I was late to know about this awesome challenge out together by Good Books and Good Wine, so when a friend wanted to start it late, I jumped it. There are several of us joining in - every Friday for 15 weeks, Christina of A Reader of Fictions, Lili of Lili's Reflections, Mickey of I'm A Book Shark and I will post our challenge answers. Stop by their blogs to see their answers! This week's topic is books that made you fling them across the room.
I confess that even when I get frustrated with a book, even one I hate, I rarely throw/abuse the novel. I've been tempted -- like with say, Kinslayer by Jay Kristoff. Not because it was bad, but because of the severe emotional trauma that book inflicted upon me.
The last bad book that I read that made me angry enough to throw it was probably Eragon by Christopher Paolini, or anything by Terry Goodkind. Tris & Izzie by Mette Ivie Harrison was also aggravating enough to merit a throw, though I resisted since it was an e-ARC and I love my Nook.