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Kadijah Michelle (kadmich) | 2176 comments So you have joined our group, you have received your Welcome Email from me or another member of the Welcome Committee, you ordered/requested our group read, set your goal, and set up your member's corner. Wow, that's a lot, but if you are as obsessed about reading as so many of us in the group are, you will be looking for more! So many of us are on here for the great book recommendations, and this group makes the best because we are an all welcoming, all motivated, and all genre kind of group.

But before you take recommendations from our almost 7000 thousand members, give us some of yours by answering these few questions. Many Thanks.

What was the last book you read before filling out this questionnaire?

What was the first "grown up" book you ever read?

What book would you never remove from your book shelf?

What book have your read more often than any other?

What book was the hardest for you to finish?

What book kept you up way past your bedtime?

What book is next on your To Be Read list?


Kadijah Michelle (kadmich) | 2176 comments What was the last book you read before filling out this questionnaire? Stuff White People Like: A Definitive Guide to the Unique Taste of Millions

What was the first "grown up" book you ever read? Acts of Faith

What book would you never remove from your book shelf? I have several, but here's the short short list The Quran, What Everyone Needs to Know about Islam, To Kill a Mockingbird, The Last Lecture, The Rainmaker, and Freakonomics: A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything

What book have your read more often than any other? I think One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish. This was a favorite of mine growing up and now a favorite for my kids.

What book was the hardest for you to finish? I've been reading Under the Net for 12 years! I just can't seem to finish it.

What book kept you up way past your bedtime? The entire Harry Potter series, especially Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix.

What book is next on your To Be Read list? This month's group read, The Girl with All the Gifts.


message 3: by ZaraS (new)

ZaraS  *book reviewer | 2365 comments Hi Kadijah,

I'm not new but I hope it's ok to post my answers as well.

What was the last book you read before filling in this questionnaire? Rise of ISIS: A Threat We Can't Ignore

What was the first "grown up" book you ever read? Light from Heaven

What book would you never remove from your book shelf? There are many. Here are some of them: The Memory Room, Light from Heaven, Back from the Brink: A Glimpse of the Fourth Dimension, The Selection, The Elite, The One

What book have your read more often than any other? Light from Heaven

What book was the hardest for you to finish? Gone Girl (tried to read it twice and both times failed miserably)

What book kept you up way past your bedtime? Calling Invisible Women

What book is next on your To Be Read list? Whichever one takes my fancy at the time - I'm a mood reader = I'll read when the mood takes me.


message 4: by Winter, Group Reads (last edited Dec 04, 2015 06:09AM) (new)

Winter (winter9) | 4601 comments Great idea!

What was the last book you read before filling out this questionnaire?

Last finished: Snow like Ashes Snow Like Ashes (Snow Like Ashes, #1) by Sara Raasch
Last read in: I,Robot I, Robot (Robot, #0.1) by Isaac Asimov

What was the first "grown up" book you ever read?

Good question! Ah the remembering.. And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie This one seems likely..

What book would you never remove from your book shelf?

The Neverending Story The Neverending Story by Michael Ende

What book have your read more often than any other?

The Clan of the Cave Bear The Clan of the Cave Bear (Earth's Children, #1) by Jean M. Auel and Elfhunter which is my comfortread Elfhunter (Tales of Alterra, the World That Is) by C.S. Marks

What book was the hardest for you to finish?

The Iron Heel... The Iron Heel by Jack London

What book kept you up way past your bedtime?

First time through The Clan of the Cave Bear, but also the Ice People Spellbound (Legend of the Ice People, #1) by Margit Sandemo by Margit Sandemo. Any Stephen King will do the same almost, but I get too scared..

What book is next on your To Be Read list?

I'm guessing the next is The Stranger by Albert Camus The Stranger by Albert Camus


message 5: by Marina (new)

Marina (sonnenbarke) I like your questionnaire, Kadijah! here's my answers:

What was the last book you read before filling out this questionnaire?

I was reading L'oceano borderline (The Borderline Ocean) earlier today. However, I haven't finished it yet. The last book I've read from start to finish was To My Children's Children.

What was the first "grown up" book you ever read?

Something by Agatha Christie, can't remember the title.

What book would you never remove from your book shelf?

There are many. Let's say Auto-da-Fé.

