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    #1

    think much of ...

    I don't think much of his latest book.
    Could you tell me its meaning?
    thanks.

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    #2

    Re: think much of ...

    Without the context it's hard to tell. My guess is, "I don't have much of an opinion about his book."

    Made-up context:
    - What do you think of John's last book?
    - Well, I don't think much. I haven't seen it yet. But I hear it's readable.

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    #3

    Re: think much of ...

    When a native speaker says "I don't think much of X's latest book/film etc." It usually means that that they have a poor opinion of it, they didn't like it.

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