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Old 03-14-2009, 09:41 AM   #1
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"The Most Boring Book" I read or tried to read

WARNING: If you're a living author and a member of MobileRead, you need to avoid reading this thread, because your boring book - YOUR EXTREMELY BORING BOOK - may be mentioned, blasted, and sent to Hell to be read only by the undead for their eternal punishment.


I'm a fan of James Joyce, but when I studied Finnegans Wake at the University, I found this massive tome to be quite boring. When compared to the beauty of Ulysses or A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, Finnegans Wake is not a novel one reads for excitement.

Keep the thread nice, please. (Remember, if you're an author of a Boring Book, you need to be smart and avoid reading this thread, even though you weren't very smart when you published your Boring Book.)

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