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"A Separate Peace" might have been an ok read but my English teacher beat it into the ground. I just felt relieved when we finished it.
everything's related with mythology... yuuuuuuck
Shakespeare stuff. Its not that I don't think the guy is great, but that old language stuff made me hate English class back then.
Inspector Calls. Thee most boring book ever. I hated it.
I never read a book
i never read any book in hs, i would just pretend to hold it up over my face and sleep
Alas, Babylon was awful. Could. Not. Finish.
A close second is anything by Dickens. I just do not understand his popularity.
Gulliver's Travels. Our teacher tried to get us to read it in 9th grade, she eventually cancelled it because she got pretty sick around the same time and I guess wanted to lessen the course load... thank goodness, because that book was rough. I don't know what it was but I just didn't enjoy it... I've been meaning to go back and try to read it again.
So far Romeo and Juliet and I'm only a freshman bouts to be a sophomore!
Just trying to make it to college whic I can't wait for!
I really didn't enjoy Animal Farm. Perhaps I'd enjoy it more if I read it again, now that I'm older, but at the time, I didn't like it.
Tie between Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights. Basically anything ever written by the Brontë sisters, in fact.
It's not a book, it's a play, but I HATED Death of a Salesman.
Oddly enough I didn't dislike any of the books I had to read in high school. Some were less interesting than others/more of a chore, but I still appreciated them.
Probably Macbeth, now I LOVE Shakespeare I love his work but Macbeth isn't my favourite out of all of his pieces.
Of Mice and men, wasn't that bad, but not my favorite
Walk two moons
all of them.
To kill a mockingbird. I fucking hated that boring book.
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