I'd rather not throw a book at anything, but saving the world from zombies sounds pretty cool. So, The Geography of You and Me it is. I swear everyone except me loved it. *throws*
If the sky looks dark, I'll probably have an umbrella with me somewhere anyway. I live in England, it's what we're good at. BUT. If my umbrella snapped because of the wind (this has happened to me twice before; never buy your umbrellas from Primark) I would use Split Second by Kasie West. I read the first book and loved it, but I haven't had time to read this one yet. You can't miss something you haven't read, right? ...Right?
This happened to me a few months ago, actually, although I didn't throw a book at my teacher's face... the book was To Kill a Mockingbird. I know it's a book that means a lot to the majority of people who have read it, and it is a huge part of literature, but I struggled to get into it and gave up on page 49, having taken a week to get to that point already. So. *Aggressively throws book*
I would happily set fire to Stella by Helen Eve. It was messy, irritating and pointless, and I think I gave it one star. I still don't understand what happened at the end as it was so rushed. Get it away from me, please. Sorry.
You know there's sometimes a couple of blank pages at the end of a book for no apparent reason? I pick the last page of City of Heavenly Fire by Cassandra Clare, because how important is a blank page to me anyway? Technically that isn't cheating... ;) While I'm here, does anyone actually know what those blank pages are for? I'm curious now...
What books would you sacrifice?