I've already shared with you before, I can't DNF books. If you don't know what DNF means, it stands for 'did not finish' - you decide that you aren't going to finish the book, no matter how much it begs you... You just put it down and never finish it again.
I mentioned before that there were a few books that I hadn't finished yet - books that I'd put down and just haven't gotten around to picking up again, but definitely will. So these are the five books that I really wish I'd just said no to, because I hated them so utterly and completely.
5) 'Hot Feminist' by Polly Vernon
4) 'Morning Star' by Pierce Brown
3) 'Ferryman' by Claire McFall
2) 'Flight To Eternity' by J. R. Harrison
I had to finish it, because it was only just over a hundred pages and if I'd given up I would have been a failure. But 'Flight To Eternity' really hurt my brain.
1) 'Only We Know' by Simon Packham
'Only We Know' is the story of a transgender girl who gets outed as transgender. However, her being transgender is kept a secret until the end of the novel, so it's used to maximise the shock value. Any book that uses someone's gender as a plot twist is absolute garbage, and I wish I'd stopped reading 'Only We Know' so it wouldn't still make me so unbearably angry. Grr.
I hope you enjoyed this Top Five Wednesday! Would you recommend I stop finishing books I hate, or do you also struggle to DNF a title?