I liked the bit of this podcast about admitting to the books we haven't finished/read. I will confess, Moby Dick continues to defeat me.
It sounds implausible, but I think I actually have read the whole of the Bible. I had to read the Old Testament, King James Version at university, and I read the New Testament later, like Donna in Florida said, because I was working out what I believed in. I'm pretty sure I skipped chunks of the OT but I definitely dipped more than a toe into each of the Books. Since that is now getting on for 30 years ago, it is all a bit hazy. We had to write an essay on Job amongst other tasks. Sigh.
I thought Agent Pete was pretty scathing about Cassandra Clare...I read her first book, but it didn't really take. It felt sub-Buffy to me and since I was in the throes of Whedonthralldom at the time, I didn't feel like reading diluted BTVS type stuff. But I know many a student who has been encouraged to read more by Clare. Have never read any Kenyon at all, but this sounds like one of those super-litigious moments when no one will really come out a winner.