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Which book did you hate so much, you want to get hypnotherapy to purge it from your mind?

 
  215 votes, 15.9%

 
  213 votes, 15.7%

I haven't read any books that bad.
 
  148 votes, 10.9%

If I hate a book I stop reading it (write-in)
 
  80 votes, 5.9%

The Vampire Diaries by L.J. Smith (write-in)
 
  29 votes, 2.1%

The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins (write-in)
 
  25 votes, 1.8%

Evermore (write-in)
 
  23 votes, 1.7%

eat, pray,love (write-in)
 
  23 votes, 1.7%

Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger (write-in)
 
  21 votes, 1.5%

Matched (write-in)
 
  20 votes, 1.5%

Evermore by Alyson Noel (write-in)
 
  20 votes, 1.5%

The Fallen Series (write-in)
 
  16 votes, 1.2%

 
  13 votes, 1.0%

Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand (write-in)
 
  12 votes, 0.9%

Fifty Shades Series and Twilight Series (write-in)
 
  12 votes, 0.9%

None
 
  11 votes, 0.8%

Dear John (crap ending!) (write-in)
 
  11 votes, 0.8%

 
  11 votes, 0.8%

the lovely bones (write-in)
 
  10 votes, 0.7%

Looking For Alaska (write-in)
 
  10 votes, 0.7%

hush hush (write-in)
 
  10 votes, 0.7%

The Claiming of Sleeping Beauty by Anne Rice (write-in)
 
  10 votes, 0.7%

Switched (write-in)
 
  9 votes, 0.7%

Little Women. (write-in)
 
  8 votes, 0.6%

Shiver (write-in)
 
  8 votes, 0.6%

House of Night (write-in)
 
  8 votes, 0.6%

Gabriel's Inferno by Sylvain Reynard (write-in)
 
  8 votes, 0.6%

lord of the flies (write-in)
 
  8 votes, 0.6%

Mockingjay (Susanne Collins}
 
  7 votes, 0.5%

idk (not a book I just don't know) (write-in)
 
  7 votes, 0.5%

Hatchet (write-in)
 
  7 votes, 0.5%

Animal Farm (write-in)
 
  7 votes, 0.5%

The Mortal Instrument series (write-in)
 
  7 votes, 0.5%

Allegiant (Divergent series) by Veronica Roth (write-in)
 
  6 votes, 0.4%

 
  6 votes, 0.4%

The Old Man and the Sea (write-in)
 
  6 votes, 0.4%

 
  6 votes, 0.4%

A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man by James Joyce (write-in)
 
  6 votes, 0.4%

Wuthering Heights byEmily Brontë (write-in)
 
  5 votes, 0.4%

The Scarlet Letter (write-in)
 
  5 votes, 0.4%

Blue Bloods by Melissa de la Cruz (write-in)
 
  5 votes, 0.4%

Kite Runner (write-in)
 
  5 votes, 0.4%

anything by Nicholas Sparks (write-in)
 
  5 votes, 0.4%

The Great Gatsby - F. Scott Fitzgerald (write-in)
 
  5 votes, 0.4%

The Trial by Franz Kafka (write-in)
 
  4 votes, 0.3%

Any "You can fix your life with positive thinking" self help book (write-in)
 
  4 votes, 0.3%

Four Blondes by Candace Bushnell (write-in)
 
  4 votes, 0.3%

The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown (write-in)
 
  4 votes, 0.3%

Fallen (write-in)
 
  4 votes, 0.3%

Crossed (write-in)
 
  4 votes, 0.3%

Dark Angel (write-in)
 
  4 votes, 0.3%

Running With Scissors (write-in)
 
  4 votes, 0.3%

Dead Until Dark by Charlaine Harris (write-in)
 
  4 votes, 0.3%

The English Patient (write-in)
 
  4 votes, 0.3%

The Notebook (write-in)
 
  4 votes, 0.3%

The Maze Runner (write-in)
 
  3 votes, 0.2%

Brave New World by Aldous Huxley (write-in)
 
  3 votes, 0.2%

Nevermore by James Patterson (write-in)
 
  3 votes, 0.2%

The Decameron (write-in)
 
  3 votes, 0.2%

The Inheritance Cycle (write-in)
 
  3 votes, 0.2%

The Forest of Hands and Teeth by Carrie Ryan (write-in)
 
  3 votes, 0.2%

Beautiful Creatures (write-in)
 
  3 votes, 0.2%

Fifty Shades Freed (write-in)
 
  3 votes, 0.2%

Wicked (write-in)
 
  3 votes, 0.2%

The Last Battle (write-in)
 
