10. “Midnight Sins” by Lora Leigh (2.2 stars) The Plot: Dreamboat ranch-owner Rafer Callahan is trying to hump Cami—but he might have accidentally killed her sister, and chicks really hate that. Then people start dying, and things get confusing. The Problem: Miss Leigh confuses ages, details, names, and relationships of the characters so Eileen Battersby of The Irish Times called it “one of the worst books ever written” and “the first book written for people who didn’t read books.” The Eye of Argon ( Jim Theis, 1970): a heroic fantasy novella infamous for purple prose and genre cliché. Attempting to read The Eye of Argon out loud without laughing became a popular party game Lucid rating. 1 of 5 stars 2 of 5 stars 3 of 5 stars 4 of 5 stars 5 of 5 stars. 2. Breaking Daybreak (The Twilight Saga, 4) by. Stephenie Meyer. avg rating — 1,452,747 ratings. score: 399,068 , and 4,044 people voted. Want to Read.

Of course you’ve heard the old saying, “You can’t judge a book by its cover.” But we challenge you to live up to that sentiment after seeing this collection of books.Whether the titles are Here are 20 of the worst book titles in the history of literature – DeadState That’s a lie. In the world of books where fame and recognition is for better or for worse in the most popular series, there are indeed many literary gems. Notwithstanding, for as many gems as there are, there are an equal amount of rocks. Some books inspire people, other books make you want to die. Here’s a list of some of the worst books I could find. 40 Worst Book Covers and Titles Ever. I’ve been told not to judge a book by its cover, but when the cover has a title like “Reusing Old Graves,” it’s hard not to. Provided intentionally funny or just totally oblivious, here are some of the worst book titles you’ve ever seen.

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