Booking Through Thursday (25) What is the most silly/foolish book you've read?
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What’s the silliest (most foolish?) book you’ve ever read? Did you enjoy it?
Oh this one is super simple to answer. Last year I read a book called Ninja Versus Pirate Featuring Zombies.
When I initially agreed to review Ninja Versus Pirate Featuring Zombies I was expecting a Scary Movie style book (Scary Movie is a series of films that spoof horror films) funny of course but still able to hit all the right notes when it came to the genres it was covering. The lead character was *wait for it* named Guy Boy Man. Not charlie or Dean or any other slew of male names but Guy Boy Man. I figured at some point we'd learn his real name but nope. Every character is only referenced by nicknames. Also what made this book horrible to sit through was the fact the first chapter pretty much is written as one long run on sentence, intentionally mind you.
Anyway out of every book I've ever read this book stands out as being the most foolish piece of literature
Now for my questions:
What is the silliest or more foolish book you've read?
What made it so?
Did you end up liking it?
Leave me your answers in the comments below. I love reading your responses!
Thankfully, I've never heard of or read that book. Thanks for the great review! Now, I will no to stay clear of it. :)ReplyDelete
Yeah, it is definitely one I say reader/buyer beware on.Delete
Will probably not read.ReplyDelete
Although the title sounds much like it could be a brother to the Scary Movies, I'm sorry to hear it disappointed you so. =( BUT! we just can't enjoy every book, and as long as they don't make this into a movie, the world is still safe, I guess. ;) Thanks for stepping by and sharing!ReplyDelete
No sadly we cannot although that would probably be boring if we did.Delete
Sounds like you enjoyed it...I would have to be in the right mood for it, but I agree that spoofs are entertaining.ReplyDelete
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I love spoofs when done right :)Delete
That title is pretty awesome though, you have to admit!ReplyDelete
Yeah, the title is what caught my eye in the first place. This book had so much potential to be damn awesome.Delete
Oh wow. That book sounds really bad. I would have picked it up just for the title. :)ReplyDelete
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