  3 votes, 0.2%

Rage of Angels by Sidney Sheldon (write-in)
 
  3 votes, 0.2%

Once by Anna Carey (write-in)
 
  3 votes, 0.2%

Between by Jessica Warman (write-in)
 
  3 votes, 0.2%

The Knife of Never Letting Go (write-in)
 
  3 votes, 0.2%

The Coldest Winter Ever by Sistah Soldjah (write-in)
 
  3 votes, 0.2%

ac (write-in)
 
  3 votes, 0.2%

Fifty Shades of Grey, Twilight, and The Fault in our stars (write-in)
 
  3 votes, 0.2%

Insurgent (write-in)
 
  3 votes, 0.2%

Uninvited by Amanda Marrone (if you haven't read it, don't) (write-in)
 
  3 votes, 0.2%

The shack - William P. Young (write-in)
 
  3 votes, 0.2%

Everday by David Levithan (write-in)
 
  2 votes, 0.1%

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain (write-in)
 
  2 votes, 0.1%

Dracula the Un-Dead (write-in)
 
  2 votes, 0.1%

My Favorite Mistake by Chelsea Cameron (write-in)
 
  2 votes, 0.1%

Champion Marie Lu (write-in)
 
  2 votes, 0.1%

Heart of Darkness
 
  2 votes, 0.1%

Casual Vacancy by J.K. Rowling (write-in)
 
  2 votes, 0.1%

House of Night and the Abandon trilogy by Meg Cabot (write-in)
 
  2 votes, 0.1%

Fated (write-in)
 
  2 votes, 0.1%

The Fault in Our Stars (write-in)
 
  2 votes, 0.1%

Lockdown (Escape From Furnace #1) by Alexander Gordon Smith (write-in)
 
  2 votes, 0.1%

The Assassins Curse - Cassandra Rose Clarke (write-in)
 
  2 votes, 0.1%

The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho (write-in)
 
  2 votes, 0.1%

real (write-in)
 
  2 votes, 0.1%

The Valkyries by Paulo Coelho (write-in)
 
  2 votes, 0.1%

1984 by George Orwell (write-in)
 
  2 votes, 0.1%

Dance of the Dwarves by Geoffrey Household (write-in)
 
  2 votes, 0.1%

Beloved by Toni Morrison (write-in)
 
  2 votes, 0.1%

Moth Diaries (write-in)
 
  2 votes, 0.1%

Gone Girl (write-in)
 
  2 votes, 0.1%

Flowers for Algernon (write-in)
 
  2 votes, 0.1%

The Fault In Our Stars (write-in)
 
  2 votes, 0.1%

Jane Eyre - first time I EVER threw a book against a wall! (write-in)
 
  2 votes, 0.1%

Gone With The Wind (write-in)
 
  2 votes, 0.1%

war of the worlds (write-in)
 
  2 votes, 0.1%

crash (write-in)
 
  2 votes, 0.1%

Taking Chances by Molly McAdams (write-in)
 
  2 votes, 0.1%

Alice in Deadland by Mainak Dhar (write-in)
 
  2 votes, 0.1%

game of thrones (write-in)
 
  2 votes, 0.1%

The WineMakers Dinner (write-in)
 
  2 votes, 0.1%

Ninety Days of Genevieve (write-in)
 
  2 votes, 0.1%

Grasshopper Jungle (write-in)
 
  2 votes, 0.1%

Justine by M De Sade (write-in)
 
  2 votes, 0.1%

If Tomorrow Comes (write-in)
 
  2 votes, 0.1%

Beautiful Disaster by Jamie McGuire (write-in)
 
  2 votes, 0.1%

Emma By Jane Austen (write-in)
 
  2 votes, 0.1%

Life As We Knew It (write-in)
 
  2 votes, 0.1%

two little girls in blue (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Dodger (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

THE TENOR'S FALL by Paola A. Rodriguez (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

There is no dog (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Rebecca- Daphne du Maurier (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Glimmer (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

glimmer (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

watership down (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Island of the Blue Dolphins (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Is It Love: A Triangle Gone Square (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Kissed by an Angel series by Elizabeth Chandler (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Witch & Wizard by James Patterson (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Real Analysis (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Waiting for Columbus, by Thomas Trofimuk (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Seventeenth Summer (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Modelland by Tyra Banks (no, I didn't misspell the title...) (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

3cups of tea (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Real Katy Evans (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Fifty Shades of Grey and Twilight (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Hemlock Grove by Brian McGreevy (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

One Deadly Sister by Rod Hoisington (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

One Day by David Nicholls (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

As you like it (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

La Philosophie dans le Boudoir - Marquis de Sade (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

