To me, even the word ‘intimidate’ itself is intimidating so there ought to be books that are intimidating as well, right? If I start browsing books thoroughly, I’ll soon be pretty busy compiling a very long list. Thus, the following list is pretty much top-of-the-head random. And I really, really want to read these. Ugh, the complications in life!
I went ahead and bought Delirium and Pandemonium back in December but I’ve only gotten so far as to stare at the series from time to time. Now I wait for the day I will actually dare to read it. Sigh.
The whole Adam-Warner thing and then the it’s-garbage-slash-I-lurrrv-it reviews have gotten me so confused that I had to distance myself from the Shatter Me series for a while.
The whole reason of wanting to read Hush, Hush is the curiosity which is boiling over the pan even right now. But then I hardly ever like angels in YA fiction so it ends up intimidating me instead.
Shiver. Maggie Stiefvater. Intimidating and intimidating. ‘Nuff said.
Heist Society series is so overly hyped that while I’m sure I’ll like it I just don’t want the option of not liking it. So I wait for it to go away.
I know I’ll read Just One Day before I read If I Stay and that’s mainly because of the intimidating factor. So there.
I try to not read genuinely fun books like Anna and the French Kiss because once I read it, the anticipation will be over. (You can go ahead and call me crazy now).
This Barney Stinson inspired category for intimidating books is perfect. The Book Thief is YA and it intimidates just like The Perks of Being a Wallflower did. There’s history involved.
The Iron King is so very popular and Julie Kagawa is so famous in the publishing world that I just can’t help feeling intimidated. So just… okay?
Vampire Academy is here because of well, vampires. I’ve become wary of any vampire characters not belonging to The Vampire Diaries or the Angel Creek series.
What books are on your list? Leave a link!