Book Unhaul (Part 1)

GOING ON (2).pngHello and happy Wednesday. Yes, you read that correctly, today’s post is going to be an unhaul, as in I’m going to talk to you about the books I’m getting rid of. I have a ton of books to unhaul, so I’m just going to share with you the rating I gave it and the reason I’m getting rid of it, or a one-sentence review of the book. Let’s get started!

Becoming Us by Amy Daws [x]

My rating: *

This book portrays and romanticizes an abusive relationship.

If I Break by Portia Moore [x]

My rating: **

The story was nothing special, super predictable.

The Espressologist by Kristina Springer [x]

My rating: **

I don’t like books about best friends betraying each other.

Forever by Judy Blume [x]

My rating: **

It was a bad book about sex…or a book about bad sex, or something like that.

Sending Jack Off to Jesus by Sara York [x]

My rating: ***

The author’s intentions were good, but not enough for me to keep this book occupying space in my Kindle.

The Boy Recession by Flynn Meany

My rating: ***

Kinda cute, but I felt like a 15-year-old reading it.

Art Criticism by Celeste Spettro [x]

My rating: ***

It was entertaining, but nothing memorable.

Remember Me by Melanie Batchelor [x]

My rating: ***

Probably my first NetGalley read. Also one of my first LGBTQ* reads. I didn’t enjoy the fact that’s written in verse.

Everything Changes by Samantha Hale [x]

My rating: ***

Another NetGalley LGBTQ+ read. Your typical coming out story.

Yes Please by Amy Poehler [x]

My rating: ***

Dear Amy Poehler, no thank you.

Every Day by David Levithan [x]

My rating: ***

This book reminds me of a very sad time in my life. It was a total disappointment and I haven’t recovered.

Did I Mention I Love You? by Estelle Maskame

My rating: ***

A NetGalley read I don’t really need to have around.

Populatti by Jackie Nastri Barderwerper [x]

My rating: ***

This too is a NetGalley read I don’t need anymore.

The Big, Not So Small, Curvy Girls Dating Agency by Ava Catori [x]

My rating: ***

A fat read that really didn’t do it for me.

Addicted to Love by Kathleen Murray [x]

My rating: ***

Don’t believe the title, this book is NOT about love.

I’ll stop right there and share part 2 of the unhaul sometime in the future, alright? Which of your books have you unhauled and why?

Happy reading!

Love, Miss Camila

2 thoughts on “Book Unhaul (Part 1)

  1. lissa says:

    I unhauled a tons of books and I pretty much forgot about them.

    ones that I remember are:

    the dragon with the chocolate heart by Stephanie Burgis – great cover, great idea but the book was a bit of a bore for me

    the lost city of bamarre by Gail Carson Levine
    – again great cover and I thought I would love this because there seems to magic but I was disappointed, it was a boring read

    for darkness shows the stars by diana peterfreund
    – this is suppose to be a retelling of jane austen’s persuasion but I didn’t like the characters, couldn’t connect with them and I think they took longer to get back to each other than necessarily

    have a lovely day.

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