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2/11/2015 10:49:43 AM
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There was one book that I was reading a very long time ago, I can't remember what it was about or anything all I know is the cover said something about a dead dog and stuff, and so I thought it would end up being sad but good maybe, and long story short its literally the only book I have decided to not finish. So what would probably be the worst book you have ever read?
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2/11/2015 12:34:16 PM
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At 2/11/2015 10:49:43 AM, Levi1997 wrote:
There was one book that I was reading a very long time ago, I can't remember what it was about or anything all I know is the cover said something about a dead dog and stuff, and so I thought it would end up being sad but good maybe, and long story short its literally the only book I have decided to not finish. So what would probably be the worst book you have ever read?

I hope that isn't the Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, or you've just ruined a lot of people's childhoods...

The worst would be 'Wave Movement' (my own translation of the title) by Bei Dao. I tried it as Tung Chiao, one of my favourite writers, recommended it. Although I made it to the end, I've vowed never to read any Bei Dao afterwards.
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2/11/2015 11:09:06 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 2/11/2015 12:26:56 PM, Maikuru wrote:
Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad

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2/11/2015 11:22:01 PM
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At 2/11/2015 12:26:56 PM, Maikuru wrote:
Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad

I read that relatively recently. I actually loved it, but I read it right before going under anaesthesia and apparently had some really weird dreams involving steamboats and shrunken heads.

My nomination would be Amanda McKittrick Ros. I read a book of hers just to see if I could, but it was too much for me.

"One thing that is clear about Ros' prose is its aversion to calling a thing by its name. Eyes are "globes of glare." When their owners are unhappy, these globes are "stuffed with sorrow." Trousers are not trousers; they are "the southern necessary." It's as if, for Ros, circumlocution and literature are essentially synonymous. When a near-destitute Oscar is forced to take up work as a schoolteacher in America, he is quickly "compelled to resign through courting too great love for the all-powerful monster of mangled might" - by which she means, naturally, "Intemperance." And then there's this extraordinary sentence about the eponymous heroine of her second novel, Delina Delaney: "She tried hard to keep herself a stranger to her poor old father's slight income by the use of the finest production of steel, whose blunt edge eyed the reely covering with marked greed, and offered its sharp dart to faultless fabrics of flaxen fineness." (That is, Delina did some work as a seamstress so she wouldn't have to live off her father.) Near the end of Irene Iddesleigh, Ros contrives to have her heroine bump into Lord Dilworth, her adoptive father, at the harbor where she is about to get on the boat home from New York. She tells him about the grim situation she's found herself in (what with Oscar's waywardness unto death), but, "misery having likewise carpeted Lord Dilworth's floors of fate so much of late, he consequently [does] not seem so astonished as imagined.""
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2/12/2015 12:06:45 AM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 2/11/2015 11:22:01 PM, Skepsikyma wrote:
At 2/11/2015 12:26:56 PM, Maikuru wrote:
Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad

I read that relatively recently. I actually loved it, but I read it right before going under anaesthesia and apparently had some really weird dreams involving steamboats and shrunken heads.

My nomination would be Amanda McKittrick Ros. I read a book of hers just to see if I could, but it was too much for me.

"One thing that is clear about Ros' prose is its aversion to calling a thing by its name. Eyes are "globes of glare." When their owners are unhappy, these globes are "stuffed with sorrow." Trousers are not trousers; they are "the southern necessary." It's as if, for Ros, circumlocution and literature are essentially synonymous. When a near-destitute Oscar is forced to take up work as a schoolteacher in America, he is quickly "compelled to resign through courting too great love for the all-powerful monster of mangled might" - by which she means, naturally, "Intemperance." And then there's this extraordinary sentence about the eponymous heroine of her second novel, Delina Delaney: "She tried hard to keep herself a stranger to her poor old father's slight income by the use of the finest production of steel, whose blunt edge eyed the reely covering with marked greed, and offered its sharp dart to faultless fabrics of flaxen fineness." (That is, Delina did some work as a seamstress so she wouldn't have to live off her father.) Near the end of Irene Iddesleigh, Ros contrives to have her heroine bump into Lord Dilworth, her adoptive father, at the harbor where she is about to get on the boat home from New York. She tells him about the grim situation she's found herself in (what with Oscar's waywardness unto death), but, "misery having likewise carpeted Lord Dilworth's floors of fate so much of late, he consequently [does] not seem so astonished as imagined.""
http://www.slate.com...

