This TTT (hosted by The Broke and the Bookish) is hard for me because I never really admit to myself when I have given up on reading a book. I never make that final decision not to read it. However, I have managed to pick some books that I will probably never read. Hence, I'm not committed to not reading them.
It pained me to even have to download the image of this book. This is just not my sort of book. I've also heard from many sources that, without taking the subject matter into account, it's not a good book.
2. Where She Went by Gayle Forman
I read If I Stay last year, and I wasn't as impressed by it as I was expecting to be. I know that people say you'll like Where She Went if you didn't like If I Stay, but I just don't think I'm going to get around to it.
3. The Host by Stephanie Meyer
I watched the movie for this book and I have to be honest and say that it didn't interest me all that much. The book is also 600 or so pages, so that's a lot of time to invest into something that I might not necessarily like. Another thing is that I think this is meant to have a sequel? But I know that it hasn't been published after like, 5 years or something. I don't want to finish this only to want the next book and have it never be released.
4. The Iron Daughter by Julie Kagawa
It's just been too long now since I read and was unaffected by The Iron King.
This kills me, because I enjoyed Seraphina. But, I heard some distressing (to me) news about the ending of this book, which obviously I can't say due to spoilers, and now I don't want to read it. It's very sad.
6. Unhinged by A. G. Howard
Some parts of Splintered were cool, but for some reason I just couldn't love it. I know I was in a bad reading place at the time I read it, and that could have been affecting my opinion, but I probably won't be picking up its sequel.
7. Shadow Kiss by Richelle Mead
I said it. I can keep saying that I'll get to this eventually, but I know the truth in my heart. I'm not going to be continuing the Vampire Academy series. If anything, I'll start the Bloodlines series instead.
8. The New Hunger or any other Warm Bodies books by Isaac Marion
I didn't fall in love with Warm Bodies, though I did enjoy it. I was happy with the way that it ended, so I don't see any need to read the other books.
That's my top