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Ten Eight Most Intimidating Books
Intimidated by size, content, whatever
It took me years to work up the gumption to read Les Miserables. The size and content intimidated me. I knew it was going to be sad, but it was well worth the read!
The Three Musketeers is a big book! I'm also intimidated by all the French history I'd need to know to fully understand it.
I want to read this one because of the heavy Japanese culture, but I'm a little hesitant because of the content.
I use to want to read this, but I have a child now, and I'm not sure if I want to read this anymore. I've heard that it is a tough read, and I don't think I'll be prepared for the sadness.
I want to read this SO bad, but it is HUGE!
I LOVE all the Dickens' books I've read so far! He was a genius! For some reason David Copperfield intimidates me. I don't know whether it is size or the story or what.
The Star Wars books are pretty intimidating to me because I really want to read them, but there are SO SO many of them. I don't know where to begin. I'm thinking of starting with Death Star, but once I start, there is no going back! I will have to finish them all!
Will I enjoy it? Will I understand it? I love Taming of the Shrew, but hate others. I want to read them all, but I know I won't like all his works or understand it.