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What Was The Most Boring Book You Have Ever Read ?
 
# 1 : Saturday 20-12-2008 @ 23:19
 
 
The most boring book I had ever read was Washington Square by Henry James pure and utter tripe.
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# 2 : Saturday 20-12-2008 @ 23:23
 
 
Henry James is intelligible and has some style.

The Da Vinci Code was lame/lazy, an effort, like more of the Dan Brown school of tripe.
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# 3 : Saturday 20-12-2008 @ 23:24
 
 
The Unconsoled: Kazuo Ishiguro - well more frustrating than boring but lots of both.
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# 4 : Saturday 20-12-2008 @ 23:27
 
 
ayn rand's atlas shrugged.
Its woeful and reads like propoganda
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# 5 : Saturday 20-12-2008 @ 23:27
 
 
I actually enjoyed the Da Vinci Code, thought it was good, I had to read Washington Square for my Leaving Cert in 1994. Hated it wih a passion, thank god they had the sense not to inflict Peig on me and my classmates,
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# 6 : Saturday 20-12-2008 @ 23:29
 
 
The telephone directory,full of characters but very one dimensional,and although it plotted a definite course from A toZ,in the end it left one feeling strangely unfulfilled.
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# 7 : Saturday 20-12-2008 @ 23:29
 
 
The De vinci code was trash, but if you know that when you start it, its enjoyable trash.
however once read there is absolutely no reason to ever read anything else by dan brown.
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# 8 : Saturday 20-12-2008 @ 23:33
 
 
I read angels and demons and that is a far better book i think, It is also a lot more factually correct as well in the aspects of the death of a Pope and the funersl etc.
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# 9 : Saturday 20-12-2008 @ 23:37
 
 
Someone said :
The telephone directory,full of characters but very one dimensional,and although it plotted a definite course from A toZ,in the end it left one feeling strangely unfulfilled.

yeah but I bet you finished it. didn't you cos I did.

Actually the bible, it just didn't make sense at all, on every level.
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# 10 : Saturday 20-12-2008 @ 23:38
 
 
Probably anything by James Herbert outside of the Rats trilogy
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# 11 : Saturday 20-12-2008 @ 23:42
 
 
Someone said :
Probably anything by James Herbert outside of the Rats trilogy

ah i loved fluke
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# 12 : Saturday 20-12-2008 @ 23:45
 
 
Someone said :

ah i loved fluke

Theres a voice that keeps on calling me
Down the road, is where ill always be
And every stop i take, i make a new friend
Cant stay for long, just turn around and im gone again
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# 13 : Saturday 20-12-2008 @ 23:46
 
 
Someone said :

Theres a voice that keeps on calling me
Down the road, is where ill always be
And every stop i take, i make a new friend
Cant stay for long, just turn around and im gone again

ah i loved it so much it was beautiful
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# 14 : Sunday 21-12-2008 @ 01:20
 
 
The Kattychism was a religious tome for cool cats who had evolved without paws for thought,but "Drilling for the joy of Jesus through the power of Granite rock with a massive tool",has to be one of the worst,ever!
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# 15 : Sunday 21-12-2008 @ 02:00
 
 
For me it has to be the Silmarillion, I liked the Lord of the Rings and the hobbit, but that one was just awful.
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