The Devil Wears Prada by Lauren Weisberger (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

selection (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Tale Of Two Cities - Charles Dickens (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

The girl with the dragon tattoo (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Other by Karen Kincy (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Attentat by Amélie Nothomb (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Divergent by Veronica Roth (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Naked Lunch - Wlliam S Burrows (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Lord and Lady Spy by Shana Galen (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

ancient evenings (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Poltergeist by Kat Richardson (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

The Morganville Vampires Rachel Caine, The Walking Disaster by Jamie McGuire, Wanted by Kelly Elliott (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Forbidden by Tabitha Suzuma (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Honor Student by Teresa Mummert (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Climax by Sexxa Kohl (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Love and Other Perishable Items (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Who Moved My Cheese? (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Plenilunio by Antonio Muñoz Molina (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Yes, Please by Amy Poehler! (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

The Final Warning (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Ethan Frome (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Gone Girl, Lolita, Heart of Darkness and the first 100 pages of fifty Shades of disgusting
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Ion by Liviu Rebreanu (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Candide by Voltaire (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Julemandens Død (the death of Santa Claus) (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Mrs. Dalloway (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Saturday by Ian McEwan (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

The Jungle (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

A Northern Light by Jennifer Donnelly (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Orange is the new black (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

The sense of an ending by Julian Barnes (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

The Boy in the Striped Pajamas by John Boyne (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

life of pi (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Cloud Atlas (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

I am a Genius of Unspeakable Evil and I Want to Be Your Class President (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

The Tortilla Curtain (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Of Mice and Men by Steinbeck (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Anne Rice, Interview with a Vampire (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

The Picture of Dorian Gray (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Memorias de un engaño (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

The Night Strangers by Chris Bohjalian (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Fighting Destiny by Amelia Hutchins (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Warriors of the Cross (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Night Circus (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Secret Keeper by Dannah Gresh and The Bible (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Nil (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Touching Spirit Bear by Ben Mikaelsen (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

turned (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

conversion (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Alas, Babylon and Peace Like a River (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Bullet by. Jade C. Jamison (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

The Marbury Lens (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Mirror of Her Dreams (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Don't Breathe A Word by Jennifer McMohan (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Just One Day by Gayle Forman (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

World According to Garp (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

A Confederacy of Dunces (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Half Bad by Sally Green (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Drought (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Dork Diaries (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Enchantress by James Maxwell (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

still waters by Emma Carlson Verne (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

ERAGON!!!! (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Halo Series by Alexandra Adornetto (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Lady of Hay (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

Nothing Lasts Forever: No Secret can Stay Buried.. by Vish Dhamija (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.1%

runaway by bobbi smith
 
  0 votes, 0.0%

I, Coriander (write-in)
 
  0 votes, 0.0%

The Sense of an ending by (write-in)
 
  0 votes, 0.0%

The Statistical Probability of Love At First Sight (write-in)
 
  0 votes, 0.0%

Pamela by Samuel Richardson (write-in)
 
  0 votes, 0.0%

Honor Student (write-in)
 
  0 votes, 0.0%

Feuchtgebiete
 
  0 votes, 0.0%

Tampa by Alissa Nutting
 
  0 votes, 0.0%

Delirium (write-in)
 
  0 votes, 0.0%


Poll added by: Shiran



Comments (showing 1-47 of 47) (47 new)

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message 1: by Marcella (new)

Marcella I have only read two of the books you listed and I loved them. I am not the best person to ask. LOL.

Btw, what the f*ck is up with that pic for this poll? Clowns freak me the hell out!!!


message 2: by Shiran (new)

Shiran So add a book in that you didn't like.

Hehe :P I know right? I thought it was appropriate.


message 3: by Marcella (new)

Marcella I haven't read any books that I can think of that were that awful.

Next time give a girl some warning. I really don't like clowns. *shivers*


message 4: by Shiran (new)

Shiran Lucky you! :P

:P it's just a clown... in fact it's Ronald :P I never understood that fear of clowns thing. I mean I watched IT and all but I still don't get it.


message 5: by Marcella (new)

Marcella Well everyone has their own fears and clowns are mine. And frogs. Yuk!


message 6: by Shiran (new)

Shiran Hahaha frogs? :P Don't worry I can function if I see a scorpion. Nothing like an irrational fear to make you look like a weirdo :P


message 7: by Marcella (new)

Marcella Yes frogs. The sound they make is so creepy. And when there are a lot of them making that noise, ugh. Gives me the heebee geebees.


message 8: by Ralph (new)


message 9: by Caye (new)

Caye WHY IS HUNGER GAMES INCLUDED THERE

Lol sorry. Heavily-biased HG fan here.


message 10: by Marcella (new)

Marcella I just noiced HG was there too. I got distracted by the freaky ass clown.

