You know I see that and all I can think of is iron maiden.
He's been bothering me since Kindergarten.Such a leech.
Stink Alley. It was really, really bad.
The kill order was a big disapointment
A book I had to read last semester called Little Britches. It was the most boring thing I have read ever.
in fith grade i had to read the invention of hugo cabret, which was way to short for my tastes
...It's more than 500 pages long. Granted, there are a lot of pictures, but that still leaves about 200 pages of text left, which isn't exactly short.
But you're lucky, my school never makes me read classics And I need the motivation
it's short when it only took me a hour to read it
Uh, you got me there. Of course I finished it pretty quickly too, I thought you were referring to page count.
Every single book, "La Celestina", " Romeo & Julieta", "12 cuentos peregrinos", " El jugador"
The spanish books I had to read were the most boring things ever,
My least favorite was Absolute Value of Mike. It seemed forced at times and the enending was terrible. It was really corny and was such a cop-out from the plot of adopting Misha, which played a central part in the characters growth. It was good to introduce some concepts, but I would never read it again on my own time.
Honestly I haven’t really read a book full through that I’ve necessarily disliked, that I can remember at least, but one that I’ve been trying to get through for a while that I just cannot stand would be the Maze Runner.
One I forgot to mention ages ago in my first post here--The Old Man and the Sea. Probably the dullest book I've ever read. At least it's short.
Git homeschooled my doods. I’ve almost never been forced to read books.
Reading a bad book is better than reading nothing at all.
I read voluntarily
That's great, my dude!
Why won't they let you read 'classics'?
Update on this. I read Brave New World a month ago.
It was very hard to stomach and I really had a displeasure reading it.
Lol, like 70 percent of my homeschool curriculum is reading.