What book have your read more often than any other?

Comedy of Vanity & Life-Terms -- well, just Comedy of Vanity, actually, I have a nice little German book with just the one play.

What book was the hardest for you to finish?

Recently, Dragonfly in Amber. I usually just give up if they're too hard to finish for any reason.

What book kept you up way past your bedtime?

The Harry Potter series!

What book is next on your To Be Read list?

A Christmas Carol and Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe.


message 6: by Lulu (new)

Lulu (robotwitch) | 281 comments What was the last book you read before filling out this questionnaire?
The Traitor Baru Cormorant

What was the first "grown up" book you ever read?
A Child Called "It", but I wouldn't recommend it

What book would you never remove from your book shelf?
Wuthering Heights, To Kill a Mockingbird, The Princess Bride, Revolutionary Road, Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?

What book have your read more often than any other?
I don't reread as an adult, but as a kid/teen? The Arctic Incident, for sure.

What book was the hardest for you to finish?
A Storm of Swords: Steel and Snow. I've never finished the second part.

What book kept you up way past your bedtime?
Recently, both Doomsday Book and Uprooted had me up until past 4am.

What book is next on your To Be Read list?
Currently reading Luna: New Moon (excellent) and Golden Son. Next is Radiance.


message 7: by Cassandra (last edited Dec 04, 2015 12:54PM) (new)

Cassandra | 5832 comments What was the last book you read before filling out this questionnaire?
Ancillary Justice was the last book I finished. The last book I read something from was The Assassination of Margaret Thatcher: Stories.

What was the first "grown up" book you ever read?
I haven't the slightest idea. I read way too many books when I was a kid.

What book would you never remove from your book shelf?
I'm pretty ruthless about getting rid of books because I have very little space to store them. Dune has been on the shelf for a very long time, though.

What book have your read more often than any other?
Probably The Phantom Tollbooth. It's still one of my favorite books of all time.

What book was the hardest for you to finish?
Dracula for sure. I couldn't even finish it. As far as I'm concerned, the story is over halfway through the book. I'm picking a book I actually did finish at a later time, then I'd say The Golden Compass.

What book kept you up way past your bedtime?
Most recently, Ancillary Justice. There's a tipping point at the end where if you read that far, it's extremely difficult to put the book down until it's over.

What book is next on your To Be Read list?
Golden Son, I think.


message 8: by Stephanie (new)

Stephanie  | 976 comments This is a pretty legit idea. I am not completely new (re-discovered Good Reads in October and finally joined some of these discussion groups then), but hopefully I can answer.

1. What was the last book you read before filling out this questionnaire?

The Book of Lost Things- which was excellent. I highly recommend it. Currently, I am reading Sometimes a Great Notion which is harder to get through. Particularly the first "chapter." Now that I am about a quarter of the way through, though it is interesting enough to continue though. I rarely ever stop reading a book.

2. What was the first "grown up" book you ever read?

It was either A Child Called "It" or The Diary of a Young Girl both for school in about third grade or so. (I was a weird kid). I would say the first "grown up" book I read for pleasure was probably 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea in 5th grade.

3. What book would you never remove from your book shelf?

There are several: Brave New World, Crime and Punishment, The Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings, The Complete Sherlock Holmes, Jules Verne: Seven Novels, Ender's Game- there are more, but you get the idea :)

4. What book have your read more often than any other?

All of the Harry Potter books, the Narnia books, my Nancy Drew books (which I still read sometimes when I'm bored)- mostly series.

5. What book was the hardest for you to finish?

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn- it just made me so angry. I didn't like the racism in it and I hated the writing style. Everything about that book is awful. I just can't. I'm not a huge fan of A Tale of Two Cities, Great Expectations or A Clockwork Orange either. It physically hurt me to read those books.

6. What book kept you up way past your bedtime?

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children was the most recent one. There have been others, but for now, I highly recommend that book.

7. What book is next on your To Be Read list?

After I am done with the monster I am reading, I will move onto either The Mysterious Affair at Styles or Murder at the Vicarage. I have never read Agatha Christie and that will be changing before the year is done.


message 9: by [deleted user] (last edited Dec 05, 2015 05:40PM) (new)

What was the last book you read before filling out this questionnaire?

