! Read a Concluding Book of a Series
  • Read a Sequel Book
  • Read a Total of 4 Books
And to remind you also of the give away, here's a little excerpt from Sarah's blog which I believe explains it the best:

Remember if you want to be in with a chance to win a book of your choice up to the value of $15 from The Book Depository head over here and get your name in! The person who completes the challenges the best will win this prize. So also remember to keep your progress updated too!!

Also make sure to check the twitter @Read_Endof2015 use the #Endof2015Readathon for sprints and other fun activities. 

Now, down to the today's challenge...

Challenge #6

Now, I'm sure all of our reading years have been fantastic filled with books that completely blew our minds, but there has to be at least one book that you've read this year that you thought was the worst thing you've ever read (or maybe not that extreme). So, today's challenge is to talk about your Least Favorite Books of 2015.

I didn't necessarily hate this book, but We Were Liars by E. Lockhart. The end completely blew my mind and I couldn't think straight for a couple of days, but the rest of the book was kind of meh for me. I think that was the only book that really didn't do it for me this year.

Now it's your job to post or tweet about your least favorite books of 2015. Make sure to leave a comment below linking to your post.

I hope ya'll are getting some last minute reading in and I can't wait to see all of the wrap ups tomorrow!

Happy reading,


  1. Here are my least favourite reads this year.

    I haven't read We Were Liars so far, but I think I never will, it just doesn't sound like something I could like.

    Happy New Year! :)

  2. I agree with we were liars, I mean I loved the ending and I wasn't expecting anything like it which is rare nowadays but is it me or were the characters acting young for their age, idk I just didn't get into the rest of the book

  3. ughhhh i thought we were liars is a wonderful book :(( its been on my tbr list since forever but i havent had the time to read it


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