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message 1: by Erika, Dream Thief (last edited Mar 05, 2013 01:03PM) (new)

Erika (livingforthebooks) | 4468 comments Mod
I found something interesting and I wanted to share it with everyone!

It was a post about kinds of readers and it had a link to an article that describes the kinds of readers.
What Kind of Book Reader Are You? A Diagnostics Guide and Many More Types of Book Readers: A Diagnostics Addendum

I diagnosed myself as The "It's Complicated" Reader.
Here's what it says about me:
You are a combination of many of these things and yet completely different, too. Each book means a new type of reader exists in your soul; you refuse to be defined or categorized. You are a freeform, wild, woolly entity. You do whatever you want. You're probably a Pisces. You're definitely a reader.

What's really weird is that I am a Pisces!

So what kind of reader are YOU?
(Types listed below so you don't have to go search through the sites above!)


message 2: by Erika, Dream Thief (last edited Sep 20, 2012 03:13PM) (new)

Erika (livingforthebooks) | 4468 comments Mod
The Hate Reader. Oh, you. You pretend to be curmudgeonly, you do, but you really just devour the reading you do in a different way. You're loving it nearly as much as you're hating it, and maybe then some, even as you complain the author can't put two sentences together properly or that the book is dragging hopelessly in the middle and what kind of plot twist is that, even? An elephant in Act 3? These characters are so poorly drawn as to be comical! You call that a conclusion? Vampires, really? If you are a hate reader you will finish each hate read down to its very last word, and you may well close the covers and toss the volume across the room, but you will do it with a great, secret frisson of satisfaction because it feels so good. You may be an aspiring, disgruntled novelist yourself.Suggested hate reads: Twilight; Fifty Shades of Grey; any much-celebrated novelist's latest offering that's bound to be arguably less than all the hype.

The Chronological Reader. Slow and steady wins the race, dear reader. You are the tortoise to the promiscuous reader's distracted-at-any-turn hare. You buy a book, you read it. You buy another, you read it. Perhaps you borrow a book at the library. You read it, and then you return it, and you get another, which you will read. You may not remember where you began, what the first book that kicked it all off was, and you likely have no idea where you'll end, but the point is, you will go through each book methodically and reasonably, until it is done. You might discard a book, but only if there is very good cause, and it will bring you a sense of deep unease, so you'll probably pick it back up and finish it anyway. You are very good at puzzles, and the most reliable of all your friends. Suggested chronological reads: It doesn't matter; you'll get to them all, eventually.

The Book-Buster. Is your home strewn with books scattered about, this way and that, their pages turned, their covers folded over, their backs broken and their limbs splayed out on either side? You are a destroyer of books, but you love them so. Your spirit book character is Lennie of Of Mice and Men. You just want to hug the books, squeeze them tighter and tighter, you adore them so much, you really don't know you're hurting them. And then you've got a paperback with a huge chunk pulled out of it, or a first edition that's suddenly waterlogged from bath water. You take your books out into the sun and their pages bleach away to nothing, but you keep them anyway, because they are books and you love books. Suggested book-buster reads: Whatever you like, but buy a Kindle.

Delayed Onset Reader #1. You are without a doubt a book lover, and when you walk into a bookstore or any place books are available, you can't help yourself, you buy one or many. When you get home you put them aside, often reverently, as if they were art, displaying them on a bookshelf or propping them up on your bedside table, pages ready to meet your eyes as soon as you have the moment. But you're very, very busy, and days, weeks, or months may go by before you actually crack open one of these books. It's not for lack of trying! When you finally do, you will be overjoyed by all the learning and emotional depth and humor and writing quality that exists in this book that's been sitting within reach all along, and you will be amazed that you waited so long to ever open it. Suggested delayed onset #1 suggestions: The Imperfectionists, by Tom Rachman; The Princess Bride, by William Goldman; Lolita by Nabokov; Anne of Green Gables, by L.M. Montgomery.

Delayed Onset Reader #2. You are not a book lover. You buy books so you can show them off. If you are wealthy, you may have a mahogany-paneled library for expressly this purpose. Since you don't waste time on books, we won't waste time discussing you, but if you ever do pick up a book and read it and love it, you can consider yourself cured. Suggested delayed onset #2 suggestions: The Great Gatsby, Pride and Prejudice, The Hobbit, Gone With the Wind, A Wrinkle in Time, The Chronicles of Narnia.

