I see lots of hate for The Fault in Our Stars here, wow! I thought it was ok. Not great. Just ok. Something I'm not so interested to read again.
I did think Looking for Alaska was much better.
A series I didn't see mentioned was the Uglies series. Did anyone read that? It was...hmm, ok? There were some ideas I really liked, but it got bogged down by cliches and strange world-building. The fourth book in the trilogy (???) definitely didn't need to exist.
I only ever read one chapter of Twilight (after being told by a Twilight fan that my opinion didn't count because I'd never actually read the books), and it was just as awful as I'd expected. I did, for some reason, watch the first two films at home—not sober though (um, yeah I'm really too old for this stuff). The first one was bad enough to be funny, but the second one was just mind-numbingly boring.
Recently read Lady Midnight, first of a new trilogy in the The Mortal Instruments world. There were bits I liked, but the romance plot was simply painful and only looks to get even more so. And they made a character who should have just been gay into a bi/pan character just to throw an extra love triangle (er, love square? or is it a love pentagon by now?) in there.
Is The Magicians actually good? I read the first few pages and just wasn't impressed, but if it's one of those "better once you get into it" things I guess I could try again.