A Book (Figuratively) Burned in Effigy

24 Festive Tasks: Door 2 – Guy Fawkes Night, Task 1:

Burn a book in effigy.  Not that anyone of us would do such a thing, but if you HAD to, which book would be the one you’d sacrifice to the flames (gleefully or not)?

The book I’m burning in effigy is the same as the one I already buried last year, E.L. James’s Fifty Shades of Grey. It just can’t die too many deaths.  Maybe I ought to put a stake through its rotten little heart as well.

 

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