If you didn't like that, you'd hate Finnegan's Wake. XD
Apparently, sound and circumlocution are what counts here:
"Nobirdy ever soar..." = Nobody ever saw.
Stuff like that all throughout the book (which is like, a thousand pages long btw).
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2/12/2015 12:09:31 AM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 2/12/2015 12:06:45 AM, Beginner wrote:
At 2/11/2015 11:22:01 PM, Skepsikyma wrote:
At 2/11/2015 12:26:56 PM, Maikuru wrote:
Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad

I read that relatively recently. I actually loved it, but I read it right before going under anaesthesia and apparently had some really weird dreams involving steamboats and shrunken heads.

My nomination would be Amanda McKittrick Ros. I read a book of hers just to see if I could, but it was too much for me.

"One thing that is clear about Ros' prose is its aversion to calling a thing by its name. Eyes are "globes of glare." When their owners are unhappy, these globes are "stuffed with sorrow." Trousers are not trousers; they are "the southern necessary." It's as if, for Ros, circumlocution and literature are essentially synonymous. When a near-destitute Oscar is forced to take up work as a schoolteacher in America, he is quickly "compelled to resign through courting too great love for the all-powerful monster of mangled might" - by which she means, naturally, "Intemperance." And then there's this extraordinary sentence about the eponymous heroine of her second novel, Delina Delaney: "She tried hard to keep herself a stranger to her poor old father's slight income by the use of the finest production of steel, whose blunt edge eyed the reely covering with marked greed, and offered its sharp dart to faultless fabrics of flaxen fineness." (That is, Delina did some work as a seamstress so she wouldn't have to live off her father.) Near the end of Irene Iddesleigh, Ros contrives to have her heroine bump into Lord Dilworth, her adoptive father, at the harbor where she is about to get on the boat home from New York. She tells him about the grim situation she's found herself in (what with Oscar's waywardness unto death), but, "misery having likewise carpeted Lord Dilworth's floors of fate so much of late, he consequently [does] not seem so astonished as imagined.""
http://www.slate.com...

If you didn't like that, you'd hate Finnegan's Wake. XD
Apparently, sound and circumlocution are what counts here:
"Nobirdy ever soar..." = Nobody ever saw.
Stuff like that all throughout the book (which is like, a thousand pages long btw).

I'm sorry. It was 'Nobirdy aviator soar' not 'nobirdy every soar'. :D
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2/12/2015 12:11:05 AM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 2/12/2015 12:09:31 AM, Beginner wrote:
I'm sorry. It was 'Nobirdy aviator soar' not 'nobirdy every soar'. :D

And it's about 700 not 1000 pages. I exaggerated a bit :P
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2/12/2015 12:13:42 AM
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Apparently you could be a scholar just for being able to understand the book.
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2/12/2015 12:27:49 AM
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At 2/12/2015 12:11:05 AM, Beginner wrote:
At 2/12/2015 12:09:31 AM, Beginner wrote:
I'm sorry. It was 'Nobirdy aviator soar' not 'nobirdy every soar'. :D

And it's about 700 not 1000 pages. I exaggerated a bit :P

Lol, I've been holding off on Joyce's novels, reading mostly short stories to avoid that sort of thing. Though I do plan to read his larger works sometime, they definitely aren't on my short list.

And Ms. Ros is beyond Joyce, I think. The article which I linked to goes over her entire career, how she became a running joke in literary critic circles, who bought her books and fed her fame precisely because her books were so stirringly horrid. She, on the other hand, was thoroughly convinced that she was the greatest writer to ever live, even thinking that she might be awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature. It's a pretty hilarious story.

