It's Wednesday. That means it's question time. This time it's about classic books that you just can't finish.
I have one, and I may have mentioned it here before. Catch 22. I just can't get past the circular logic. I know that the circular logic is the point of the book and how none of it's supposed to make sense, but it drives me crazy. I can't get past it. I've tried a couple of times, and I always make it about halfway through the book then get so frustrated I have to put it down.
I really want to finish it, but I can't. There are other classics that I've read that I didn't think were all that good. But at least I got through those. Catch 22 just stops me dead every time.
Your turn to share. What is a book that's considered a classic
that you just can't seem to get through? It may be the writing. It may
be the characters. Whatever it is, you just can't push to the end.