High-Concept/Non-Literary

I recently made a bookshelf called High-Concept/Non-Literary. What does this mean? It means books I've found that can be summed up into a simple log line, but may not necessarily have literary merit. But this I mean books that may be decent books, but aren't necessarily critically acclaimed.

 

If you have a simple book that is decent, but may not have literary merit, feel free to give me a recommendation.

 

I have kind of a weird way of categorizing things sometimes.