5 Book Sequels That Have Disappointed Me

5disseqFor me there are always a few books in their series/trilogies/duologues that disappoint me. I’ll read the first book and then when the time comes around to read the second book, sometimes even further into the series, I find that I’m left disappointed. Either I don’t like where the story is going, the writing, or just the plot of the sequel(s).

I’ve actually gotten into the habit of starting a lot of series but never end up reading the rest of the sequels because I’m legitimately afraid that the second book will ruin the first one for me. Reading a sequel that was a disappointment has actually resulted in me not enjoying the first book as much. Here are 5 book sequels that have disappointed me.


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December Wrap Up & #ReadWomen Final Update

Hello! If you didn’t know, for the month of December there was a reading challenge over on tumblr. The sole purpose of this challenge was to only read books written by women, in support of women. I’m actually writing this as a December Wrap Up to save time and energy.

The books I read this past month have all written by women! I usually read books what are written by females anyway, but still. – These are the books that I’ve read for the Read Women challenge (all books are listed in the order that I read them): Continue reading

The Suffering by Rin Chupeco | Book Review #34

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Seventeen-year-old Tark knows what it is to be powerless. But Okiku changed that. A restless spirit who ended life as a victim and started death as an avenger, she’s groomed Tark to destroy the wicked. But when darkness pulls them deep into Aokigahara, known as Japa’s suicide first, Okiku’s justice becomes blurred, and Tark is the one who will pay the price…’

First you should know that The Suffering is the second book to The Girl From the Well. The Suffering takes a few years after The Girl From the Well ends.

One thing is clear from the start: there is so much character growth in Tark. We don’t know what happened in those years between this book and the last. It’s like Tark’s matured a lot and I really like him now, to be honest.

I was told that The Suffering is considerably creepier than The Girl From the Well, and they were right!! Holy crap, did this book ever creep me out. I actually had to stop reading this book due to its creepiness. Continue reading