The Land Of Painted Caves. A one-time fan of the author's Earth's Children series I'm afraid these novels by Jean Auel became so formulaic that I lost interest well before book five so this, the sixth, holds no appeal what so ever even if it is the last ever book in the series.
Watership Down. Never a fan of animal stories to begin with, I remember how my ten year old self felt her heart breaking listening to the 1978 song so I'm afraid Richard Adams' novel, along with other animal stories, is a no-go area as far as I'm concerned.
A Big Nowhere/LA Confidential/White Jazz. Books two to four in a series that began with The Black Dahlia, a novel by crime writer James Elroy that to quote my review I thought 'one of the most vile books I have ever had the misfortune to read, 'badly written and full of colloquiums I didn't understand'.
A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess. Not a big fan of overly violent books, I'm totally put off by this book which, set in a near future English society, portrays a subculture of extreme youth violence.
E.L. James' Fifty Shades Of Grey/Fifty Shades Darker/Fifty Shades Freed. A prude (there I've said it) when it comes to explicit sex scenes, but even more off-putting for me is the books reputation as a badly written piece of literature.
The first book I can personally remember people calling to be banned. A huge Elvis fan as a girl I can remember the controversy surrounding the publication of Albert Goldman's Elvis and vowing that whilst people were indeed entitled to read what they wished I for one wouldn't be reading this.
What about you, what books, if any, can't you see yourself reading?