Mrs. Dalloway. I would get really confused and then forget what I was reading and it got really tedious, so I stopped. Hopefully in a few years I'll pick it up again.
“Sophie’s World” as I remember, I started it and reached up to half of it, but I’m telling you this book is dense of information and historical philosophy. It was during my first days of philosophy readings (although you can still say I’m in the early days). I couldn’t finish it while working on my university courses.
I plan to read it from the beginning in a vacation or something. It’s a very useful book to read.
I haven't finished "The Painted Bird" by Jerzy Kosiński and I have no intention whatsoever of doing so. It was simply too cruel.
I finished that book several days ago.
As someone who is not squeamish whatsoever and is actually dissapointed by a lot of books for not being graphic enough, I must say The Painted Bird almost bordered on being too much. But, I really liked it.