T5W: Books to read without synopsis.

I don’t usually read books without going through the synopsis. But there are some books where I wish I did, and so, today I’ll talk about them.

  1. Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card  

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This is a pretty good sci-fi story, and there wouldn’t otherwise have been much of a problem with going through it’s synopsis first. But the thing is, the synopsis of this book kind of gives the ending away. It made me so mad when I first read it.

2. The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams.


There really isn’t anything wrong with going through the synopsis of this one but I think this is a quirky, fun read that is best to go into blind.

3. The Strange and Beautiful Sorrows of Ava Lavender by Leslye Walton


This is a magical realism story, and with magical realism I think it is best to go into it blind. This is a great story, definitely would recommend.

4. The Light between Oceans.


This is a beautiful story that does not really require a synopsis to get into.

5.The Grownup by Gillian Flynn


This is actually just a short story, but it is one that is great to go in blind.


One thought on “T5W: Books to read without synopsis.

  1. ooh great post!! I didn’t bother reading the blurb for Ender’s Game funnily enough, cos I just knew I was gonna read it- I’m glad I didn’t now! And I’ve kinda decided to go into all of Flynn’s books blind now!!And that’s really good to know about Ava Lavendar- cos that’s on my tbr 😀

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