"And so, for the most part, she took her readers' unusual investment in her work as a token of admiration. She was steadfastly convinced that it was of the highest standard, that Irene Iddesleigh and Delina Delaney were classics to stand alongside the work of Defoe, Eliot, and Dickens. There was, for her, nothing the least bit funny about, say, the fact that most of the characters in her last novel, Helen Huddleson, were named after fruits and vegetables (from aristocrats like Lord Raspberry and Sir Christopher Currant right down the social scale to Madam Pear and Lily Lentil the servant girl). Readers like Lewis and Tolkien who found this kind of stuff a source of amusement were, in her view, essentially unserious and motivated by jealousy of her talent."
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2/12/2015 10:33:18 AM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 2/11/2015 12:34:16 PM, Diqiucun_Cunmin wrote:
At 2/11/2015 10:49:43 AM, Levi1997 wrote:
There was one book that I was reading a very long time ago, I can't remember what it was about or anything all I know is the cover said something about a dead dog and stuff, and so I thought it would end up being sad but good maybe, and long story short its literally the only book I have decided to not finish. So what would probably be the worst book you have ever read?

I hope that isn't the Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, or you've just ruined a lot of people's childhoods...

The worst would be 'Wave Movement' (my own translation of the title) by Bei Dao. I tried it as Tung Chiao, one of my favourite writers, recommended it. Although I made it to the end, I've vowed never to read any Bei Dao afterwards.

Lol don't worry im pretty sure that's not the book i'm talking about.
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2/12/2015 4:09:33 PM
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At 2/11/2015 11:01:49 PM, ford_prefect wrote:
At 2/11/2015 4:36:10 PM, SeventhProfessor wrote:
It speaks for itself
http://en.wikipedia.org...

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Apparently he's written some really good books. I've been meaning to check them out for a while
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2/12/2015 5:05:01 PM
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50 Shades
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2/12/2015 5:27:43 PM
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At 2/12/2015 5:05:01 PM, ESocialBookworm wrote:
50 Shades

I heard it's like porn. People who read 50 shades for that purpose should just watch porn or have sex.. hire a prostitute or something if they need to. Masturbating to a book sounds.. lame.
But what would I know? *^*
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2/12/2015 5:53:45 PM
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The only book I have ever thrown in the trash was Alien Animals, by Janet and Colin Bord.

The book that was full of the most nonsense was Atheism, by Joseph Lewis.

There are so many books I refused to finish, I don't remember half of them, but the last one I refused to finish was an anthology of Japanese science fiction stories.
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2/12/2015 5:56:20 PM
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Dictionaries, Encyclopedias, and HS textbooks are the only ones I've been unable to read cover to cover. Doesn't mean that they're bad. Many of them aren't meant to be read cover to cover.
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2/12/2015 7:09:11 PM
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At 2/12/2015 5:27:43 PM, Beginner wrote:
At 2/12/2015 5:05:01 PM, ESocialBookworm wrote:
50 Shades

I heard it's like porn. People who read 50 shades for that purpose should just watch porn or have sex.. hire a prostitute or something if they need to.
It sucked a$$ ( ... maybe in more way than one >.> ) It was the only book I stopped reading halfway EVER. 0.o

Masturbating to a book sounds.. lame.
It is? 0.o

But what would I know? *^*
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which is what everyone else should also care about.

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2/13/2015 9:05:05 PM
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At 2/12/2015 5:27:43 PM, Beginner wrote:
At 2/12/2015 5:05:01 PM, ESocialBookworm wrote:
50 Shades

I heard it's like porn. People who read 50 shades for that purpose should just watch porn or have sex.. hire a prostitute or something if they need to. Masturbating to a book sounds.. lame.
But what would I know? *^*

Not only is the book itself bad, but it's terrible writing. Like atrocious. I could write better sex scenes than that.
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2/13/2015 10:50:55 PM
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At 2/12/2015 12:27:49 AM, Skepsikyma wrote:
At 2/12/2015 12:11:05 AM, Beginner wrote:
At 2/12/2015 12:09:31 AM, Beginner wrote:
I'm sorry. It was 'Nobirdy aviator soar' not 'nobirdy every soar'. :D

And it's about 700 not 1000 pages. I exaggerated a bit :P

Lol, I've been holding off on Joyce's novels, reading mostly short stories to avoid that sort of thing. Though I do plan to read his larger works sometime, they definitely aren't on my short list.

