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Lots of criticism gets heaped on E. James for her clunky prose and all-around bad writing, but the Fifty Shades author doesn't hold a candle to Amanda McKittrick Ros, who is believed by many to be the worst writer in history. In this vein, her lone novel Irene Iddesleigh is also considered one of the worst books ever written, and now you can download it for free over at Project Gutenberg. The history behind Irene Iddesleigh will no doubt remind you of the aforementioned Fifty Shades. Mark Twain labeled it "one of the greatest unintentionally humorous novels of all time. Lewis, J. So, just how bad was Irene Iddesleigh?
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