The Clue of the Leaning Chimney

I'm currently reading The Arcanum: The Extraordinary True Story

What was the first "grown up" book you ever read?

hmmm...I guess The Catcher in the Rye? But I mainly read children's books as an adult so I guess my definitions are weird.

What book would you never remove from your book shelf?

A Tree Grows in Brooklyn


What book have your read more often than any other?

See above.

What book was the hardest for you to finish?

An American Tragedy

What book kept you up way past your bedtime?

Almost any book. I'm usually asleep by 9 :-)

What book is next on your To Be Read list?

READ ALL THE BOOKS


message 10: by Icy (new)

Icy (icystorm) What was the last book you read before filling out this questionnaire?
A Pack Divided

What was the first "grown up" book you ever read?
I honestly don't remember, but if I were to guess it would be Hobgoblin

What book would you never remove from your book shelf?
Hobgoblin because it was given to me by my dad. Others are The Gunslinger, The Wind Through the Keyhole, and Francis

What book have your read more often than any other?
Warriors Box Set These six books. I stopped counting after 20.

What book was the hardest for you to finish?
The Shack My grandma tried and couldn't even finish it, and that is saying something. Other than that The Gunslinger It can be a pretty hard book to stick with, but is well worth it in the end.

What book kept you up way past your bedtime?
Too many, so I am just going to pick one at random. The Dark Highlander

What book is next on your To Be Read list?
Just started The Silence of the Chihuahuas
What I read after depends if I make it to a book store or not.


message 11: by Kadijah Michelle (new)

Kadijah Michelle (kadmich) | 2176 comments New members, come give us your recommendations!


message 12: by Ashley (new)

Ashley What was the last book you read before filling out this questionnaire? The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring

What was the first "grown up" book you ever read? Jurassic Park

What book would you never remove from your book shelf? The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

What book have your read more often than any other? Where the Red Fern Grows

What book was the hardest for you to finish? 1000 Gifts

What book kept you up way past your bedtime? A Discovery of Witches

What book is next on your To Be Read list? Probably The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers


message 13: by Lela (new)

Lela Baskett (saylormae) | 4 comments What was the last book you read before filling out this questionnaire?The Lost Hero

What was the first "grown up" book you ever read? The Secret History

What book would you never remove from your book shelf? The Secret History Harry Potter Boxset Percy Jackson and the Olympians Boxed Set The Heroes of Olympus Hardcover Boxed Set The Egyptian Royals Collection: Three Historical Novels by Michelle Moran: Nefertiti, The Heretic Queen, and Cleopatra's Daughter

What book have your read more often than any other? The Heretic Queen

What book was the hardest for you to finish? The Goldfinch

What book kept you up way past your bedtime? The Son of Neptune

What book is next on your To Be Read list? The Mark of Athena


message 14: by Jill (new)

Jill Tool | 169 comments What was the last book you read before filling out this questionnaire?: The Curse of the Pharaohs

What was the first "grown up" book you ever read?: HAHAHAH anything I could hide from my mother...lol....The Insiders

What book would you never remove from your book shelf?: Rebecca

What book have your read more often than any other?: Rebecca

What book was the hardest for you to finish?: The Maiden of Mayfair

What book kept you up way past your bedtime?: Whistling Past the Graveyard

What book is next on your To Be Read list?:Scarlet


message 15: by Ellen Rory (new)

Ellen Rory Page | 153 comments What was the last book you read before filling out this questionnaire? The Queen of the Tearling

What was the first "grown up" book you ever read? I actually don't know, as soon as I could climb up to get them I used to pinch my Mum's books and read them under the covers at night! The book that stands up as being 'real' to me is probably The Diary of a Young Girl I remember it being the first book without that childish feeling of happily ever after, I was very young and absolutely devastated when I got to the end of it.

What book would you never remove from your book shelf? Theres a lot! i tend to giveaway favourites and then rebuy them for myself because I just want to share, its like look this book destroyed me emotionally, now you read it! The Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver Random Acts Of Heroic Love by Danny Scheinmann
For One More Day by Mitch Albom
What book have your read more often than any other? Probably the harry potter series or clan of the cave bear. I think I will be adding the outlander books to this list too.

What book was the hardest for you to finish? lord of the rings, I was so excited to read and it just didn't. I persevered but I felt someone had taken all these things and made them boring.