The Bookophile. More than reading, you just love books. Old ones, the way they smell, the crinkles and yellowing of the pages; new ones, the way they smell, too, the crispness, running your hands over a stack of them at the bookstore. You like books rescued from the street as much as signed first editions; you like drugstore paperbacks, you like hardcover new releases, you like it all. You just like books. To you, they are an object of beauty, and you would never, ever hurt them in any way. Suggested bookophile reads: Anything you can get your hands on. God, that's gorgeous, isn't it?

The Anti-Reader. You are the book version of the person who claims "I never watch TV! I don't even own one!" You never read books, because you find them too long. You consider blog posts too long, too, and are always penning comments that say "TLDR" to express how short something can truly be and still be meaningful. Unfortunately, you are the lady or man who doth protest too much, and you may instead have some deep insecurity about reading that led you to this book-flavorless existence. Pick up a book—a short one, say, start small—and open it, and let your eyes just rest on it for a few quiet moments. You may find yourself changed, because a life without reading is a sad one indeed. Suggested anti-reader books: To get you started, try pop-up books, graphic novels, and comics as well as something on topics you'd normally enjoy watching on TV.

The Cross-Under. You are a grown-up who reads Y.A. or kids books, or a kid who reads adult books, and there is a place for you in society, finally. Your existence acknowledged after so many years, you no longer have to feel shame at your questionable reading habits but can instead bask in the admiration of book blogs and feel a part of the vanguard. You are not ruled by categories; you are a free thinker. When you were in elementary school a librarian told you a book was "Too old for you." You read it anyway, and there's been no going back. Suggested cross-under reads: For kids, Dickens, Fitzgerald, Salinger, Vonnegut, Harper Lee. For adults: Collins, Rowling, Alexie, Chbosky, Lowry.

The Multi-Tasker. This is the nice way of saying you are a promiscuous reader, but it's not that you don't finish reads. Instead, you just have a sort of hippie reading way about you, free love or some such. You might start the day out with a few pages from one novelist, then read something entirely different on the subway, and when you come home from work, another work as well. Your bedtime read, too, might be different, and all in all, when you count up the books, you've got quite a lot of irons in the fire all at the same time. Do you confuse characters or plots? Do you give more attention to some books than to others? Perhaps. The point is, you're not ready for a book commitment just yet, and you're doing a brilliant job dating them all in the meantime. Suggested multi-tasking reads: Short story and essay collections, novellas.

The Sleepy Bedtime Reader. Do you feel the only time you have to read is when you're about to go to sleep? You tote your book into bed with you and it's so very comfortable and the book is so deliciously good, but you cannot keep your eyes open and end up waking up with a book on your face and your light still on at 3 a.m.? Tell no one; if you are lucky, there is no one there to witness your shame, save the characters with whom you are becoming quite close. Suggested sleepy bedtime reads: Whatever you like, just sit in a chair—unless you like falling asleep with a book on your face.


message 3: by Erika, Dream Thief (new)

Erika (livingforthebooks) | 4468 comments Mod
The Book Snob. You are hard to impress, Little Miss or Mister. You only read books that are well reviewed by critics that you have determined to be of the highest caliber. You would never stoop to read something on a best-seller list, or something sold in a discount department store, or something NOT GOOD. Paperbacks offend you; you only touch hardcover—preferably, award-winning in some form or fashion. Suggested book snob reads: Pulitzer nominees, even if no Pulitzer was awarded.

The Hopelessly Devoted. You stick to the authors you like, and you read them, pretty much exclusively, whatever they write, good or bad, regardless of reviews or the opinions of your friends or family. Everyone knows what to get you for your birthday or holidays. You are a true fan, and have been known to stand in line for a book signing from your BWF (Best Writer Forever). Suggested devoted reads: This really depends on you. For me, it's Betty Smith.

The Audiobook Listener. So, ya like audiobooks? That's cool. There's a place for you, person whose ears are essentially eyes. Not that we understand, exactly, but, hey, different strokes for different folks. Probably, you own a car, or run miles like that Olympian in the commercials. Suggested listens: Anything the rest of us would look at.

