Least Favourite Books of 2017

I had a pretty good reading year with a total of 43 read book or 44 if I manage to finish Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone until New Year’s Eve. I’m very content with most of the stories I’ve discovered this year and I’m very excited to write a post about the best books I read in 2017. However, there’s always the other end of the spectrum because you may also come across stories you don’t particularly like whether you weren’t the target audience or you just didn’t resonate with what you read.

I don’t feel comfortable with the so-called term “worst books of the year” because I’m sure that what I dislike in a book, another person from across the world may love, so the following works of fiction are just my least favourite books of 2017. Bear in mind that I won’t repeat what I’ve already written in each review, but if you want to learn more about these books, please check out the links to each book. For Zorro and Chiriaș la Cluj, I’m going to leave the links to the Mid-Year Book Tag and Series I Won’t Be Finishing post, where you can find a few pieces of information about these two books I’ve read and reviewed in Romanian.

Zorro by Isabel Allende

Maggie Elisabeth Harrington by D.J. Swykert

Wild Child by Mike Wells

George the Orphan Crow and the Creatures of Blossom Valley by Helen Fox

Chiriaș la Cluj by Marius Oliviu Iacob

Which are your least favourite books of 2017?

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