Yes, Na. That’s a common challenge that many people face with some Books and chapters. I think a reminder of the purpose of Reading Through the Bible in 2 years will be very helpful. Again, the primary idea is simply reading through without studying.. Since basic reading is at the core of RTB, your approach to all the Books should be the same. That is the key habit you want to develop: read everything to have the basic knowledge of everything in the Word. When you study these books in more detail, the specific approaches will be different. There are a few chapters that sometimes get discouraging for many people, such as genealogies or sacrifices. AS a temporary measure, I often suggest you skip over chapters rather than getting discouraged and abandoning the entire RTB.
Remember that RTB is not a one time but something you will do every 1-2 years, so, over time, you will become familiar with the Bible and the difficult chapters. In the long run, we want to avoid the habit of skipping over chapters or portions of the Bible. So make an allowance for your personal progress. As you begin, make an allowance that some chapters might be difficult and you might bypass them for now, but as you grow in this habit, we would not expect that you will be doing this in say 5 years from now.