The Conscientious Reader. It's nonfiction or nothing for you, reader! It should have a purpose, too, and be meaningful. You should learn something. There should be ideals! If it's just fun, you can read it on the Internet, in your humble opinion. You like reporting, true tales, and journalism. If it is fiction, make it by Chinua Achebe. Also, you like libraries. Suggested conscientious reads: Books by presidents; stuff about OccupyWall Street; Unbroken, by Laura Hillenbrand.

The Critic. Yes, it is easier for you to hate than to love, but when you love, you love deeply and in the most eloquent of fashions. It's not a book if you don't discourse about it, and so, discourse you shall! No one can stop you. You allude to metaphors and figurative language and concepts and conceits and plot points in daily conversations. You adore a spectacular conclusion as much as you do a foreword and an afterword. But especially, you love something that you can sink your teeth into and discuss. But only with those of a similar intellectual bent. You find book clubs too "mainstream." Suggested critic reads: Janet Malcolm's The Journalist and the Murderer; anything by Haruki Murakami.

The Book Swagger. You're the one wandering around book conventions with that acquisitive gleam in your eye and a pile of ARCs in your tote bag. If it's free, you'll take it, and even if it's not, you'll try to get it for free. Whether you read all this swag or not is really of little consequence. It's not that you don't love books, you do. But you also really, really love getting to see them before anybody else. And for free! Suggested book swag reads: Get thee to BEA.

The Easily Influenced Reader. If someone says it, they must be right! You listen to everyone, from your mom to Oprah to the members of your book club to Michiko Kakutani, and you believe them all! There are so many books for you to read, you better get started. Don't worry, you already know how to feel about the books you will read—and if you don't, you can Google. You have hands. You enjoy reading in group settings. Suggested easily influenced reads: Cheryl Strayed's Wild; Michael Chabon's Telegraph Avenue; Caitlin Moran's How to Be a Woman; Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn. Just because a lot of people recommend them doesn't mean they're not great!

The All-the-Timer/Compulsive/Voracious/Anything Goes Reader. Wherever you go, whatever you do, there's a book with you. It doesn't matter what it is, really, so long as there are pages with words on them, or an e-reader with words on it. We can't really suggested anything here because you took it with you to the grocery store or subway or library or laundromat or coffee shop, and you're standing in line or sitting down and reading it right now.

The Sharer. You read something you like and you simply will not stop talking about it; you tell everyone you know, and you will not give up until they read it too. And then you want to talk about it. If you are one of these, sometimes you loan people books, too, and that is a good quality. We like you, book sharer. We really, really do. You're a giver, not a taker. Suggested sharables: Anything you read and liked, obviously, but also stuff you don't like, because you might as well pass it along to someone who might enjoy it more than you did.

The Re-Reader. You know what you like, and instead of branching out and possibly finding something new that you don't like, you focus on what you do. You read the same books over and over again, returning to them as if they're old friends, which, pretty much, they are. Your book-reading motto is, "If it ain't broke, don't fix it." Suggested re-readables: You probably already know, but try these.

The "It's Complicated" Reader. You are a combination of many of these things and yet completely different, too. Each book means a new type of reader exists in your soul; you refuse to be defined or categorized. You are a freeform, wild, woolly entity. You do whatever you want. You're probably a pisces. You're definitely a reader. Suggested "it's complicated" reads: We dare not to go there.

The Cat. You creep around the house all day and sneak peeks at all those large, paper things that your owner leaves lying about. Sometimes, if you're lucky, your owner has left one open, and you lie on top of it and let its smooth pages touch your whiskers. It is oddly comfortable, and deeply satisfying, particularly if it's in a spot in the sun, where you enjoy whiling away a whimsical afternoon. Your owner, who is an "It's Complicated" Bookophile type, fancies that you're actually reading the pages, but you're not. You're just lying on them. Humans are so weird. Suggested cat reads: This one looks nice and flat.


message 4: by Haleemah (last edited Sep 23, 2012 03:25PM) (new)

Haleemah (bookworm_101) | 2943 comments After reading the different options, this is definitely me:

The All-the-Timer/Compulsive/Voracious/Anything Goes Reader. Wherever you go, whatever you do, there's a book with you. It doesn't matter what it is, really, so long as there are pages with words on them, or an e-reader with words on it. We can't really suggested anything here because you took it with you to the grocery store or subway or library or laundromat or coffee shop, and you're standing in line or sitting down and reading it right now.

or

The Bookophile. More than reading, you just love books. Old ones, the way they smell, the crinkles and yellowing of the pages; new ones, the way they smell, too, the crispness, running your hands over a stack of them at the bookstore. You like books rescued from the street as much as signed first editions; you like drugstore paperbacks, you like hardcover new releases, you like it all. You just like books. To you, they are an object of beauty, and you would never, ever hurt them in any way. Suggested bookophile reads: Anything you can get your hands on. God, that's gorgeous, isn't it?

