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I, quite frankly, am sick of books set in either America or England. There’s nothing wrong with the countries but it’s gotten so tiring, and I am itching for books to change scenery. Open your horizons, dear authors; set your books elsewhere, like India or China or Australia or Spain or Greece or Egypt – the possibilities are endless!
Confessed by Anonymous

I, quite frankly, am sick of books set in either America or England. There’s nothing wrong with the countries but it’s gotten so tiring, and I am itching for books to change scenery. Open your horizons, dear authors; set your books elsewhere, like India or China or Australia or Spain or Greece or Egypt – the possibilities are endless!

Confessed by Anonymous



I think that Catching Fire is the best book in the trilogy.
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I think that Catching Fire is the best book in the trilogy.

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When I started reading Divergent at first I didn’t like the way it was written at all. I thought that the situations weren’t explained very well and I could never completely understand how much time has passed between chapters, but after i read through the couple chapters I completely sunk into it. I have read the trilogy multiple times and I love it.
Confessed by Anonymous

When I started reading Divergent at first I didn’t like the way it was written at all. I thought that the situations weren’t explained very well and I could never completely understand how much time has passed between chapters, but after i read through the couple chapters I completely sunk into it. I have read the trilogy multiple times and I love it.

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I love how in The Hunger Games trilogy there are little things that bring all three books together. Like little references or some sentences that are repeated multiple times or situations that aren’t explained until the next book. I really enjoyed those things when I noticed them.
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I love how in The Hunger Games trilogy there are little things that bring all three books together. Like little references or some sentences that are repeated multiple times or situations that aren’t explained until the next book. I really enjoyed those things when I noticed them.

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I haven’t been able to read the newer YA books lately. The prospect of another likely love triangle puts me off. 
Confessed by runthroughthestorm

I haven’t been able to read the newer YA books lately. The prospect of another likely love triangle puts me off. 

Confessed by runthroughthestorm



I know that love is a powerful, powerful thing, but it’s just so focused on in dark survival settings. I know you can find love in a shattered world, but that definitely shouldn’t be your main priority. It should be surviving, living until the next day and protecting the people around you. NOT a love triangle or a passionate love affair with a tall, dark and handsome guy. You should actually have problems with a relationship, because your mind is on something else entirely.
Confessed by liveanotherslife

I know that love is a powerful, powerful thing, but it’s just so focused on in dark survival settings. I know you can find love in a shattered world, but that definitely shouldn’t be your main priority. It should be surviving, living until the next day and protecting the people around you. NOT a love triangle or a passionate love affair with a tall, dark and handsome guy. You should actually have problems with a relationship, because your mind is on something else entirely.

Confessed by liveanotherslife



I don’t like Looking for Alaska. No one in my family, friends or people I just know has died so maybe you would think I don’t know that kind of pain. My boyfriend lost his ex gf to a illness a year ago and I know how much can the pain be, more when your loved one was the one who lost. I don’t like that book because for me, it’s unrealistic how Miles deals with Alaska’s death.
Confessed by Anonymous

I don’t like Looking for Alaska. No one in my family, friends or people I just know has died so maybe you would think I don’t know that kind of pain. My boyfriend lost his ex gf to a illness a year ago and I know how much can the pain be, more when your loved one was the one who lost. I don’t like that book because for me, it’s unrealistic how Miles deals with Alaska’s death.

Confessed by Anonymous



I used to love The Mortal Instruments until my friend became obsessed and won’t shut up about them. Now everytime I hear the book name, I cringe!
Confessed by Anonymous

I used to love The Mortal Instruments until my friend became obsessed and won’t shut up about them. Now everytime I hear the book name, I cringe!

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The Fault in Our Stars is incredibly overrated.
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The Fault in Our Stars is incredibly overrated.

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I get teary-eyed whenever I think of Severus Snape.
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I get teary-eyed whenever I think of Severus Snape.

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