The Worst Book I’ve Ever Read

DearΒ  reader – you’ve come to know that I like to talk about books I really enjoy. In fact, if I don’t like a book, I privately tell the author that it wasn’t for me and give him/her my review but don’t publish it. I want my blog to be about celebrating really awesome books to read.

There now has come a time when I have read a book so awful that I feel that I need to warn others not to buy it.

So why didn’t I like this book?

First off there is NO plot. I couldn’t figure out what was going on. From the title I thought it was going to be a story about being lost in the wilderness – kind of a My Side of the Mountain book, but as I started reading I was totally confused.

On the first page we meet the main character – Ariens, he’s a lumberjack. The reader is told he is dangerous and could potentially cause death. So now I am figuring it’s not a My Side of the Mountain book but more of a Goosebumps eerie – creepy tale.

Well as I read on, I learn practically nothing new about Ariens other than he needs to be stabilized -okay I get it, he’s a crazy dangerous lumberjack. Through the rest of the story, he really doesn’t do ANYTHING. I don’t even think he ever leaves his garage.

I suppose it should get points for being multilingual; it comes in French and Spanish.

I seriously had to choke down the rest of the book.

So as a service to you, kind reader; I warn you:

DO NOT BUY THIS BOOK!

APRIL FOOLS!

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42 replies

  1. Now that was a good laugh πŸ™‚

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  2. You’re so clever! Thanks for the laugh!

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  3. That was very funny!! You get the prize for the best April Fools joke this year!!!

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  4. At first I was identifying with you, then it hit me, it’s April Fools day. You almost got me.

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  5. I LOVE your sense of humor. At first I was shocked; your book reviews are so right-on, but I never expected you to diss a book, only not put it on your list of books to recommend. I must admit, I was relieved when I got to the end…and the joke. πŸ™‚ You got me good.

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  6. Brilliant, Erik. You almost had me. Happy April Fool’s Day.

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  7. Happy April Fool’s Day to you.

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  8. oh my gosh, Erik! I am reading this late in the day when April Fool’s Day joking is gone by, so … You got me! I am so mad at you! haha Smarty.

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  9. Ha! You got me!

    Sent from my iPhone

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  10. Hahaha! This was brilliant! You really had me going, Erik! πŸ˜€

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  11. Brilliant! And the cover was just far enough down the page you couldn’t see it till you’d already been taken in. Perfect πŸ™‚

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  12. I really think you owe Ariens an apology for not emailing them your review first and allowing them to learn from their experience to write a better book!

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  13. You got me. The cover was too far down to catch on soon enough to . . . well, to dish the blog!–nah, could never do that. Nice joke. You got me. Much better than my accidentally telling a publisher their book would be reviewed in 2018, in an email marked April 1, 2017 (actually did this, by accident).

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  14. Just seeing this now, and didn’t realize the date of the post…you totally got me!

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  15. You, young man, are hilarious! You got me, hook, line, and sinker. Well done!

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