But I do not like how old books smell, but everything else is true about me. :D


message 5: by Annabel ♥ (new)

Annabel ♥ (cinnamonbliss) | 4490 comments I'm definitely:

The Bookophile . More than reading, you just love books. Old ones, the way they smell, the crinkles and yellowing of the pages; new ones, the way they smell, too, the crispness, running your hands over a stack of them at the bookstore. You like books rescued from the street as much as signed first editions; you like drugstore paperbacks, you like hardcover new releases, you like it all. You just like books. To you, they are an object of beauty, and you would never, ever hurt them in any way. Suggested bookophile reads: Anything you can get your hands on. God, that's gorgeous, isn't it?

or

The "It's Complicated" Reader. You are a combination of many of these things and yet completely different, too. Each book means a new type of reader exists in your soul; you refuse to be defined or categorized. You are a freeform, wild, woolly entity. You do whatever you want. You're probably a pisces. You're definitely a reader. Suggested "it's complicated" reads: We dare not to go there.


message 6: by Kylee (new)

Kylee absoloutly
The All-The-Timer/Compulsive/Voracious/Anything Goes Reader
all the way!!!
and totally
The Sharer
everyone that knows me knows I don't stop talking about books finally on of my friends braoke down and read one I wouldn't stop talking about ( divergent(my fav))


message 7: by Victor (new)

Victor | 531 comments I am The All-Timer/Compulsive/Voracious/Anything Goes Reader

STOP LOOKING AT ME PEOPLE! So what if I'm reading at Walmart, grocery stores, etc!!!!!!!!!!1


message 8: by Crystal (new)

Crystal (crystalz) | 2 comments Definitely The Sharer, once I finish a book, I spend all day talking to my bookish friends about it and basically 'force' them to read it haha.

And just add The Hopelessly Devoted to me as well. I'm a faithful fan indeed.


message 9: by An (new)

An The Hate Reader
The Bookophile
The All-the-Timer/Compulsive/Voracious/Anything Goes Reader


message 10: by [deleted user] (new)

The "It's Complicated" Reader.


message 11: by Wade (new)

Wade (reader-rabbit) | 36 comments Wow. I'm
1) The Bookophile.
2) The Cross-Under.
3) The All-the-Timer/Compulsive/Voracious/Anything Goes Reader.
4) The Sharer.

Gotta Love Books


message 12: by R.M.F (new)

R.M.F Brown Here's an interesting fact I read somewhere. The average person (who lives to 76 years old) will get through at least one book per week, for a grand total of 3900 books in his/her lifetime. So whatever kind of reader you are, choose wisely!


message 13: by Toots (new)

Toots (Toobiornotoobi) | 1 comments I'm
1) The Bookophile
2)The All-the-Timer/Compulsive/Voracious/Anything Goes Reader.
3) The sharer


message 14: by Emily (new)

Emily | 100 comments I'm the bookophile and the sharer.

Definitely not the book buster. I take care of my books, no dog ears whatsoever!


message 15: by Meryl (new)

Meryl (Meryl_Yourish) Definitely "It's Complicated". I like to re-read, I will buy ANYTHING Patricia McKillip writes, I read slowly, I read fast--depends on my time and the books. Oh, and the YA thing, of course.


message 16: by Sophie (last edited Jan 04, 2013 08:39PM) (new)

Sophie (warpedline) | 96 comments I am definitely "It's Complicated"!

I am a mix of the
1. The Chronological Reader
2. The Bookophile
3. The Cross-Under
4. The All-the-Timer/Compulsive/Voracious/Anything Goes Reader
5. The Sharer
6. The Cat
(If one of my family/friends leaves a book out, I will always pick it up to check it out!)

I will never, ever be the Book Buster though. I would rather die than hurt my precious books!

