Whilst re-assembling my personal library after a move, I discovered that I own two books by none other than The Baron Castleshortt. So, here is my question - what are your "banned books", i.e. books that you purchased, read, placed on your shelf, then later came around to throwing away because of personal issues with them and not just to make room. Mine are - - "The Special Air Service" & "British Special Forces; 1945 to the Present" by James G. Shortt. Their author notwithstanding, the books are not very informative and seem to be a little slapdash in the way they were put together, even for an Osprey colouring book. - "Jarhead" by Anthony Swofford. A sh*tty book that became a sh*tty movie. Swoff didn't want to grow up and hated the Marine Corps because it forced him to. He gets his revenge by rehashing ages-old anecdotes and urban legends as his own experiences and proceeds to make a ton of money doing so. - "On Killing: The Psychological Cost of Learning to Kill in War and Society" by Dave Grossman. A pseudo-scientific book based on a long discredited theory by SLA Marshall. Full of questionable methodology and tendencies to ignore examples that disagree with his "facts". Yours ?