Thoughtful Thursdays

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Evening readers! Hope you are all well and happy, and ready to answer today’s question which is,

‘Name a book that made you angry!’

I’m not sure what my answer would be so I’m looking forward to reading yours! πŸ™‚

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18 thoughts on “Thoughtful Thursdays

    • littlebookblog says:

      It’s difficult to pinpoint one isn’t it! There are so many different qualities that can lead to an angry reader, annoying or weakly built up characters, a weak plot lines, slow pace, bad spelling or grammar! There are so many different things which makes it difficult to pick just one book!

      • barbtaub says:

        My bad. I started to write this out and then thought maybe I shouldn’t put the rest of it in. But here goes… We were reading this amazing Narnia adventure series together where kids were the kickass heroes, and we just loved it until… the end, where all of a sudden we realized that our fun series was actually a not even thinly disguised VERY Christian allegory. Maybe we should have figured it out sooner, but as non-Christians, we were uncomfortable and felt betrayed and used. So yeah… angry much?

  1. Shannon Bradford says:

    Alliengent. I’ll try to avoid spoilers, but the ending mad me mad. It wasn’t what happened to the character, it was how it was done. It seemed so stupid and unnecessary. Other ways would have made more sense to me, and it made me angry that it was done the way it was.

  2. kinginascendent says:

    Fifty Shades of Grey. I did not judge it before I read it, and my feelings on it are not sourced in mocking it because it was a book aimed at women. That attitude is patronizing and it doesn’t sit well with me at all. My objections to it aren’t concern trolling but it was a poor book on a number of levels.

    • littlebookblog says:

      I read the first and second because of the hype that surrounded the books but I never made it to the end of the third! So many things were wrong with it, but I must admit I like the way it’s led to more reading and discussing of erotic style books!

  3. Katie Cross says:

    A book that made me angry?

    Oh, geez. I don’t know. I have some indie published books that have annoyed me, but I actually think it was just the authors. I can’t really think of a book that angered me to the point I’d remember it, but now I’ll keep thinking back on it and let you know if I come up with something else!

    Hope you’re feeling better!

    • littlebookblog says:

      Feeling so much better! Finally off the antibiotics and went out last night with friends without coughing over everyone which was amazing haha!

      Definitely let me know! I think it’s a interesting question, I’ve got a couple, one was a exasperating book about a female character so mindless I found myself despairing with it from the word go. The other was so immoral in the stories it was conveying I felt ill!!

  4. booksandthis says:

    I don’t know if it was anger or disappointment… but I was pretty irritated with Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad. Yes, a ‘classic’ book made me angry which in turn probably makes me a bookish heathen. Woops!
    Nice blog by the way πŸ™‚

    • littlebookblog says:

      thank you for commenting! haha I love that ‘bookish heathen!’ I think it’s difficult sometimes to distinguish between anger and disappointment but great answer πŸ˜€ glad you like the blog!

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