What book kept you up way past your bedtime? all books, probably most the harry potter books when they first came out, memoirs of a geisha, how to talk to a widower.

What book is next on your To Be Read list? probably Scarlet the second book in the luna trilogy or birdsong.


message 16: by Kadijah Michelle (new)

Kadijah Michelle (kadmich) | 2176 comments Ellen Rory wrote: "What book would you never remove from your book shelf? Theres a lot! i tend to giveaway favourites and then rebuy them for myself because I just want to share, its like look this book destroyed me emotionally, now you read it!."

OMG! I am the same way. I'm always giving away my favorites and then rebuying them. I have one book that I have bought 5 times!


message 17: by Gel (new)

Gel (geelincrizza) | 14 comments What was the last book you read before filling out this questionnaire?
I'm currently reading Under the Never Sky by Veronica Rossi.

What was the first "grown up" book you ever read?
I think it was The A.B.C. Murders by Agatha Christie.

What book would you never remove from your book shelf?
Oh... this is hard. If I have to choose one, I would say The Calling by James Frey.

What book have your read more often than any other?
I always read The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupery every now and then.

What book was the hardest for you to finish?
Devil May Cry by Sherrilyn Kenyon. I lost interest in it, unlike the first book I read from her. I still haven't finished it.

What book kept you up way past your bedtime?
It has to be Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs. Good read.

What book is next on your To Be Read list?
I borrowed The Wallflower, Vol. 1 by Tomoko Hayakawa from by best friend and am planning to return it soon, so I think that would be it.


message 18: by Kate Elizabeth (last edited Jan 10, 2016 09:13AM) (new)

Kate Elizabeth (k_hodgeyyy) | 67 comments What was the last book you read before filling out this questionnaire?
Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children.

What was the first "grown up" book you ever read?
I don't really remember. I think it was either Just Listen or The Abortionist's Daughter.

What book would you never remove from your book shelf?
My original copy of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone.

What book have your read more often than any other?
I can't say for sure because I've read both of these countless times but it's either Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone or A Special Friend.

What book was the hardest for you to finish?
The Lovely Bones. It took me 2 and half weeks to get through this because I could only read a little bit at a time before I got bored and had to put it down.

What book kept you up way past your bedtime?
So many! Most recently though it would have to be Etiquette & Espionage.

What book is next on your To Be Read list?
I don't know, there are way too many to choose from!!


message 19: by Trenton (new)

Trenton | 9 comments What was the last book you read before filling out this questionnaire?
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone

What was the first "grown up" book you ever read?
The first NOVEL I ever read was Twilight

What book would you never remove from your bookshelf?
The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy

What book have your read more often than any other?
The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy

What book was the hardest for you to finish?
Marked (House of Night #1) Just didn't like any of those books.

What book kept you up way past your bedtime?
Public Enemy Number Two (Diamond Brothers #2) the first book that ever keep me up late. (for a younger audience)

What book is next on your To Be Read list?
All of the Harry Potter books





I want to request some recommendations though.
I love popular science books, but it is hard for me to find new interesting ones.

Ones I have read so far.
1. The Hunt for Vulcan: . . . And How Albert Einstein Destroyed a Planet, Discovered Relativity, and Deciphered the Universe
2. Voices in the Ocean: A Journey into the Wild and Haunting World of Dolphins
3. Elon Musk: Inventing the Future
4. Unstoppable: Harnessing Science to Change the World
5. Undeniable: Evolution and the Science of Creation


message 20: by Karin (new)

Karin | 757 comments What was the last book you read before filling out this questionnaire? Major Pettigrew's Last Stand if you mean last book I finished. Mariana by Monica Dickens if you mean today, but I'm not done.

What was the first "grown up" book you ever read? I'm not sure. If The Hobbit is a grown up book, then probably that one, otherwise it was a novel by Robert A. Heinlein involving a brain surgeon and a biochemist, but I read another one with a brain surgeon later by him, so there are at least two like that.

What book would you never remove from your book shelf? Holy Bible King James Version

What book have your read more often than aLucia in Londonny other? Holy Bible King James Version

What book was the hardest for you to finish?Don Quixote

What book kept you up way past your bedtime? too many to list

What book is next on your To Be Read list? Lucia in London Snow Falling on Cedars (reread--one of my favourite novels) Blackberry Winter (I read more than one book in any given week)


message 21: by Dara (new)

Dara (winged-panther) | 10 comments Cute questionnaire. Guess I'll give it a shot too!