And Ms. Ros is beyond Joyce, I think. The article which I linked to goes over her entire career, how she became a running joke in literary critic circles, who bought her books and fed her fame precisely because her books were so stirringly horrid. She, on the other hand, was thoroughly convinced that she was the greatest writer to ever live, even thinking that she might be awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature. It's a pretty hilarious story.

"And so, for the most part, she took her readers' unusual investment in her work as a token of admiration. She was steadfastly convinced that it was of the highest standard, that Irene Iddesleigh and Delina Delaney were classics to stand alongside the work of Defoe, Eliot, and Dickens. There was, for her, nothing the least bit funny about, say, the fact that most of the characters in her last novel, Helen Huddleson, were named after fruits and vegetables (from aristocrats like Lord Raspberry and Sir Christopher Currant right down the social scale to Madam Pear and Lily Lentil the servant girl). Readers like Lewis and Tolkien who found this kind of stuff a source of amusement were, in her view, essentially unserious and motivated by jealousy of her talent."

Have you read "A Portrait of an Artist as a Young Man"? That's one of his larger but not so large works. It's really good. I definitely recommend it. :)
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2/13/2015 10:51:46 PM
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At 2/13/2015 9:05:05 PM, PetersSmith wrote:
At 2/12/2015 5:27:43 PM, Beginner wrote:
At 2/12/2015 5:05:01 PM, ESocialBookworm wrote:
50 Shades

I heard it's like porn. People who read 50 shades for that purpose should just watch porn or have sex.. hire a prostitute or something if they need to. Masturbating to a book sounds.. lame.
But what would I know? *^*

Not only is the book itself bad, but it's terrible writing. Like atrocious. I could write better sex scenes than that.

Oh really? :3
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At 2/13/2015 10:51:46 PM, Beginner wrote:
At 2/13/2015 9:05:05 PM, PetersSmith wrote:
At 2/12/2015 5:27:43 PM, Beginner wrote:
At 2/12/2015 5:05:01 PM, ESocialBookworm wrote:
50 Shades

I heard it's like porn. People who read 50 shades for that purpose should just watch porn or have sex.. hire a prostitute or something if they need to. Masturbating to a book sounds.. lame.
But what would I know? *^*

Not only is the book itself bad, but it's terrible writing. Like atrocious. I could write better sex scenes than that.

Oh really? :3

Yes, really. I heard even the movie is laughable.
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2/13/2015 10:53:44 PM
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At 2/13/2015 10:52:24 PM, PetersSmith wrote:
At 2/13/2015 10:51:46 PM, Beginner wrote:
At 2/13/2015 9:05:05 PM, PetersSmith wrote:
At 2/12/2015 5:27:43 PM, Beginner wrote:
At 2/12/2015 5:05:01 PM, ESocialBookworm wrote:
50 Shades

I heard it's like porn. People who read 50 shades for that purpose should just watch porn or have sex.. hire a prostitute or something if they need to. Masturbating to a book sounds.. lame.
But what would I know? *^*

Not only is the book itself bad, but it's terrible writing. Like atrocious. I could write better sex scenes than that.

Oh really? :3

Yes, really. I heard even the movie is laughable.

Why don't you uhhhhh
gimme a sample?
(:(:
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2/13/2015 10:56:36 PM
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At 2/13/2015 10:53:44 PM, Beginner wrote:
At 2/13/2015 10:52:24 PM, PetersSmith wrote:
At 2/13/2015 10:51:46 PM, Beginner wrote:
At 2/13/2015 9:05:05 PM, PetersSmith wrote:
At 2/12/2015 5:27:43 PM, Beginner wrote:
At 2/12/2015 5:05:01 PM, ESocialBookworm wrote:
50 Shades

I heard it's like porn. People who read 50 shades for that purpose should just watch porn or have sex.. hire a prostitute or something if they need to. Masturbating to a book sounds.. lame.
But what would I know? *^*

Not only is the book itself bad, but it's terrible writing. Like atrocious. I could write better sex scenes than that.

