Feature Follow 9/8/2016
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This Week’s Question
Have you ever disliked or felt “meh” about a book only to later change your mind and love it? Megan @ Love Literature Art and Reason
Ruby Lee says…
The Cell by Stephen King. It took me a couple of tries to get past the first three chapters but once I did, it was an amazing story. I listened to it on audio and loved it.
Kat Mandu says…
I guess the only one that’s come close to it would be Harry Potter & The Order of the Phoenix. When I first read it, I honestly thought, “my god, Harry is a whiny little brat” because he was always so angry and mean and antisocial through the whole book. But I suppose after the events of Harry Potter & The Goblet of Fire, it’s easy to understand why he’s so emotional. Still, it’s my least favorite in the series still.
Invested Ivana says…
The first time I read Greywalker by Kat Richardson, I didn’t think I liked it. But scenes from that book kept running through my mind months after. When someone whose tastes are usually compatible with mine said she liked the book, I decided to give it another try. I reread Greywalker, and then the rest of the books in the series that were published at that time. And I liked it just fine. However, I haven’t kept up with the series, so maybe that’s telling. I can’t figure out why I wouldn’t like it; it seems right up my alley.
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