Before I Fall by Lauren Oliver. I didn't like that book either which is surprising because i read Delirium and really really liked it
The Worst book I ever read is beyond a doubt Sign of the Beaver. Who the heck writes a book called Sign of the Beaver and who in the world thinks it qualifies as a good read for 6th graders? I hate that book for many reasons, one being that the teacher who forced me to read it was evil and forced you to read aloud if you looked like you weren't paying attention, which half the time I wasn't because I was 10 orso chapters ahead because I was reading but not absorbing. Another reason I hated the book so much was because that book was the first book I had ever been forced to read that I got nothing out of. I feel bad for any other person who hasto read it.
Another book that will not get a full paragraph of hate yet I still don't like at all is Jane Eyre. Bad book, too much analysis (thanks AP English), and boring plot (after 18 chapters, THEN there's a plot twist) made this one of those books that I will never read again, classic or not.
What was Sign of the Beaver about? :) It sounds like an odd title.
it was about this kid whose dad leaves him in a cabin in the woods while he goes hunting and this kid randomly meets this indian boy... and then all of the details are sketchy because I stopped paying attention and it has been a while.
Wow, that sounds kind of random, lol. :)
it was "Starman" from the Wayfarer Redemption series... I literally threw it across the room it pissed me off so much.
Watership Down i couldn't even finish, in retrospect the Twilight Saga is horrendous and i really did not like Evermore by Alyson Noel--i couldn't get passed the first few chapters
I feel the same about Evermore :p
the twilight series. also I hate Mark Twain's books.
Probably gonna get hated upon for this but I HATED Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy!
I love long train journeys because I get to do nothing except read but if I didn't have a 'thing' where I have to read the end of every book I start then I would have given up on chapter 2.
I wish I had.
It's the most nonsensical book ever! I swear the author just picked random strings of words and put them together on a page to see what happened. What was the point of that book?!
I think you majorly had to suspend your disbelief. If you managed to buy into what the author was doing, I think it was pretty funny and imaginative. I don't think it had much of a point beyond fun.
It's such a polarizing book though. Either you love it or hate it.
In my honest opinion, Lord of the Flies by William Golding is probably the only book I've ever truely despised.
I didn't enjoy the Immortals series by Alyson Noel. Ever strongly reminded me of Bella from Twilight. (Which I'm also not a serious fan of.)
And the last book in the Cirque Du Freak series, Sons of Destiny, by Darren Shan was horrible. The ending was complete and utter rubbish.