Wednesday, October 5, 2011

30 Days of Books - Day 12

Day 12 – A book you used to love but don’t anymore
When I started doing this "challenge" (maybe not a challenge to some since I'm not posting it everyday, but I am slowly answering all the prompts), I told my self I was never going to cop out. After all I could always be creative to come up with some type of answer, but I really am stumped with this one. I guess I'm not sure how you could fall out of love from a book.

Maybe the obvious answer is a book that you've reread where you didn't enjoy it as much the first time. Or one that you read and enjoyed, but something life changing occurred where you look back on it with a completely different perspective. But I just don't see how you could read something and love it, and not long after have your reviews completely change. I think it would be more of remembering something different maybe?

So basically, in case you couldn't guess, I'm not giving a book for this one. But I'm more than curious to hear if anyone can answer this one, or if I'm the only one who it doesn't quite make sense for.


  1. I think maybe some of the books I read as a kid might count. You know you thought the book was so wonderful when you were 10, but might not see it the same when you get older. I haven't reread any of those books lately so I can't give you an example!

  2. I'm with Linda... childhood books fit the bill here. I'm a teacher, and decided to reread some of the books I loved at my students' age. I cannot figure out what I saw in the *Redwall* series for the life of me.