Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created at The Broke and the Bookish.
This week’s topic is Top 10 Books You Wish Had More/Less “X” In Them. I decided that one of the things I really really dislike in books is insta-love. There is no way after “knowing” the person for a day you would ultimately risk your life for him or there thoughts are just filled with how much love they have for the person. Like, chill. I mean, maybe it makes sense in YA novels because you know teenagers and hormones and stuff like that. But when it gets in the adult stage it’s unrealistic, is it not? I want to see the relationship building. I want them to be nervous and shy.
Fifty Shades of Grey // Twilight // Slammed // Delirium // Shatter Me
Honorable Mention: Everything Everything
Another thing that I dislike in novels is love triangles. It seems to be a trope in YA novels to have love triangles. They are so over done. There have only been a few that I have enjoyed. The Grisha trilogy was one that I enjoyed but I still decided to list it down below. Another good one was in the Kiss of Deception because you don’t know who is who. I don’t know if that gets annoying in the second book as I haven’t read that one yet.
The Hunger Games // Twilight // Shadow & Bone // Red Queen // The Wrath and the Dawn
Do you agree or disagree? What would you add to the list?