The Bookshelf of Infamy
The following are the books that i felt were so bad they not only were removed from my Kindle, but also got deleted completely from my Amazon account.   And then any downloaded copies and all back ups were tracked down, removed, overwritten several times and ensured to be thoroughly expunged* from my computer: just to make absolutely sure there is no way these books will ever be discovered again on any of my devices.

Yes, a book has to be ugly bad to get that kind of treatment, and these books are that ugly bad.

*now that’s a lovely word that doesn’t get enough use these days, and the zeitgeist is really crying out for a good load of expunging if you ask me

Caraval, written by Stephanie Garber.
The Little Mermaid, written by Hans Christian Anderson.
Of Mutability, written by Jo Shapcott.
Self Aware, written by Matt Martinez.
Walden, written by Henry David Thoreau.
The Windup Girl, written by Paolo Bacigalupi.

Legendary, written by Stephanie Garber.
The Bookshop Of Yesterdays, written by Amy Meyerson.
One Hundred Years of Solitude, written by Gabriel Garcia Marquez.
Enchanted Britain, written by Marc Alexander.
The Vegetarian, written by Han Kang.

Finale, written by Stephanie Garber.
The Unwanted, written by Steam Punk.
That Is That, written by Nirmala.
I Am Legend, written by Richard Matheson.
Alice, written by Julia Crane.
The Courage to be Disliked, written by Ichiro Kishimi & Fumitake Koga.