What was the last book you read before filling out this questionnaire? How to Survive Middle School

What was the first "grown up" book you ever read? Hm, this one was a tough question. For school, we were made to read so many: Shakespear, Poe, Dickens, etc. I loved them all though. But I thing the first one I really read on my own had something to do with blood and roses in the title or something. Don't even remember the author anymore it's been so long ago. I'd remember the book if I'd started reading it though. It was a murder mystery filled to the brim with blood, sex, and cursing. I do remember my grandma throwing a fit when she found out what was in it and took it away. After I found where she hid it and took it back she took it again and ripped it up. I never got to finish it. But it got me hooked on murder mysteries. (I could've cared less about the language or sex, but the true-to-life storytelling and the gore/mystery combo was what hooked me.) But if we're talking the first one I ever completed that wasn't for school, then it would have to be Cat and Mouse.

What book would you never remove from your book shelf? Considering I have shelves in 2 separate states, there's a list. Not to mention I'm a hoarder when it comes to books. (As a kid I used to say that the only way I'd ever be happy is if I owned every book ever written by every author. Of course I didn't realize then exactly how many that was until I got older.) But, if I still have them on my shelf at my grandma's, I'd have to say it would be my 3 favorite books of all time: Blood and Chocolate, The Silver Kiss, & Cat and Mouse (which was a birthday present given to me by my best friend at the time and the first present I can remember ever receiving from someone outside of my family.)

What book have your read more often than any other? Another tough one. I don't think there's any particular book that I've read more than others. But a book series I've read more that others that I would love to revisit has got to be the Goosebumps Series. I had almost every one when I was a kid, including the very first one - Welcome to Dead House - that I really wanted but was so hard to find. Then I got really sick and my grandma went out searching stores only to find the only one she could to bring home to me as a surprise and gave it to me when I felt better. Then, later, someone else ended up giving me one as a gift for the holidays so I ended up with two! I passed one on to my mom to read, figuring she'd like it too.

What book was the hardest for you to finish? The very first one I would have to say would have to be The Holy Bible. Don't even remember which version. All I remember is I was determined to read it all the way through so I picked it up and started with the first page which was something like Abraham begoth whoever begoth whoever begoth and so on like that for the first couple sections. I closed it and was like 'nope, not happening'. Too complicated. But if we're talking finished, then that's a toss-up between A Tale of Two Cities (it took me months to get through the beginning it was so boring, but once I got past the first part it turned out to be a pretty decent read, though definitely with some parts that needed to be reread) and another book I can't remember the title to. I'd remember it if I'd seen it. But it had something to do with the end times and the revelations of the bible and the second coming of Christ. It was written by some pastor or reverend and he used references of the Titanic and everything else. I picked it up at a fair. One of the booths was giving out free religious books and bibles. It was so boring it took me almost a year to finish and it wasn't anywhere near as thick as what I usually read. But after I finished it I gifted it over to my mom who finished it quickly and absolutely loved it. So I guess to each their own.

What book kept you up way past your bedtime? Lots of them, but most recently would have to be either The Hypnotists or Three Times Lucky.

What book is next on your To Be Read list? This is a long list, too, but I've got 5 checked out from the library now on my list. They are: 1001 Children's Books You Must Read Before You Grow Up, Cleopatra VII: Daughter of the Nile - 57 B.C., Lady Margaret's Ghost: A Felicity Mystery (American Girl Mysteries, Peril at King's Creek: A Felicity Mystery, and Skylark.

I guess that about sums everything up. Hope this helps with someone's book quest at least!


message 22: by Rachael (new)

Rachael (allons-y-bookworm) | 3080 comments I have loads of books to read and am not really looking for recommendations but this is a nice little questionnaire :)

* What was the last book you read before filling out this questionnaire? The Girl Who Played with Fire. I am currently working my way through the whole Millenium Trilogy by Stieg Larsson.

* What was the first "grown up" book you ever read? Junk by Melvin Burgess. Despite the subject matter and language used, I studied this as a teenager at school and I really respect my teacher for believing that we were mature and grown up enough to read this properly.

