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    15 Funny Reviews Of Famous Books That People Never Want To Read Again

    "People are angry and then they die."

    Just because some books go on to become mega-famous doesn't mean they are for everyone. After all, reading is subjective. Here are some slightly hilarious examples of people who were just not impressed.

    1. Geist and Zeitgeist:

    another big Broch fan from BadReads

    2. Wuthering Heights:

    People die when they are angry from BadReads

    3. Of Mice and Men:

    I’ll just think, not read. from BadReads

    4. Sex at Dawn: The Prehistoric Origins of Modern Sexuality:

    IT'S OKAY TO BE A VIRGIN from BadReads

    5. All the Pretty Horses:

    6. The Tempest:

    7. The Island of Doctor Moreau:

    "More like Dr. BORE-O" from BadReads

    8. The Complete Short Novels:

    Goodreader annihilates Chekhov from BadReads

    9. The Trial:

    I feel like this is an allegory for something from BadReads

    10. Poetics:

    Aristotle is pretentious from BadReads

    11. Adolphe:

    Men are whiny babies from BadReads

    12. Ulysses:

    Ulysses: gone the way of Matcham’s Masterstroke from BadReads

    13. 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea:

    scientific hypothesises from BadReads

    14. The Catcher in the Rye:

    Goodreads on Holden Caulfield from BadReads

    15. Absalom, Absalom!:

    One star because I barely tried! from BadReads

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