Saturday, 20 August 2016

DNFs




I was all everyone is loving it...hanging in there
I was told the beginning was slow....hanging in there.
GODS!!!! page 160 and it is so freaking dull. NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
NO MORE; BY LOKI NO MORE






Bored, Bored, oh so boring!











So much namedropping! Arghhhhhhhhh













44 comments:

  1. I dislike namedropping/brand-dropping. So distracting.

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    1. I only read like 20 pages but it was everywhere!

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  2. Boo, on Six of Crows. I feel like it's the only Bardugo novel I genuinely liked. That's unfortunate.

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    1. I just could not, and I tried soooo hard

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  3. I'm still a little tempted to buy Six of Crows just for that cover.

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  4. Sorry to hear about Six of Crows! I didn't think it was as amazing as the hype made it to be, but I guess I still had a good time with it.

    ~Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

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    1. I just could not get into it, it was so dull

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  5. I don't think any of those are for me, either.

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  6. I know right?? So many are loving Six of Crows. I think it's good, but not incredible :P

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  7. Oh no, Six of Crows. I hoped to read that soon. Hope my experience is better. *crosses fingers*

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  8. Nooo, I love Six of Crows! But I didn't think it was slow at all, so I think maybe Bardugo's style is just for me and it maybe didn't work out for you. Sorry to hear it but I hope you find some books you can get through soon!

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    1. Yes, maybe her style just is not for me

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  9. DNFs - my favourite reviews, especially with Luci around!

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  10. I have Six of Crows on audio...oh no. Reshuffles to bottom of player list.

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    1. On audio it would be soooo slow..or maybe not

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  11. I haven't finished Bardugo's 1st series yet, but Six of Crows did seem to have more hype than it could ever live up to...

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  12. I just can't stand it when a book is boring----its the worst.

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  13. I had a couple this week that were 'no can do's, too. Sometimes it's just best to set it down and move on. Huh, don't think I've read one that had lots of name-dropping, but I can see how that would get old.

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  14. I knew you would hate SoC lol

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  15. I've thought about Six of Crows, but not hard. I'm not a fan of name dropping either. J.R. Ward does it a lot. It became a joke, Get the brands of t-shirts and underwear, but I joked that I couldn't go on because I didn't know what brand of jeans he was wearing. LOL

    Melanie @ Hot Listens & Rabid Reads

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    1. Oh she sure did the namedropping haaaard. It 's just too much sometimes, it was like, I want to know about her, not what she is wearing

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  16. Life is far too short to read books we don't like.

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  17. Haha. I want to see Luci eating the DNF's!

    I hate when a book is overloaded with pop culture references or name/brand dropping. Annoying!!

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    1. Interesting...I must see what I can do ;)

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  18. Maybe to much love going around for the first book? Ugh. Thanks for sharing about the DNFs. :)

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