The Awakening by Kate Chopin - Originally read December 2003. I couldn't really connect with the main character in this one, but at the time, I didn't really understand the pressures of a married woman with children (because I was neither a wife or mother at the time) much less how those pressures would be magnified in the character's era.
Dandelion Wine by Ray Bradbury - Originally read in September 2002. According to my review, this book bored me to death. I found it tedious and just a way for Bradbury to used as many descriptive synonyms as he could find for common words. Honestly, after 9 years, I don't even remember reading this book, so it must've been forgettable at the time.
American Psycho by Bret Easton Ellis - Originally read in October 2003. I was actually on the cusp of like and dislike with the book. I can remember tiring of the obsessive label dropping, even though I realized that it was to really show this shallow side. Also, I remember thinking the violence was redundant and boring after a while.
We'll see if a reread changes my opinion on any of these books. I may add more, but those were the first ones I found while going through my old journal. There are some that I remember too well, though, and I will NEVER read those again.
So, there should be quite a few reviews up at the end of year. Let's get to reading!