The 5th Wave: This book was an utter disappointment for someone who really likes dystopian stories. I think that the concept was really nice and interesting but the execution was so poor that I thought the writer was an inexperienced/unschooled 20-something person - which he wasn't really... The writing is bad and I was majorly confused when they changed the narrative's perspective the first time because I thought the whole book was told from the view of the main girl. Also like practically all the dystopian stories: complete unnecessary heterosexual love story and I hate the way the writer describes the guy as some kind of perfect god. At first I liked the references to my favorite movies later on I felt like they were a lack of inspiration. I found so many things wrong with this book and there is a sequel (which i'm not gonna buy)
The Mortal Instruments: I have been a fan of the movie since I saw it in the cinema then they made it in a tv show and because I couldn't wait for it to finish I started reading the books in between. I love the depth of the characters and the demon-world combined with the mundanity. There isn't much to say about this except that everyone needs to start reading this series or well maybe not... if you want to have a life.
This was it~
Hope you all are better on track with your reading resolutions than I have been haha