Hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. This week is all about books I feel differently about after time has passed (more love, less love etc). I am going to split this into two parts – one part for books I have less love for now and one part for books I have more love for.
Books I have less love for
1. The Twilight Saga by Stephanie Meyer: When I was a young teenager I was obsessed with Twilight and anything to do with it. However, now that I am older I have realised how bad it actually was. I have realised that Edward was basically a stalker and that Bella was a pretty one sided heroine.
2. The House of Night Series by P.C Cast and Kristin Cast: This was another series which I loved when I was a teenager. Nowadays I have pretty much forgotten about it, which I never thought would happen.
3. The Morganville Vampires Series by Rachel Caine: I was pretty obsessed with anything to do with Vampires when I was younger. This series was one that I was pretty into but have since grown out of. I know the series is still ongoing but I won’t be reading them.
4. Beautiful Creatures by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl: I remember when I first read this book. I was hooked! But a few years have passed and I just don’t really remember it or find it at all mesmerising like I used to.
5. Isla and the Happily Ever After by Stephanie Perkins: I loved this book when I first read it, but after a while I realised how needy the character of Isla was and how flat and predictable the plot line was.
Books I have more love for
1. The Fault in Our Stars by John Green: This was obviously going to be on the list. I loved it when I first read and I have grown to love it more every time I have re read it.
2. All I Know Now by Carrie Hope Fletcher: All I Know Now is literally amazing and I always go back to it when I need some advice from everyone’s favourite big sister.
3. Let it Snow by John Green, Maureen Johnson and Lauren Myracle: I know this is a christmassy book, but I tend to back to it every year to relish in the festive stories.
4. You’re the One that I Want by Giovanna Fletcher: This was the first book by Gi that I read and every time I think about it or see it on my shelf I always remember that moment.
5. The Lost Boys by Lillian Carmine: I have read this a few times now and every time I become lost in the world of Joey and her boys. It is literally amazing and I’m surprised the author isn’t more well known.