Feature & Follow Friday #11


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Q: How do you handle a book you don’t like? Do you DNF or do you power through?


If there's a book I really don't enjoy then I usually DNF. I'm not proud of it, so I try to finish every book that I read, but with some books, I really got a feeling that it's mission impossible. 
I remember that I had really hard time with House of Night series, and I've read first book just for a joke and I challenged myself to see how many books in the series I can read :D I couldn't handle it anymore on book 5. I'm sorry if there's any fan of House of Night series reading this, but I just don't like it at all.

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  1. Ohhh I remember that series too! I read the first one and that one was kind of a struggle to get through!! Ended up finishing that one though but decided one was enough! I loaned my copy to a friend a few years ago, haven't gotten it back and don't really care too! Along with another she borrowed!

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  2. Ouch sorry about that. I'm not at all interested in reading that series either so don't feel bad for not liking it.

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  3. I always continue through on books because I don't like missing out on things. I'm a bloglovin follower.

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  4. Haha, I had the first House of Night book but thought it looked dumb, so I gave it away. Glad I'm not missing out on much. ;)

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  5. Usually I will give a book 50-100 pages before I DNF if I'm not enjoying it. I used to power through but I no longer have the time and it turned reading into a chore. There are too many books on my tbr pile for me to feel guilty and I'm picky about what I read, so only have 1 DNF so far! I have the same problem with House of Night, I'm at book 6 and it seems to be dragging to much for me to remain interested.

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  6. I sometimes feel guilty about DNFing books, but then I remember all the possibly great books that are waiting to be read. Old follower.

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  7. I have a 33% mark rule. It used to be 25, but I upped it ;-) If I still can't get into it it will usually turn into a DNF. But that's rare

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  8. I hate to not finish a book. It does happen occasionally though. I always give it my best effort before giving up.
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  10. I hate to DNF. It makes me feel guilty, but sometimes there's just no other option.

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