20 Worst Books from 20 Authors in 20 Minutes Posted on July 29, 2019July 29, 2019 by Hans Swaniawski by Hans Swaniawski Post navigation Sarah Palin – Lifestyle, Boyfriend, Family, Net worth, House, Car, Age, Biography 2019Tehzeeb Hafi – New Poetry | Whatsapp Status | Urdu Poetry | 30SecStatus 25 thoughts on “20 Worst Books from 20 Authors in 20 Minutes” Love your yellow sweater! Reply eye shadow game on pinky point Reply I appreciate the different genres! Reply I absolutely love the Harry Potter books, but it seems like I can't force myself to finish the Cursed Child. And I have read plays before and enjoyed them. Reply I don't think it is fair to put "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" as the worst book by J. K. Rowling, because she didn't write it, she just contributed and gave input… Reply Cool concept! I so agree with you about The Last Battle . Reply love the new intro 😍 haha yeah I think most people agree about The Cursed Child 😂 Reply This is such a fun idea for a video, I loved seeing which ones you chose! Can't wait to see the 20 best! 🙂 Reply I think Orient Express is what I know as Stamboul Train! Reply What an awesome idea! Looking forward to the 20 best too. I always crack up at Passenger to Frankfurt, what a trip that novel is! I was interested to hear your thoughts on The Last Battle, that's one I've not read in the series, though I was aware of the issue with Susan which bothers me too. One day I will set myself down and go through the whole series still. Can't bring myself to read that Harry Potter one though, I enjoyed the series a heap when I finally read it, and would rather just remember it as it is 😊. I started to read Orient Express years ago but put it down and never picked it up again. I will take your review on board (no pun intended 😉) as I've wanted to get into Graham Greene, but that one didn't inspire me too much, so I will definitely try something else. Reply Ohhhh love this topic! Can’t wait for the next installment 😍 Reply McKays!! Best used bookstore ever! Reply I haven't read any of these books. Reply Thanks for this video mara. Reply I loved the idea and the video itself. Cannot wait to watch your best video 😊 Reply CC isn't written by JK Rowling so that kinda doesn't make sense to me. Reply Fascinating. You’ve inspired me to think about some of my own favorite authors. I was completely annoyed by Five Red Herrings. What annoyed me more than anything else was that the essential clue required specialized knowledge, so specific that it was a massive disappointment. The whole train schedule didn’t work for me either.Wait. The Hooker and the Hermit? Great title for a satire Reply Maybe do a 20 Worst/ 20 Best: Classics Edition? Reply So, I hear you with Tangle of Need, but Clay's book is the WORST. Lol Reply I watch to give ideas about what to read best is what I'm waiting on. Reply Love that you applied the tag to books. Looking forward to the best books video. Worst from JK Rowling: A Casual Vacancy. And sometimes the worst book from a good writer is many times better than the best book of a lesser writer. Not sure if I missed it, but I'm curious about the worst and best books you have ever read. Reply LOLOL, Magic Rises is my one 5 star from the Kate Daniels series (so far…I have not completed the series yet because…squirrel!). The Cursed Child is a dumpster fire that's been peed on and then shoved into a toxic chemical pit. Reply Wow I apparently really need to reread the Narnia series because I didn't realize how much people generally don't like The Last Battle. I remember really enjoying it as a kid, but it's been an incredibly long time since I read it and I only remember bits and pieces. Also I imagine that I probably missed some things since I was a dumb kid ha. Reply The Last Battle? It's been a few years since I read it,but I found it an effective Finale. The most explicitly Christian perhaps,but none the worse for that. My least favourite of the Narnia Chronicles is A Horse and his Boy – which,to me,feels like an uninvolving Tolkien ripoff.On the flip side, whereas most people would plump for Lion/Witch/Wardrobe,my favourite is The Magicians Nephew. Reply I read 4 Mariana Zapata books on a binge last year (Lingus, Under Locke, The Wall of Winnipeg, and From Lukov with Love). My 2 favorites are Lingus and Under Locke. I kind of have a thing for motorcycles clubs so that probably colors my judgement. And for Lingus, I just love the premise so much and the male lead is wonderful. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.