Oh really? :3

Yes, really. I heard even the movie is laughable.

Why don't you uhhhhh
gimme a sample?
(:(:

Here's an actual excerpt pulled directly from the book: His breathing is ragged, matching mine.
"When did you start your period, Anastasia?" he asks out of the blue, gazing down at me.
"Err" yesterday," I mumble in my highly aroused state.
"Good." He releases me and turns me around.
"Hold on to the sink," he orders and pulls my hips back again, like he did in the playroom, so I"m bending down.
He reaches between my legs and pulls on the blue string" what! And" a gently pulls my tampon out and tosses it into the nearby toilet.
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2/13/2015 10:59:31 PM
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At 2/13/2015 10:56:36 PM, PetersSmith wrote:
At 2/13/2015 10:53:44 PM, Beginner wrote:
At 2/13/2015 10:52:24 PM, PetersSmith wrote:
At 2/13/2015 10:51:46 PM, Beginner wrote:
At 2/13/2015 9:05:05 PM, PetersSmith wrote:
At 2/12/2015 5:27:43 PM, Beginner wrote:
At 2/12/2015 5:05:01 PM, ESocialBookworm wrote:
50 Shades

I heard it's like porn. People who read 50 shades for that purpose should just watch porn or have sex.. hire a prostitute or something if they need to. Masturbating to a book sounds.. lame.
But what would I know? *^*

Not only is the book itself bad, but it's terrible writing. Like atrocious. I could write better sex scenes than that.

Oh really? :3

Yes, really. I heard even the movie is laughable.

Why don't you uhhhhh
gimme a sample?
(:(:

Here's an actual excerpt pulled directly from the book: His breathing is ragged, matching mine.
"When did you start your period, Anastasia?" he asks out of the blue, gazing down at me.
"Err" yesterday," I mumble in my highly aroused state.
"Good." He releases me and turns me around.
"Hold on to the sink," he orders and pulls my hips back again, like he did in the playroom, so I"m bending down.
He reaches between my legs and pulls on the blue string" what! And" a gently pulls my tampon out and tosses it into the nearby toilet.

Kinky.
Now an excerpt from yours. :D
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At 2/13/2015 10:59:31 PM, Beginner wrote:
At 2/13/2015 10:56:36 PM, PetersSmith wrote:
At 2/13/2015 10:53:44 PM, Beginner wrote:
At 2/13/2015 10:52:24 PM, PetersSmith wrote:
At 2/13/2015 10:51:46 PM, Beginner wrote:
At 2/13/2015 9:05:05 PM, PetersSmith wrote:
At 2/12/2015 5:27:43 PM, Beginner wrote:
At 2/12/2015 5:05:01 PM, ESocialBookworm wrote:
50 Shades

I heard it's like porn. People who read 50 shades for that purpose should just watch porn or have sex.. hire a prostitute or something if they need to. Masturbating to a book sounds.. lame.
But what would I know? *^*

Not only is the book itself bad, but it's terrible writing. Like atrocious. I could write better sex scenes than that.

Oh really? :3

Yes, really. I heard even the movie is laughable.

Why don't you uhhhhh
gimme a sample?
(:(:

Here's an actual excerpt pulled directly from the book: His breathing is ragged, matching mine.
"When did you start your period, Anastasia?" he asks out of the blue, gazing down at me.
"Err" yesterday," I mumble in my highly aroused state.
"Good." He releases me and turns me around.
"Hold on to the sink," he orders and pulls my hips back again, like he did in the playroom, so I"m bending down.
He reaches between my legs and pulls on the blue string" what! And" a gently pulls my tampon out and tosses it into the nearby toilet.

Kinky.
Now an excerpt from yours. :D

Excuse me?
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