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Posted: 11 May 2013 at 8:36pm | IP Logged
I just hated Jane Eyre! Dead I could not finish it as much as I tried to. It's a dull, tedious story which in my opinion does not even move forward at a proper pace. Sleepy

I love reading and have always tried to finish every book I read (even if I did not like it) but Jane Eyre puts me off.

I used to be a huge fan of Little Women by LM Alcott. And out of curiosity and sheer attachment to its characters I bought other books in the series - Good Wives, Little Men and Jo's Boys were also kind of a let down for me. I did finish those books but they put me off so much that for a long time I did not even go back to remembering or re-reading Little Women.

Twilight sucks. I am sorry to offend its fans but I've never taken to the book or the movies.

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Originally posted by Aquilia_Aditi

Harry Porter Series is one which I cannot tolerate. No specific reasons. Its just that I hate it to the core. Urgh, I hate just the mention of it. :\


I kind of agree on HP series. I do not hate them but I do not find them great either. Not as great as the hype around them. Particularly the later books in the series seemed like a let down.

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Posted: 13 May 2013 at 7:57am | IP Logged
cant finish anita blakes vampire hunter series.. after one or two .. i hardly read few lines .. it was dragging 

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The Fifty Shades series !
My God, where is the story?



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Posted: 23 May 2013 at 6:54pm | IP Logged
Windmills of the Gods by Sidney Sheldon.
Read it about 20 years ago (in Swedish) and I have refused to read any more books by him.
 
My father had recieved the book as a prize, winning a small competion at his work. He did not have any interest in reading the book and gave it to me as I was and still am a book worm. I read the book being around 12-13 year old and it left permanent damage on my brain as their were few particular scenes of sexual nature which I hadn't expected. I was damn innocent at that age. I don't mind those scenes anymore but it was too much for my younger self. Hence never touched another book by Sidney Sheldon.

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Most of the stuff by Mills & Boon, Danielle Steele and Sidney Sheldon. There was a lot of hype surrounding his books when I was in school so I read a few and was not impressed at all. The only one I liked was Tell Me Your Dreams. Similarly Charles Dickens is another author I avoid. The misery seems to be never-ending in his books. And although I love historical romance I cannot stand Stephanie Laurens. Every single book of hers follows the same pattern: Chauvinistic Alpha-males & Egoistic stubborn beauties, seduction games, unwillingness to get married, danger, then finally happily ever after! Don't care much about Harry Potter & Twilight either.  

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Posted: 03 June 2013 at 4:49am | IP Logged
for me it will be Equus...
the worst book i have read in my life...
and thanks to my great school, had to read it...and it was nothing but a pure torture...ughh! =/

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Posted: 04 June 2013 at 12:57am | IP Logged
Haruki Marukami book don't remember name. When end read it one feeling was to trought it away. 
Haruki has genius writing style, but his storyline is too maniac for my brain..Stern Smile 

NEVER  will read his books!

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