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"For several pages, a lady remarks to a man about what wonderful handwriting he has. Not exactly gripping material."
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"If I wanted to read two-hundred pages of some over-privileged youth complaining about anything and everything for no legitimate reason, I'd pick up my old high school diary."
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"This book is pointless. Nothing happens in the entire book, the characters just talk, drink, and cheat on each other. I would rather have gotten a root canal than read this book."
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"Firstly, what is that awful introductory chapter all about. I nearly quit before I got started and I almost wish I had."
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"You know what grinds my gears even more than the fact that I wasted a week on this worthless pseudo-classic? It kills me that people not only mistake this hoax for real literature, but reference it for ROMANTIC value!"
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"Half of the book is incredibly boring with long descriptions of a battle that no one cares about. The other half is just a bunch of rich white families hosting parties."
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"Every single chapter just goes on and on…The best way to make it interesting was by making everyone related? The twists are overly dramatic, make no sense, and are presented as life-changing."
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"I get it, it's an American classic full of motifs and imagery, but that doesn't necessarily make it a masterpiece. The only thing truly masterful about this tale is how short it is."
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"This is one of those books that people think is either totally brilliant or just annoying. As one can tell from the rating, I fall into the latter category. Maybe I just can't appreciate the genius of [AUTHOR]’s prose, but I prefer character development and plot to rambling confusing anecdotes that go nowhere."
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"This is quite possibly the most painful book I’ve ever read in my life. I’ve never hated a book more than I hate this behemoth. I just felt there was no purpose to so many of the chapters…Also, at times it wasn’t entirely clear who the narrator was."
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"Reader, gaze upon my tortured physiognomy and answer me one question that I shall pose to thee in the languid torpor of the drooping, sinister twilight of my soul, one which surely reveals more of my own humble, Quakerish origins, unappealing countenance and begs you as my interlocutrice to satisfy my curiosity: why?"
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"In this story, things go from bad to worse until everything goes to pieces. Ending made me want to jump off a cliff."
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"It was far too repulsive a subject matter and far too intimately related to allow me to admire it….Every book is not for every person. This one made me want to scrub my skin and gargle with Listerine."
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"The book is 30% story, 30% history lesson, 5% English lesson, 15% philosophy lesson, 15% the author’s opinion, and 5% superfluous descriptions."
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"I didn't think it possible for a protagonist to pass out more than twenty times in a single book... and then I met [CHARACTER]. I really regret not counting how many times he fainted throughout this terrible book, and will most certainly NOT re-read this book to find out."
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