Diabetes- a book too sweet, like really sweet.
I'm drawing a blank so I'm off to a great start with this book tag. Maybe I'll get lucky with the next question.
Chicken Pox- a book you picked up once but will never pick up again.
I know this is an unpopular opinion but The Hate U Give. The writing style just didn't work for me. It was like walking on rocks in my bare feet although I may give the movie a try. I'm curious to see other people who weren't wowed by this book. Is it really the book that's totally amazing or is it the subject matter that is just amping the hype? This also goes for the two John Green books I DNFed An Abundance Of Katherines and Paper Towns. That author is just not for me. A book I have no desire to pick up the more I hear about it is Warcross.
Influenza- a contagious book that spreads like a virus.
The Fear Street books by RL Stine are my crack.
The Cycle- a book you read every month, year, or often.
Series fall into this category. I've only reread Harry Potter once and part of that was new since I never actually finished the series when I did the part reread. Once again I'd go with the Fear Street books because they are ridiculous and total fun.
Insomnia- a book that kept you up all night.
I'm trying to not read in bed at night so much because I have insomnia and reading longer than I should is just going to ruin the semi okay sleeping I've been having lately.
Amnesia- a book that’s forgotten and didn’t leave a powerful impression in your memory.
Thirteen Reasons Why which I read quickly but it just went poof with the wind.
Asthma- A book that took your breath away.
I guess the Betsy Taylor series because I laughed a lot while reading the books. I really need to get back to this series. I'm trying to blank what I accidentally spoiled myself with.
Malnutrition- a book that lacked food for thought.
The Belles was just so very blah. The concept of the book was interesting but I was just bored. It kind of has the same vibes as The Selection series but isn't as readable as that was.
Travel Sickness- a book that took you on a trip through time and space.
Since I literally can't think of any other books at least according to what I think this question means I'd have to go with Outlander. I read it long before the whole hype train and think I'll go back to it but I really want to get the Sword Of Truth series caught up on and finished. I think there's a spin off series but I have two more books in the original series. I just remember that I liked Claire and thought Jaime was an asshole so no I don't get the appeal of the dude.