I don't usually read books that I expect to hate, but Tezcatlipoca help me, I am so tempted to read this:
It's not bad in the same way that Snooki's book is bad; it's bad because evidently, it might not have been ghost-written! That's right, Tyra Banks actually wrote it!
Or so speculates this reviewer.
Tookie’s body tingled. She was holding a SMIZE in her hands. Her. A Forgetta-Girl.
The SMIZE was made up of ornate eye-shadow-like flourishes in strokes of taxicab-, Dijon-, baby-chick-, banana-, and lemonade-yellow. Thinner than a sheet of paper, it was surprisingly heavy, and seemed to hum ever so slightly as it rested in Tookie’s hand.
This is an industrial-strength-brain-bleach-require
Also on my "Oh gawd I have to read this" list:
Definitely not on my "Oh gawd I have to read this" list:
Possibly the most unfortunately named book ever.
So the SBC question today is: have you ever intentionally read a bad book? So you could point and laugh? Or because you just didn't believe it could possibly be that bad? Did it live up to its terribad hype, or were you disappointed by its lukewarm awfulness?
And most importantly, has anyone here read Modelland?
Do you intentionally read terrible books?
HAVE YOU READ MODELLAND?
I have this evil idea for a book challenge involving people being assigned horrible, awful books to read and review, but I think the LOLs would run thin pretty quickly. But I may do it anyway...
Previous Saturday Book Discussions.