It's finally Friday!
This week's question from Ginger at GReads is:
The Reviews We Don't Write: Have you ever read a book and not wanted to review it? Are some books too personal that we want to keep our thoughts our own?
There are books that I have read, the I struggle to write a review because either it didn't WOW me or I LOVED it so much that I have a hard time talking about it without giving spoilers. I'm also guilty of not finishing a couple books because I just couldn't get into the story.
Then there are the books that make me cry or I know will make me cry. For example, POP by Gordon Korman made me cry because it hit close to home for me. I know people who read it that were like "why did you cry?", and unless you have or have had a family member affected by the issue in this book, I can see how they wouldn't cry. Because cancer has affected so many family members, there are some books that deal with cancer that I am slow to read because it does hit close to home.