Vampire and pararom novels, such as:
- Twilight Series – Stephanie Meyer. Dunno, its just that i’m not into Edward nor Bella. And most of the reviews i read throwed not-likely-good comments about the books and the movie. Its not like i avoid vampire themes, i read The Historian and i want to read Dracula from Bram Stoker, but i think the original storytelling of vampire things more interesting than the modern one.
- The Mortal Instruments and Infernal Devices Series – Cassandra Clare. First, it was pararom theme. Then, it was series. Its was kinda fanfiction too, isn’t it? I think i’ve heard it from someone.
Just don’t wanna read it
3. Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy – E.L James. Like i told you above, i just don’t wanna read it.
Detective, thriller and mystery
4. Sherlock Holmes – Arthur Conan Doyle. There are many of my friends from my book-blog club loves Sherlock Holmes. Loves Benedict Cumberbatch. I used to read a simple-theme books but this series was not. But maybe its just the case that i still doesn’t give these books a try.
5. Agatha Christie Novels. Why are there so many detective’s novels as a long series??
- Detective Conan – Aoyama Gosho. Its not like i haven’t read this manga series. I just cant excitingly enjoyed the manga. Too-long means too much for me.
7. Star Trek series. I dont live in Star Trek era and never been introduced to Star Trek.
- Star Wars series. Idem reason.
The content and its physical appearence intimidates me
- Cloud Atlas – David Mitchell. What was this book about? No one ever share it with me but maybe when i have much time and it catch my mood, i’ll try to read it.
- Negeri 5 Menara or The Land of Five Towers – A. Fuadi. A local (an indonesian) trilogy novels. Once a while, motivation novels booming in Indonesia and its just like i’m tired of the pattern and the writing. Sorry to say but no offense.