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Re: What Books Do You Dislike?
i agree with the Twilight hatred. i got the books for my birthday a couple years back. the writing style and grammatical errors i found made me give up the first book after 3 chapters. Sadly though my friends are Twitards and i have been dragged to every movie. I also have to put myself in the anti-Moby Dick group. I hated it same as much of the mandatory high school reading.
i'm probably going to be hated for this, but another book i couldn't get into was Fahrenheit 451. Maybe it was just the timing in which i read it, but i couldn't keep focused on it. I was thinking of giving it another chance now that i'm older.
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