The Dumbest and Tiresome Book U Had Ever Read?
slasian: The dumbest and most boring book I had ever read in my life is
Emma by Jane Austin, I am trying to finish it for the past two years it is the most... I cannot even describe my disgust how could she right it?
Python aka Casanova: history of the decline and fall of the roman empire. "greatest accomplishment in the English language..." also the most boring accomplishment.
xxzero: dumb but funny..the hitchhickers guide to the galaxy..gets a bit boring and really dumb..after book three..
slasian: Tony, how could Dan Browns book be boring (if u claim the idea dumb at least that's ur opinion)
xxzero: i also missed the point about dan brown books(excluding the last one)..
hitchhhickers is intentionally dumb..and fun in a very monty python style of humor..gets only dumb and lost a lot of fun in the last books (just like monty python last seasons on television)..
a short resume of the plot..
"Waking up one morning, a British man named Arthur Dent awakes and find his house is going to be demolished. But for Arthur, the demolition of his house is only the beginning, Arthur's friend eccentric Ford Prefect reveals to Earth that he is not human and he is a alien from a planet called Bettleguise and is a researcher of a electronic book called "The Hitch-Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy". Ford saves Arthur when Earth is wiped out by the Vogons who have demolished the Earth to make way for a new intergalactic motorway."
also another tiresome book to read is tolstoi..war and peace (not exactly a book to be read in one night)..
slasian: The Hitchhiker… yes it is dumb. But WAR AND PEACE, man it’s really a book. It might not be a catchy one like today’s escape literature type but it is some grave and thick book for the mind not the eyes.
TheInfamousMic: The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand, I had to read it my Junior year of h.s. I wanted to beat the teacher with the book once I finished it.
daydreams: wicked sorry abt this but wuthering heights was good yet still boring to me, i hate to insult charlotte Broonte though, but her it was just her sighn of her times , so im sure back then it was a great read...
DieFerrie: Moll Flanders is number one on my list. It's just another old white man, preaching down upon some poor miss in a twist. Har de har! Look at the w&#*$! That kind of bit.
Number two is from an author I normally revere. It's The Run Diary by Hunter Thompson. It was just stupid.
crazyteddy: lol,war and peace is a thick book
my one's the man who turned into himself,margarettetown and anything by anita desai....all a waste of time
Python aka Casanova: I just read this book about an american who meets a monk "and becomes enlightened". I've read so many of these religuous books that tell you riches won't bring you happiness and you need God or to meditate I could practically read the book without looking at the pages.
Nessarose: Althalus by David Eddings. I really liked his books when I was a teenager, so I kinda felt I had to read that one too. Big mistake. Never read anything that boring and stupid, and when the guy travelled in time and got back to the beginning in the middle of the book, I almost cried in frustration.
The Da Vinci Code was also really, really bad. I had to read it so I'd know what everyone else were talking about, but when every "secret" was explained three times before telling the answer, even the dumbest of readers should already have guessed it. Kinda like watching a soap opera, "I knew he was her brother!!!"
928 as the mack: Maybe you should find a mob of other people who think it's boring also , and start a nazi style book burning , or pretend that you already read it , and then there won't be a prob finishing it.
928 as the mack: well do you 2 have any better suggestions?, I see mine are the only 2 entertaining way to deal with your problem, der da derrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr!