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Top 10 Books I'll Probably Never Read

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I feel a little bad saying I'll NEVER read a book. It takes away that magical unknown that someday, I could read anything. However, realistically, I know there are tons of books I'll probably never read. But that list was too long, so I give you:



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  1. Ha, I'm right there with you on Twilight. I haven't read the first book, but I'm pretty sure it's not my thing. And the movies are terrible.
    A few of those I've seen the movie too (GwtW, Notebook) but I have no desire to read the book.

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    1. I generally prefer to read the book before seeing the movie because it can taint the reading experience, but in these cases, the movies alone (or nothing at all) are fine. :)

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  2. Yay!!! I'm not the only one who thought The Notebook is terrible. I hate that every girl seems to think it's the best thing ever.

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    1. Haha, yes, you're not alone! A Walk to Remember wasn't bad, but no Notebook. :)

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  3. I liked the Notebook :) And even better, The Wedding. And the Fault In Our Stars??? One of the very,very few books I actually cried over

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    1. There's one called The Wedding?! *runs away* Perhaps I'm a little picky about my romances? ;)

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  4. hahaha several of your books are ones i not only read, but enjoyed ;)
    i've heard that the book version of Wicked was SUPER weird and not at all like the musical. I was going to read it but then decided not to lol. also, the ending is apparently different (thanks to the person behind me at the theatre who ruined it for me).

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    1. Haha, I'm starting to suspect I'm just not romantic enough for some of these (or too lazy to read them once I've seen the film). ;) Luckily, no one was talking when I saw Wicked in Philly, though we did have folks across the aisle come in late during the first song. I remember reading something similar about the book being different.

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