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|Re: Most Uninteresting Book You Have Read. by mzansigirl(f): 1:22pm On Jan 20, 2012|
For me it was THE QUEST by Wilbur Smith.
The book which was a sequel to the very interesting RIVER GOD was painfully disappointing
|Re: Most Uninteresting Book You Have Read. by Peaceworld(m): 6:18pm On Jan 31, 2012|
Check out THE BLACK BOOK's trailer now on Youtube. On sale in Amazon but not yet listed.
The link is
What do y'all think?
|Re: Most Uninteresting Book You Have Read. by adebayo201: 7:01pm On Feb 18, 2012|
|Re: Most Uninteresting Book You Have Read. by Shalomdee(f): 8:33pm On Feb 18, 2012|
The most uninteresting book I've read is The Beautiful Ones Are Not Yet Born. Just couldn't make out the message the author was trying to convey. It was so boring that I just had to drop it.
|Re: Most Uninteresting Book You Have Read. by Twinmama(f): 12:36pm On Oct 22, 2013|
The thirteenth tale, so volumous and sensless, cant even remember the writer
|Re: Most Uninteresting Book You Have Read. by Nobody: 4:46pm On Sep 04, 2014|
vescucci: I was reading this thread a little more. It's damn sad how someone will call some of the best books on earth boring. I think when you have no capacity to enjoy such books you have no business soiling them or defaming their memories. I know the 'to each his own' brigade will fall out now and do a parade but dammit this is pushing it. How can a sane person call 1984, Les Miserables, Fools Die, The Man Died etc boring. I've not read The Famished Road but someone I love loves it and The Booker prize is not an Oscar. Books that win are automatically great reads. poo, I think I've bursted a vein.
Boring books win award so well if you don't know. The story line may not be the reason why they won the award but probably their grammatical construction and the personality who wrote them. In fact, most stories on Nairaland literature sections here are far more interesting than those newyork times best sellers, only that they are written by upcoming authors so not giving any recognition at all.
It's hard to be known worldwide as a writer if you are residing in a country like this. Go abroad, write Naijastories for them and you win ORANGE and 'PINEAPPLE' prices. Stay here you win 'AGBALUMO' price
|Re: Most Uninteresting Book You Have Read. by alterswerve(m): 3:57am On Sep 05, 2014|
chykeo: BAck in the days, I tried so much so many times to read WEEP NOT CHILD by Ngugui Wa Thiongo but couldntC'mon. I dση't agree o. That book is interesting jor.
|Re: Most Uninteresting Book You Have Read. by aydriano(m): 12:40pm On Sep 05, 2014|
Somebody mentioned the african child by camara laye as a boring book nawa oo... that book is thought provoking, one of the best books i hv eva read.. hmmm anoda mentionef ngugi wa thiong o's weep not child.. hmm again if u had a bit knowledge on africa history through post colonial and pre colonial times.. u would appreciate.. also 1984 by george orwell is a classic... it starts awt slow bt try 2 persevere wit it... as for most boring book i hv eva read.. it has 2 b d return of d native.. forgotten who wrote it.. its jst there in ma bookshelf lookn at me.. i couldnt even finish it... and dats sayin sumtn.. wen i start i finish bt damn... mayb i shld gv it anoda try....
|Re: Most Uninteresting Book You Have Read. by Misblah(f): 8:01am On Sep 06, 2014|
Mine was The Interpreters by Wole Soyinka. That book has no central plot! Just disjointed scences here nd there I can't believe 'my' Wole Soyinka wrote that thing.
|Re: Most Uninteresting Book You Have Read. by aydriano(m): 10:21am On Sep 06, 2014|
Wole soyinka's books are always over complicated
|Re: Most Uninteresting Book You Have Read. by AudreyTimms(f): 9:30am On Sep 07, 2014|
The Final Quest by Rick Joyner
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