Why would you list HG Shiran?


message 11: by [deleted user] (new)

I actually like a couple of those books a lot! lol
Haven't read most of them though, mostly to avoid the WTF am I reading scenario^^


message 12: by Ariie (last edited Oct 03, 2012 09:43PM) (new)

Ariie Chan Little Women wasn't horrible, it was just 98% boring. Maybe that's because I read it when I was seven, but my taste in books hasn't changed since I started reading them, and I'm fifteen now.

The Hunger Games wasn't horrible either - for sure it was the best book in the entire series though, because Mockingjay was complete and utter bullshit, and not just because I'm a GaleKatniss shipper. However, it's definitely not the best book I've ever read. Far from it.

Eat, Pray, Love was awkward. My mom owns it. And it was just… Yeah, no.

I've never read Fifty Shades of Grey, but I know enough of it (snippets from the book + blogs + reviews) to know that it's a glorified piece of tripe complete with abuse, reasons to okay it, a never-ending amount of bad nonconsensual porn, and a main character I was smarter than at five years old who likes to use "inner goddess" to refer to her insanity (aka subconscious). Also, I write a lot better than E.L. James - her use of adjectives, punctuation and pretty much everything else makes me want to claw my eyes out.

I also know that it's Twilight fanfiction, which was the most horrible excuse of a book I've ever actually read in my entire life. Figures, right?


message 13: by Amarice (new)

Amarice Allll of them


message 14: by hebi-princess (new)

hebi-princess twilight but 50 shades of grey is a close second even though I've read only quotes.


message 15: by Catya (last edited Nov 29, 2012 08:36AM) (new)

Catya I really, really hated The Trial by Kafka. They made us read it in highschool for our A-level exams *shudder*
But Vampire Diaries was also pretty bad...

Actually some of those books listed are on my "fave books of all times"- list... XD Like Little Women and The Hunger Games


message 16: by Catya (new)

Catya Caye wrote: "WHY IS HUNGER GAMES INCLUDED THERE

Lol sorry. Heavily-biased HG fan here."


I was like that too, when I saw it XD


message 17: by Mariana (new)

Mariana How can I add The Things they Carried?


message 18: by Henry (new)

Henry I've never stuck with a book that bad.


message 19: by Cheryl (new)

Cheryl There are some books up there that does not belong up there, like who the hell hates Guilty Pleasures? The Anita Blake series are awesome! Ya'll are outta your freaking minds, but any who, all the books I have read or own, I love them all. I never buy or read a book that doesn't interest me, not in the least, even if it's only the cover, the title or both that draws me in cause mostly if neither the title or the cover doesn't catch my eyes, I will not buy it and if I did most likely I wouldn't like it.


message 20: by Lemon (new)

Lemon The Thief's Mistress by Yves Fey

Absolutely disgusting novel, a disgrace to the Robin Hood folklore. The mistress is a fucking whore who sleeps with a GUY (that's his name) 5 times after Robin confesses his love for her. GUY also fucked a young boy in the past. Why did I get the feeling the mistress only ended up with Robin hood because it was in the original story, when the author really wanted the bitch to end up with GUY? I've always had a distaste for blonde female Romance protagonists. But this one was just a bitch and i was forcing myself to like her cuz of her sad past..as soon as i got fresh air I started hurling from the bitch's stench...a WHOOOORE, the dumb author ruined the story of Robin and Marion but making Marion a cold hearted slut.

DON'T READ THIS BOOK IF YOU LOVE ROMANCE.


message 21: by Book'd (new)

Book'd I wish the list also had The Time Of My Life by Cecelia Ahern


message 22: by Czarina Svetlana (new)

Czarina Svetlana Across the Universe is amazing :O


message 23: by Raquel (new)

Raquel There's way too many choices for a poll.


message 24: by Indigo (new)

Indigo Candide by Voltaire.... just... BURN FROM MIIIIIIIIND!!!!!! Especially the pictures of the edition I had to read... TORTURE!


message 25: by Elizabeth (new)

Elizabeth Catya wrote: "I really, really hated The Trial by Kafka. They made us read it in highschool for our A-level exams *shudder*
But Vampire Diaries was also pretty bad...

Actually some of those books listed are on ..."


Ah, but how we outgrow the mandatory readings of our school days and, if lucky, recover those great books this side of maturity! Crazy to introduce the most anxiety inducing book ever written (it describes perfectly our fate, before it happened)to a bunch of bored school kids. What were the examiners thinking!!! This is a book that challenges minds that have already undergone formation, it cannot possibly be appreciated by adolescents.


