"Either" in a sentence


Hi! I have a question regarding the use of the adverb form of the word "either" in a sentence. 


For example: 


If I'm having a conversation with someone, and that person tells me that they haven't read a certain book, does it make sense if I reply: "I'm assuming that means you haven't read ______ either." Meaning I'm assuming that they have not read that book in addition to the ones they have already admited to not reading -- not meaning that I too have not read said book. 


Sorry if I'm being confusing, just want to see if the word either makes sense in the context that I'm using it. Thanks!

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