Tuesday Talks: What Do You Deal With Books That Have Been Spoiled For You?


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Today’s topic is: What Do You Deal With Books That Have Been Spoiled For You?

Uh-oh! You’re reading the most epic book ever but then you log onto the Internet and you come across the horrible thing known as a spoiler. OR your best friend spills the beans before you even make it to that part.

We’be all been there. I’ve been there plenty of times myself. So what to you do when it comes to books being spoiled?

Well, it depends on the book and what the spoiler is. If it’s say the big bad thing that occurs in Allegiant, that ruined it for me. Not only was that a major spoiler but it killed the books because of what happened.

On the other hand, if it wasn’t that big a deal but still counts as a spoiler usually won’t keep me from continuing the books. An example of this would be a predictable plot twist or the color of the sky.

It is rare when I don’t finish a book so normally I just keep reading. Sometimes a spoiler can make it easier to finish because you know something interesting is going to happen or that everything will be okay in the end.

How about you? What do you do when books are spoiled for you?


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