Ellie [The Empress] Catya wrote: "Caye wrote: "WHY IS HUNGER GAMES INCLUDED THERE

Lol sorry. Heavily-biased HG fan here."

I was like that too, when I saw it XD"


Cause 12 people hate it? Everyone is entitled to an opinion. I personally love it and can't wait for the second movie!


message 27: by Diane (new)

Diane WHY IS LOOKING FOR ALASKA INCLUDED HERE


message 28: by Karen (new)

Karen Fifty shades of Grey. How this became a best seller is beyond me.


message 29: by Mia (last edited Oct 01, 2015 01:39AM) (new)

Mia Redgrave Fifty Shades of Grey without a doubt. I work in a bookstore and could not believe how popular it became in such a short amount of time. This and this alone made me curious enough to read it. I have regretted that decision ever since.


message 30: by Jazmine (new)

Jazmine The Assassins Curse, is the only book ive ever regretted buying.


message 31: by Martina (new)

Martina Heh, that's quite a list. I can't really add "The Castle" by Franz Kafka, since I hated the idea of reading the book so much I didnt open it. It was enough that I hated the movie, which was true to the book.

There are books, which I find really really bad, but I can't say I hated them, because for me to hate a book I would first have to like it. I could hate the books which destroyed my enjoyment of a series, but that wouldn't be it.

The only option for me to hate a book would be if it was really really bad and I was forced to read it anyway (that's why I can't read a lot of books I was expected to read at school)


message 32: by Nicole (new)

Nicole Banks I'm looking over this list kind of hard to believe some people actually don't like some of the books up on the list.

My vote was for Real Real (Real, #1) by Katy Evans

This book actually made me stop reading for a while...can you believe it?


message 33: by Sofia (new)

Sofia Theos I hated Everday by David L. It was so disgusting to me, I hated reading it and I hated thinking about it.


message 34: by Nicoleta (new)

Nicoleta (The Cover Hoarder) Ada or Ardour by Nabokov GAH I hate the damn incest >.<


message 35: by [deleted user] (new)

"Feuchtgebiete" (I don't know the English title, if there is one). I've only read the first few pages and it was the worst read of my life!


message 36: by Bonnie (new)

Bonnie She's Come Undone by Wally Lamb


message 37: by [deleted user] (new)

Madalina wrote: "Ada or Ardour by Nabokov GAH I hate the damn incest >.<"

I suspect there is something wrong with Nabokov.


message 38: by Leila (new)

Leila Morrison Touching Spirit Bear by Ben Mikaelsen, Fucking stupid.


message 39: by Trinity (new)

Trinity Any positive thinking book pisses me off, but I guess it just never really worked out with me. I have problems, but if it helps you, go for it! Also, I'd like to recommend the book You, which is nearly impossible to find. It's about a boy who tries to stop getting into fights, in part because his sister said she wanted to be like him when she grew up. It made me cry, and think and just wonder.


message 40: by Kamala (last edited Jan 01, 2015 09:21AM) (new)

Kamala Pertiwi I think "Evermore" by Alyson Noel is the worst book ever. Did she write this book in first grade or what??? Oh, and "Taking Chances" by Molly McAdams is also terrible. Don't read it! I repeat, DO NOT READ this book!


message 41: by Karen (new)

Karen Nicole wrote: "My vote was for Real - Real (Real, #1) by Katy Evans

This book actually made me stop reading for a while...can you believe it? "


*Shudders at thought of book that bad. And I thought I'd had it rough with that 50 Shades rubbish. All that did was drive me into another book!


Cheshire Cat [Heidi]~ We're All Mad Here ~ I though about doing the Across the Universe series, because it put some images in my head that I wish I could get rid of, *shudders*, but it wasn't actually bad, just a little uncomfortable.


Kay (Brigidsmomma) Compton Jane Eyre - I read it in Jr hi for a lit class, and absolutely hated it sooooooo much! It was the first (and so far the only) book I threw against a wall... It's been 40+ years and I STILL can't bear the thought of trying to read it!


message 44: by Ellie (new)

Ellie Hopefully one day we will forget the books.


message 45: by Sophie (new)

Sophie Yeah I'm very very easy to please so for the one's I've read I've loved or at least enjoyed but other than that I haven't read any of the other ones.


message 46: by Xiomara (new)

Xiomara I'm really confused as to why HG and TMI are listed here...sure, TID is better then TMI, but its still good and so is HG.


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Xiomara Champion should Marie Lu should also not be included on this list in my opinion


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