T5W – Books You Were Spoiled For

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It’s that time of the week again when I bring you the Top 5 Wednesdays, created by gingerreadslainey. If you want to know how T5W works you can go to the Goodreads group by clicking here. This week theme is Books You Were Spoiled For. I’m one of that persons who sometimes doesn’t care about some spoilers but most of the times I really hate it. Let’s see the books that made this list 🙂

5.  Harry Potter – J. K. Rowling



You know what happens when you start reading Harry Potter really late (like in 2015)?? You end up spoiled. I really don’t care that I was spoiled for Harry Potter because in part it was my decision. I was the one who started reading the books way too late and watched the movies before so I’m the only one to blame one this one.

4. City of Glass – Cassandra Clare


I’m going to be honest here, I went to look for spoilers for this one years ago. I had a really good reason. Remember what happened in the end of City of Bones?? I had to know if it was true or not so I went to look for spoilers to get my answers.

3. Me Before You – Jojo Moyes



Another one I was spoiled because I wanted. I have yet to read this book but after watching the trailer last week (which, by the way, was heartbreaking as hell) I had to know if what was implied in the trailer really happens and I went to look for spoilers.  I promise this was worse years ago. Now I barely go look for spoilers on Google.

2. Life and Death: Twilight Reimagined – Stephenie Meyer


This is another one I was kind of expecting to be spoiled. The reviews I watched had spoiler warnings but I still watched them anyway and end up being spoiled. It’s not that I care a lot because as much as I loved Twilight I have no plans to read this book.

1. Allegiant – Veronica Roth


This is the actually the only book I was spoiled without wanting and I was mad because of that. Like a lot of people out there I was spoiled about a certain thing that happened in this book and I was not happy about it first because I didn’t want to know before reading the book and also because of what happened.

These are some of the books I’ve been spoiled for. What about you?

28 thoughts on “T5W – Books You Were Spoiled For

  1. It’s hard not to be spoiled for Harry Potter these days haha. But I guess a lot of people were spoiler for Allegiant and they were mad about it. Why can’t we all just keep the endings to ourselves?!

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  2. lol, when I finished watching City of Bones – before even thinking of reading the books – I typed on google “Are Jace and Clary really siblings?”, and I was so happy with the answer that I went out and bought the first book. Thank god for spoilers 😀

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    • I already accept that I will always be spoiled for the bigger series. I’m not worried on being spoiled in something like Game of Thrones and I was okay by knowing most of spoilers about Harry Potter when I started the books. We can’t run aways from that spoilers


  3. Someone spoilt Allegiant for me… and they hadn’t even read it! They just heard it from another friend who had read it. I was so annoyed!! I did the exact same thing for City of Glass. After City of Bones, I had to XD

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