So for my schoolwork I have to read 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (DUN DUN DUNNNNN) As a lot of people know, it's... ._. Meh.
The funny thing is; My schoolwork lesson that's having me read it is talking about how, in a good plot, all of the actions tie together and everything that happens in the story is interrelated. I have absolutely no idea why they're using 20,000 Leagues as an example, because-- if you've read it, you'd know-- NOTHING TIES TOGETHER. You could take SO much out of the book and it would still make perfect sense (and would be much less boring.)
So, yeah, me criticizing the book of one of the most famous writers of all time. o_O Don't ask me why people think he's so awesome... Well, I mean, his books make great movies.