The Great Gatsby. Hated it. I just couldn't get into it; I hated the setting. I don't really care for the 1920's, and I want a character I can relate to, not someone who dines with the rich and wealthy.
I also hated that book, its one of the only books that I would fall asleep every single time I read it. It was boring as hell and it didnt seem to lead anywhere.
Another is Through the Looking Glass.
It's a redo of Alice in Wonderland.
It just creeps the hell out of me.
Alice and Wonderland = Me being scared.
You find a creamy dreamy master piece frightening? stare illzorz.
Yeah, it did.
That kind of plot just don't work with me.
I find it a little bit scary with those weird happenings.
It's too fantasy like.. and I find the characters frightening.
Then again, I get scared easily.
I have a wild imagination, so whenever I read of something, I dream of it.
&dreaming of myself being Alice is really isn't what I call a good dream...
I really hate The Bluest Eye by Tori Morrison. I had to read it for school, and it was horrible, simply horrible. I have the feeling that Mrs. Morrison is prejudiced toward the white population... stare
Merrick by Anne Rice is pretty boring, too. Don't get me wrong, I love Anne Rice's novels, but Merrick has to be her worst work yet. I'd rather read Cry To Heaven or The Vampire Lestat (two of her best books) fifty times over than to touch Merrick again.