Have you ever truly hated a book?
Ok. I'll say it. I read the entire Bible. It was very boring and poorly written in general, (except Psalms). I had to read Moby Dick for school. What idiot teacher would choose that over all the incredible books?
Any book Written by a liberal and/or Charles Darwin
Rachel Carson: silent spring.
Tenth grade. The Scarlet Letter. Hawthorne is a fucking chore to read.
Fucking Hawthorne I was going to say the same thing.
Paradise Lost😱 can't stand anything to do with that
The Catcher In The Rye
Just read that book and though it lacked a solid plot, it was actually a very interesting read and felt like he was sitting there telling us his story
Omg yes. The Scorch Trials. It is the first book I DNF'd intentionally (not due to busy life) in my adult life. Since then, I have DNF'd It (so boring.. but technically i was listening, not reading) and The New Baby Answer Book (useless compared to every other baby book ever).
I'm surprised no one has made a bible joke yet
I was considering it
The Old Man and the Sea.
Ha! The only Hemingway book I actually liked.
Actually it was a coin toss for me between that and The Sun Also Rises.
The Cure for All Diseases, Hulda Regehr Clark, 1995.
A few years back my niece was required to read A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens for school. Throughout her reading she frequently stated her dissatisfaction with the book. Her mother, trying to prove a point, asked me to read it to see how bad it really could be. I read the entire book and it was genuinely boring to say the least. It is the only book I have ever hated in my life.
A Tale of Two Cities was one of my favorites! How can anyone find it boring?