The Boy in the Striped Pajamas was a bestseller a few years ago and also a film - it is a children's book (but crossover for adults) about a young boy who is the son of a Nazi commander and strikes up a friendship with a Jewish boy across the wire at Auschwitz. It is really more of a parable. There are a lot of unlikely things in it and my brother said he almost stopped reading at the point where the 9 year old Nazi kid didn't know anything about what "Heil Hitler" meant, or something like that. The boy was very naive but I thought for the purposes of the book it worked. I think it's fair to say that my ISTJ brother got bogged down by the failings in the technical details and couldn't appreciate the message of the book so much because that annoyed him. I noticed those discrepancies but wasn't too bothered by them cause I was looking more at what it represented.
I guess the thing is, we both read the book, although we are different types. But we reacted in different ways.
Books are a bit chancy anyway. A lot of people of any type don't read much. Even being something predictable like INFJ or INTJ doesn't mean you'll be much of a reader. Then you might get loads of people reading The Da Vinci Code, but their reactions will have much to do with their type (as well as individual taste...and I think that can be quite separate from type.)