Book Tag: Books I’ll (Probably) Never Read

A really hyped book you’re not interested in reading?

When Dimple Met Rishi by Sandhya Menon. I have seen this book recommended so much on BookTube and Bookstagram recently, but it just really doesn’t sound like something that I’d enjoy.

A series you won’t start/won’t be finishing?

The Land of Stories series by Chris Colfer. First of all, more often than not, I enjoy middle-grade reads. A lot of times, they are very well written and pack a pretty big punch. I really did enjoy the first book in the Land of Stories series (The Wishing Spell) and had every intent to continue with the series, but after further thought, I just realized that I felt like the writing and characters were a bit too immature for my taste, and that I didn’t want to continue on after all. However, I definitely recommend this series to a younger audience!

A classic that you’re just not interested in?

Anything by Jane Austen. I know she’s a classic author and as an English major, I’m supposed to like her, but I just can’t get over how thickly she lays on the descriptions and her storylines just never interest me.

Any genres you never read?

Historical fiction. There are a few genres that I don’t enjoy reading, but will still do so from time to time. But historical fiction is one that I honestly never read. I don’t know why but it just doesn’t interest me.

A book on your shelves you’ll probably never actually read?

The Book Thief by Markus Zusak. I know this answer might upset some people because I’ve heard it recommended sooo much, but I have owned it for literally years and years and have never actually wanted to pick it up. It might be time to pass it on.

Source: Merphy Napier’s BookTube channel

What are some books that you don’t plan on reading and why? I really enjoyed completing this tag, and I challenge anyone who is interested to do it, too!

3 thoughts on “Book Tag: Books I’ll (Probably) Never Read

  1. I read When Dimple Met Rishi recently and loved it… but I’m just hyping it up more now 😂 I liked it though because I found it very relatable – being that I’m an Indian woman, and after I turned 16, everyone wondered when I was getting married.. and yes, it’s as annoying as it sounds! Lol but I can see why other may not want to read the book. It may not be very relatable to others, and it’s definitely hyped up a lot on bookstagram which can get annoying for sure. Interesting post! 😊


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