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1 What do you look for in a book? on Sat Sep 15, 2012 7:13 pm

Well first if I'm interested in a book I will usually Google some information about it before actually reading it. Then I will usually ask my friends or teachers and hear their opinion on the book if they read it. After that I will read the back of the cover where they give you the small description to see if the book sounds interesting.

So yeah that's pretty much it.



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2 Re: What do you look for in a book? on Sat Sep 15, 2012 11:46 pm

I wikipedia it...and end up getting spoilers from the wikipedia Very Happy I also look for nice and beautiful covers.


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3 Re: What do you look for in a book? on Thu Oct 18, 2012 11:54 am

I don't "look" for a book. A book finds me. I never read the info or look at covers. I basically just read whatever is suggested to me and randomly pick up books to read from the library.

Half the adventure is discovering if that book is good or not. If I enjoyed reading it from the library--I buy it. If I didn't enjoy it, no harm done. I am a huge Dean Koontz and Kim Harrison fan--if you haven't read any Dean Koontz thriller novels or any of Kim Harrison's "Hollows Series," I strongly recommend them. They are amazing.

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