I can’t decided what my least favourite book by a favourite author is. Mostly because I can’t pick an author.
I’m very out of sorts this evening and that doesn’t help.
And of course I don’t think I have a favourite ever author I’ve read every single one of their books and I go buy the next one the very second it comes out and drop everything to read it immediately any more.
I’d be a bit like that if John Green wrote another book. But I’ve not read everything he’s written. I’m putting off reading Will Grayson, Will Grayson because I don’t want to have read everything he’s written and not have anything left waiting for me to try for the first time. I really should just suck it up and read it because I’m sure it’ll be good and there’s no point waiting for a special day to read it. Perhaps I’ll take it on the train tomorrow. But immediately I’m thinking no to that. So I probably won’t.
My least favourite John Green book is hard to pick because I’ve enjoyed them all a lot. The Fault In Our Stars was my favourite, closely followed by An Abundance of Katherines. If I had to pick a least favourite it’d pretty much just be a coin toss between the other two (Paper Towns and Looking for Alaska) and I think I’ll go with Looking for Alaska.
Listing Looking for Alaska as my least favourite book by a favourite author might give the wrong impression though because it was still a good book and I enjoyed reading it and thought it had a great story line. The others were just marginally better. Very marginally.