Lol life is good :)


message 17: by Resa (new)

Resa B | 197 comments The Hate Reader
The Cross-Under
The Multi-Tasker
The Sharer
The Re-Reader


message 18: by Elizabeth (new)

Elizabeth I'm a mix of the Chronological Reader and the Hate reader :)


message 19: by Nikki (new)

Nikki Hoehne (NikkiRajaramlol) | 689 comments "Its complicated" for me too! And its funny because I am Pisces


message 20: by Veronica (new)

Veronica | 442 comments It's complicated
coz I'm a Sharer,Chronological, Bookophile and a devoted reader. Cant imagine world without books <3


message 21: by Ju (last edited Jan 16, 2013 05:24AM) (new)

Ju (juju97) Definitely The All-the-Timer/Compulsive/Voracious/Anything Goes Reader as many of my friends have pointed out and The Multi-Tasker since I read a billion books at once and often forget my emotions for one and feel too much for another and I also think I'm The Cross-Under since I started reading chapter books from grade 1 and people used to unshamingly gawk at me.


message 22: by Nicole D. (new)

Nicole D. (TheReadingRebel) | 196 comments 1)The "It's Complicated" Reader
2)The Re-Reader
3)The Hopelessly Devoted
4)The Bookophile
5)The Cross-Under


message 23: by Kirstyn (new)

Kirstyn | 32 comments I'm the chronological reader, I can't read more than one book at a time. Good thing I read quickly.


message 24: by Mel (new)

Mel I'm an "It's Complicated Reader". I kinda suspected that before I started reading this... XD


message 25: by Taresa (new)

Taresa (PandaBuddy13) I'm the "It's Complicated" Reader and also sort of the Bookophile haha


message 26: by Anita (new)

Anita (ArcticWish) I am a cronological reader. I really hate putting books down and I will try almost anything. Except romance. Ewww...
I could also be the cat (I have fallen asleep on many a textbook), but I think that is a job better left for the cat.


message 27: by Tiffany (new)

Tiffany Gallant (tiffnkailey) lol, I am prolly alot of these, but this one was my favorite. "The Bookophile". I have stacks and stacks of books, ones I haven't even read. I buy them online, and at thrift stores. I almost always have a book in my hand when I'm out and about. I have even been known to read a book at a party. My friends think I'm nuts and they tease me with a "donation box."


message 28: by Maggie (new)

Maggie Curry  (MaggieCurryBookDragon) | 0 comments I am a little bit of the Chronological Reader, Delayed Onset Reader #1, The Bookophile, and the Cross-Under. :)


message 29: by Zach (new)

Zach | 47 comments I am a bookophile and a delayed onset reader #1


message 30: by J (new)

J Multi-tasker, cross-under, and audiobook listener. LOL at people not understanding why people listen to audiobooks.


message 31: by Allison (last edited Aug 06, 2015 09:07PM) (new)

Allison Book Buster, Bookophile, Cross-Under, Hopelessly Devoted, Critic, All-the-Timer, Sharer, Re-reader, and of course, the Cat. Yes I am really a cat.

((No I'm not I just like being a smart aleck.))

(((I took the cat thing literally--I thought it was like, you are a cat not a human, congrats!!)))


message 32: by Zoe (new)

Zoe (zoew2000) | 18 comments th e sharer


message 33: by Crystal (new)

Crystal | 172 comments the delayed onset reader #1 and rereader :) hehe


message 34: by BB (new)

BB | 36 comments The Multi-tasker, definetly XD


message 35: by Fry (new)

Fry Dino (fryingbooks) | 31 comments Nocturnal


message 36: by Kat (new)

Kat | 1553 comments Mod
This is interesting :)
I think I'm a bit of a Chronological reader, bookophile, multi-tasker which I suppose makes me an 'It's Complicated' kind of reader, which seems to be a lot of us.


message 37: by Lauren (new)

Lauren Burns (saussage1994) | 42 comments Definitely The Cross Under. As a teen I read adult crime fiction. Now I'm an adult I read all kinds of YA books. Bit of a change!

Also The Sharer. I can't have a conversation with my mum without trying to get her to read a book and blabbing on about it for ages. And if it's especially good, I admit, I take to Facebook and Instagram to rave about them in hopes of getting more people to read it.

And I of course relate to the It's Complicated one. Don't most people? In fact, can I make up my own?

