Well of course I have the usual urge to burn Twilight, but there is also a book that depressed me so much that I could start crying at any moment. It's a Dutch book called 'Het fluisterboek', translated it means 'the book of whispers'. It's about a girl who twice tries to commit suicide. I hated it.
since everyone already said the obvious Twilight and Fifty Shades, this is difficult. Maybe Dante's Inferno because that book scared the hell out of me and it would also be pretty ironic to light it on fire.
Question: Can I take the pages from everything Stephenie Meyer ever wrote, as well as the 50 Shades of Grey offshoots, and bind them together to consider it one book?
If yes, then I would burn that, in a gasoline fire while Beethoven plays in the distance.
If no, then it depends on my mood.
If I was in a bad mood, I would burn The Host in a gasoline fire while Beethoven plays in the distance, because I wouldn't be satisfied with just burning one of the Twilight "novels" without including the whole set, and arguably, the Host is an even worse atrocity to all things literature and female.
If I was in a slightly less bad mood, I would burn the first 50 Shades of Grey book for starting a new wave of literacy destruction and gross misunderstanding of how the BDSM subculture works, even if it did somehow come off to people as if it was being positive, which would've been nice if true.
If I was in the mood to really piss people off and be ironic, I'd go to the south and burn the bible. Not for any personal offense to me, but because they burned Harry Potter down there and a witch burning the bible there would be sure to piss the same people off.
If I was in a good mood, I would burn Farenheit 451, for irony's sake and to see if the book actually ignites at 451 degrees Farenheit.
The Bible you'll just have some Christians tell you its disturbing and they forgive you. Its a different story with the other book. An extremist will either gun you down with an AK47, or drive a car bomb and blow you to kingdom come.
Any of James Patterson's young adult books. They are thick-ish (more to burn ) and so awful I couldn't finish any of the series. They all had so much potential to be great (Not so much Witch&Wizard, but Maximum Ride had such an awesome premise only to be destroyed by personality-devoid characters and a billion dead-end/loose-end plots) only to disappoint.