now weve all had a book weve picked up and had to put down for many reasons, the last one for me was nation, i know a lot of people enjoyed this book but thats the crux of it, some people might enjoy a book others wont finish it as they just cant get into it, wot book have you put down
measuring intelligence by exam results is like measuring digestion by turd length
I've recently put down Eclipse by Stephanie Meyer which is the third book in the Twilight Saga.The reason I put it down was because i was getting sick of Stephanie Meyer's writing style and i really hated the character of Edward Cullen so he also influenced me to put down the book.And another book I put down about 2 years ago was The Fellowship of the ring by J.R.R. Tolkien I think i put that one down because the writer described things too much so that in the end I couldn't get a good mental picture and because the book was pretty big and the print was tiny.
Do you know the Buffy fan?The Buffy fan,the Buffy fan.Do you know the Buffy fan?The one who is extremely obsessed.
I may get it in the neck from certain people, but the diary was totally boring. If it wasn't for the subject matter, and the horrific events it portrayed, I doubt it would have been published.
As for Don Quixote, the book would have been a lot more interesting if he'd fallen off his donkey, got concussion and been confined to bed - where he subsequently spent his last few remaining days discerning patterns from the wallpaper, or flames from the fire.
Going to my school was an education in itself. Which is not to be confused with actually getting an education (Schultz)
Too many to even list! A few I remember, The Dome by Stephen King, Twilight, Eragon (I think that was the name of it), dozens of mysteries my mom has lent me, dozens of new books from the library that I just grabbed to try. If it doesn't hook me in the first few pages, it gets tossed aside.
“It is the peculiar nature of the world to go on spinning no matter what sort of heartbreak is happening.” ― Sue Monk Kidd, The Secret Life of Bees: