Follow Friday: 6/21/2012

Feature & Follow Friday is a Weekly Meme created by Parajunkee’s View and Alison Can Read.  Wanna join in the fun?  Click the links above!  Don’t forget, I love your comments!  HAPPY WEEKEND!

Q: If you could “unread” a book, which one would it be? Is it because you want to start over and experience it again for the first time? Or because it was THAT bad? 



I’m sorry.  I am.  But I know my answer is going to be somewhat controversial.  I would unread what i got through of Crossed by Ally Condie.  This is the second in the Matched trilogy.  I enjoyed Matched, and got right intro Crossed.  But I just couldn’t do it.  The story took over 100 pages to pick up, and I really WANTED to like this book.  But I just could not get into it.  I couldn’t.

Anyway,  leave me your Feature and Follow Friday links!  Can’t wait to see ’em!
Also, this is probably a good time to have you guys check out my NEW Thursday Meme feature!  Who’s down to try it out? We start Thursday, read the post on that here.

This is our Meme Image we’ll be using 😉

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19 comments on “Follow Friday: 6/21/2012

  1. Oh no, It's a shame you didn't enjoy Crossed – I didn't mind Matched but have only recently purchased the sequel, just haven't had a chance to start on it.

    Thank-you for stopping by my FF 🙂

    Sharon @ Obsession with Books

  2. My pleasure Sharon! And I do hope you enjoy Crossed. I may try again one day.. I've done that before, sometime the timing is all wrong!

  3. I so badly wanted to. I really enjoyed Matched. Like I said, one day I'll try again, cuz I don't like stopping mid-series/trilogy/whatever

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