Little Bee by Chris Cleave. Borrowed the audiobook and felt guilty (for 10 seconds) about not even getting through chapter 1. The non-English idioms and accent also got to me. Plus the feeling of dread.

Same for #1 Ladies Detective Agency. I couldn't get pas the accent and the reader.

Janet Evanovich's Stephanie Plum book - just read one, but that was enough.

Anything by Danielle Steele. Even a quote.

Anything "in Death" by Nora Roberts. I don't like Roarke or what'ser name.

True Blue by Daniel Baldacci. The main character, a cop who was framed, did 2 years and prison and was paroled, kept getting into troubling situations in such a thoughtless, stupid, knee jerk way.

I haven't read the Twilight series, but I don't even like the look of it.

Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol was definitely a yawn and the villain was just over the top.
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