who loves to enjoy a good book



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Post #19 January 2013, 00:16
I love reading where ever i find a place and time ,i prefer horror books such as Edgar Allan Poe ,Stephen King,Bram Stoker and many others,i like reding in the most unusual places,under trees,ouside when it's raining ;not on top of me of course.Do you enjoy reading?What gender do you prefer and why?



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Post #29 January 2013, 07:23
i like horror n fiction...but lik horror d best..darren shan..don knw actually y i lik it smtymz i evn laugh out loud readin sm scary stuffs...

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Post #320 January 2013, 22:32
A good book is always nice to read from time to time
I lyk comedies lyk ,,confessions of a shopaholic
Also its ta best treatment if u cnt sleep ,,, read a few pages n u r guaranteed sleep

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Post #427 January 2013, 02:30
Reading is one of my favourite past times. I read an average of 6 novels a month. I love novels that challenge my view of the world, novels that make me think, preferably through humour and sarcasm.

A very good example of this is Sir Terry Pratchett's Discworld series of humorous fantasy novels. Although the novels are fantasy and hilariously funny, they have that effect, if read with an open mind. Sir Terry has an astute grasp of the human condition and the realities of life.



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Post #528 February 2013, 12:15
Books are said to be Best-Freinds & I love Reading too and i keep my options open..i love to read just about anything from any genre.....from fiction to non-fiction..... but it should interest me.



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Post #616 January 2015, 02:04
I can't imagine a life without books, well, I wouldn't want to imagine it. Books take you outside yourself. I like books that show humanity. I am a huge fan of Pat Conroy, he wrote The Great Santini, Prince of Tides, and Beach Music. We all, somewhere in our lives, have mild to major dysfunction. He shows it through his own family and with laughter and tears. I have read till pages begin to fall out! A Tale of Two Cities, once a year I read it because Sidney Carton deserves it. What a character Dickens created! Most Jane Austen, she had a great understanding of people, Anita Shreve's The Pilot's Wife makes me think...How well DO we know the people we love the most? Poor depressed Thomas Hardy is my favorite, Tess of the D'Urburvilles, Far From The Madding Crowd (yes, madding not maddening) You read his words and smell the countryside and hear life in your head. So many great minds have put gems out there. When I was young, in the late 60's or so it was S. E. Hinton's The Outsiders. Anyone familiar with it?

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