* What book would you never remove from your book shelf? There are so many good books on my shelves but if I had to pick just one, I'm going to say The Time Traveler's Wife.

* What book have your read more often than any other? Probably Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone because I would reread it whenever a new Harry Potter book came out.

What book was the hardest for you to finish? Mansfield Park - I made it to the end eventually but never again!

What book kept you up way past your bedtime? I could not put Half Bad down and read it in one night.

What book is next on your To Be Read list? After I've finished the Millenium Trilogy, I'm going to read Royal Wedding.


message 23: by Caz (new)

Caz | 20 comments What was the last book I read?
I've just finished Patricia Cornwells 'portrait of a killer'. That's 2 hours of my life I will never get back, it's horrendous. I have just downloaded 'let's pretend this never happened' by Jenny Lawson, should be some light relief


message 24: by [deleted user] (last edited May 14, 2016 01:42PM) (new)

I have enough recommended books to keep me going for a while but this is a good questionnaire to fill out. Besides it is always great to keep lengthening one's recommended tbr list.

What was the last book you read before filling out this questionnaire? - That would be Blue Lily, Lily Blue although I am about 100 pages off from finishing The Raven King

What was the first "grown up" book you ever read? - I wouldn't call it 'grown up' but I first read Pride and Prejudice when I was about 13/14. It is still my favourite Austen novel and one of my go to favourite books.

What book would you never remove from your book shelf? - Northern Lights. It was one of the first real fantasy books that I read as a child and it has been one of my favourites ever since.

What book have you read more often than any other? - I always find myself going back to listen to the audiobook version of The Secret Diary of Lizzie Bennet. Although another close second would be my All Creatures Great and Small box set. They are the best pick-me-up books in my collection and they never fail to get me out of a reading slump.

What book was the hardest for you to finish? - Queen of Shadows. It's not that I didn't like it, because I really do, but some parts were a little irritating and it became a really slow read.

What book kept you up way past your bedtime? - Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe. I started reading this quite late into the night but I fell in love with it so much that I had to read it in one sitting. Now I mention it I need to re-read this again because the story was just beautiful.

What book is next on your To Be Read list? It is currently between Truthwitch and A Court of Mist and Fury. I have no idea which one I am going to pick.


message 25: by Leslie Ann (new)

Leslie Ann | 208 comments Looking for some good Sci-fi books

What was the last book you read before filling out this questionnaire?

What was the first "grown up" book you ever read?
Les Misérables

What book would you never remove from your book shelf?


What book have your read more often than any other?
Kinda of weird....never reread books (same with movies)

What book was the hardest for you to finish?
This will be shocking....but the Book Thief

What book kept you up way past your bedtime?
recently The Martian


What book is next on your To Be Read list?
American Gods


message 26: by juliette (new)

juliette | 20 comments Really stuck on what to read next!

What was the last book you read before filling out this questionnaire?
The Night Circus

What was the first "grown up" book you ever read?
Slated - Teri Terry??
What book would you never remove from your book shelf?
The Enclave
What book have your read more often than any other?
The Enclave whole series
What book was the hardest for you to finish?
The Ask And The Answer - Patrick ness
What book kept you up way past your bedtime?
The Selection Series :)))))
What book is next on your To Be Read list?
I HAVE NO IDEA HELP


message 27: by Kadijah Michelle (new)

Kadijah Michelle (kadmich) | 2176 comments juliette wrote: "Really stuck on what to read next!

What was the last book you read before filling out this questionnaire?
The Night Circus

What was the first "grown up" book you ever read?
Slated - Teri Terry??
..."


Start reading Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone!


message 28: by Emma (new)

Emma | 5 comments Doing a 2016 Book Challenge and could really use a recommendation. Any recommendations are greatly appreciated.


message 29: by Anna (new)

Anna Glebova (annaglebova) | 1165 comments What was the last book you read before filling out this questionnaire?
A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare

What was the first "grown up" book you ever read?
Fathers and Sons by Ivan Turgenev

What book would you never remove from your book shelf?
One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcí­a Márquez

What book have your read more often than any other?
Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

What book was the hardest for you to finish?
Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoyevsky

What book kept you up way past your bedtime?
Slaughterhouse-Five by Kurt Vonnegut

What book is next on your To Be Read list?
The Fellowship of the Ring by J.R.R. Tolkien


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