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Top 5 Wednesday: Disappointing Eye Candy

It’s Wednesday so that means that it’s Top 5 Wednesday and this week’s topic is top five books with disappointing eye candy. To find more about Top 5 Wednesday’s you can join the goodreads group and discover the creator of the group Lainey. So let’s get started…

Number 5: Daughters Unto Devils by Amy Lukavics 

Daughters unto DevilsThe cover to this book is very beautiful but I just did not like this book. I am normally put off of horror but this was not that scary it was just a little creepy. I ended up unhauling it, I don't know I guess I was expecting more. 









Number 4: Why We Broke Up by Daniel Handler

Why We Broke UpThe cover to this is really simple but I really like it. However I didn't really like this book at all. I found so many things wrong with this book so...










Number 3: Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan

Nick & Norah's Infinite PlaylistLike the other two books, the cover for this book is really pretty especially as the cover only has words on it however the book just didn't live up to my expectations. I found the characters annoying and it did take me a long time to read for such a small book. 









Number 2: Eve by Anna Carey 

Eve (Eve, #1)I did actually like this book but I was running out of options so I included this one. The cover of this book is really beautiful although I don't know if the cover lived up to how I felt about it.










Number 1: What We Left Behind by Robin Talley 

What We Left BehindI was really excited about this book and this is represented in the cover, it is not afraid to make it known that it is a LGBTQ+ book and I love that. However I didn't love this book, I have a lot of problems with it and a review will be coming soon...








What are some of your disappointing eye candy? Leave them in the comments below. 

See you soon, 

Amy

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