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This Weeks Prompt
What is your take on DNF books. Do you review them? Choose not to review them?




My Answer
So for me it depends actually. I hate not finishing a book in the first place. The book has to be super duper bad for me to quit. For example, I just finished the book: The Other Boleyn Girl, and I wanted to quit that long, boring, book so many times. I pushed through though and when I was done I was wondering why? Why did I read a shitty book when there are so many good books out there? Because I really hate not finishing a book.


Anyway, back to the question, I will only review a book that I have read 75% of or more, otherwise I feel I can't really give my honest opinion or that I haven't given the book a fair shot. I think in the almost two years that I've been blogging, I've only ever reviewed two books I DNF. So that's not too bad.


But I do just want to say that I'm not the kind of person that will get upset if I see other bloggers giving a review for a book they only read a little of. Everyone is entitled to their thoughts and feelings. I mean, everyone is different and that's what makes the world go around. 

What's your thoughts on DNF books? Let me know below and have a great weekend! 











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