Book Blogger Hop: What’s the ONE super-hyped book you’ll NEVER read?
This week's question:
What’s the ONE super-hyped book you’ll NEVER read?
There are actually two books/series that come to mind: Fifty Shades of Grayby E.L. James and The Twilight series by Stephenie Meyer (I am NOT a vampire fan). While normally I don't like to say I'll never read a certain book (because you never know how you might feel later), I'm sure those are two I will never read.
There is my answer, what is yours? Please share in a comment below.
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