The Perfectionist. Obsessed with keeping books in perfect condition. Dog ears, broken spines, yellow pages, dirty marks, etc. repulse you. You avoid second hand books because of this, which costs a fortune because of all the new books you're constantly buying.

The Hoarder. You buy books. You buy some more. You buy a few more here. A few more there. You've read less than half the amount you've bought? Yes, that's you! You buy more than you consume!


message 38: by Kat (new)

Kat | 1553 comments Mod
Though I'm neither of them, nice ones Lauren :)


message 39: by Lydia (new)

Lydia | 54 comments The Chronological

The Bookophile

The Cross-Under

Sleepy bed time reader


message 40: by Jaina (new)

Jaina | 96 comments The Sleepy Bedtime Reader and the Critic.
And the Chronological
And the Bookophile.
Damn, we readers are complicated.


message 41: by Alexis (new)

Alexis (TigeroftheTowerGuard) | 677 comments Chronological,, Cross-Under, Sleepytime reader


message 42: by Paul (new)

Paul West (PauWWest) | 11 comments I like to read at bedtime and during my lunch breaks.


message 43: by Madison (new)

Madison | 7 comments I'm both the 're-reader' and the 'it's complicated reader' :P


message 44: by Melanie (new)

Melanie Ifield I'm a mixture!
A re-reader who is a bookophile and a cross-under. Does this make my reading style hopelessly confused? :)


message 45: by Alexa (new)

Alexa (alvxaduarte) i'm a mix of:
1) the chrobological reader
2) the bookophile
3) the sleepy bed time reader
4) the easily influenced reader
5) the sharer


Bethyboo ღ The Book Addict ღ (Atheniax) Well that was interesting. I'm a mix of:

1) The Chronological Reader
2) The Cross-Under
3) The All-the-Timer/Compulsive/Voracious/Anything Goes Reader
4) The Re-Reader
5) The "It's Complicated" Reader


message 47: by Sinead (new)

Sinead I'm two:

The Bookophile. More than reading, you just love books. Old ones, the way they smell, the crinkles and yellowing of the pages; new ones, the way they smell, too, the crispness, running your hands over a stack of them at the bookstore. You like books rescued from the street as much as signed first editions; you like drugstore paperbacks, you like hardcover new releases, you like it all. You just like books. To you, they are an object of beauty, and you would never, ever hurt them in any way. Suggested bookophile reads: Anything you can get your hands on. God, that's gorgeous, isn't it?

The Chronological Reader. Slow and steady wins the race, dear reader. You are the tortoise to the promiscuous reader's distracted-at-any-turn hare. You buy a book, you read it. You buy another, you read it. Perhaps you borrow a book at the library. You read it, and then you return it, and you get another, which you will read. You may not remember where you began, what the first book that kicked it all off was, and you likely have no idea where you'll end, but the point is, you will go through each book methodically and reasonably, until it is done. You might discard a book, but only if there is very good cause, and it will bring you a sense of deep unease, so you'll probably pick it back up and finish it anyway. You are very good at puzzles, and the most reliable of all your friends. Suggested chronological reads: It doesn't matter; you'll get to them all, eventually.


message 48: by Grace (new)

Grace Crandall | 65 comments I'm a Multi-Tasker, a Cross-Under, and Hopelessly Devoted :) these were fun to read!


message 49: by Lacey (new)

Lacey (LaceyParisBooks) | 254 comments I think I'm the bookophile and the sharer


message 50: by Nellie ☾ (new)

Nellie ☾ (derpnerys) | 592 comments I guess this makes me The "It's Complicated" Reader because I'm a combination of:

1) Delayed Onset Reader #1 - Only because I do buy books and keep them in my shelf but sometimes I am indeed too busy to read. Sometimes I'm reading something else, so they're just on my waiting list.
2) The Cross-Under - Yaaaas. Ever since I was like 8 and in 2nd grade, I was always so upset why the upper part of our Elementary library are only for 4th-6th graders because the books there 'don't have pictures on them.' Then I started reading adult romance when I was also like 11 but now that I am 20, I still read YA and childrens xD anything goes.
3) The Sleepy Bedtime Reader - my favorite time to read.
4) The Re-Reader - 'nuff said. I'd reread a book if I love it or if I simply want to recall whatever happened.


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