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message 1: by Aviva, avpm/avps :) (new)

Aviva (newtimelord) | 754 comments Mod
Books! Books! Books! I love them. What's your favorite genre?


message 2: by Aviva, avpm/avps :) (new)

Aviva (newtimelord) | 754 comments Mod
making a topic for that now… this is just for genres and books you like. I love fantasy


message 3: by Aviva, avpm/avps :) (new)

Aviva (newtimelord) | 754 comments Mod
and fiction


☁ ℳisty ℳoonlit ℳemories ☾ (dreamsnitemarecrisis) | 79 comments horror/mystery/fantasy-adventure


message 5: by Elizabeth (new)

Elizabeth Fantasy/fiction/comedy/mystery/cryptid books


message 6: by Aviva, avpm/avps :) (new)

Aviva (newtimelord) | 754 comments Mod
fantasy/historical fiction/mystery/comedy-I-guess/whatsitcalled


message 7: by Lauren (new)

Lauren (Lorbee) fantasy/romance books and mystery


message 8: by Aviva, avpm/avps :) (new)

Aviva (newtimelord) | 754 comments Mod
huh?


message 9: by [deleted user] (new)

I read most anything.


message 10: by Aviva, avpm/avps :) (new)

Aviva (newtimelord) | 754 comments Mod
like, whats the hardest book youve read?


message 11: by [deleted user] (new)

... I don't know... Oh! In 3rd grade, I tried to read 'To Kill a Mockingbird' by Harper Lee. I didn't understand the content. I knew the words, and could read/pronounce them , just only I was in third grade and didn't know what they meant. I'm going to try to read it for real soon.


message 12: by [deleted user] (new)

when I was in 6th grade, I read Pilgrim by Tinker Creek by Annie Dillard. An adult philosophical book....it was quite a book for an eleven year old to wade through....


message 13: by [deleted user] (last edited May 03, 2010 06:36PM) (new)

romantic/fantasy/19th century classic/mystery, (if it's well done,)/science fiction(if it's well done!) so pretty much any well written book :)


message 14: by Laurena (new)

Laurena | 211 comments The hardest book I've read was "The Sound and the Fury". It was hard, because there wasn't much of a plot, and the author didn't use any real sense of time. He jumped around using memories. And he switched the narrator... I didn't like it, but check it out if you want something difficult.


message 15: by Aviva, avpm/avps :) (new)

Aviva (newtimelord) | 754 comments Mod
how about the book mrs. m was talking about? i wanna read it


message 16: by Laurena (new)

Laurena | 211 comments It was hard, and it sucks.


message 17: by Md (new)

Md Estigoy (md-est) | 2 comments Before I don't really like classics but now, I consider it the best. especially those period-dramas


message 18: by [deleted user] (new)

Defying wrote: "Before I don't really like classics but now, I consider it the best. especially those period-dramas"

IKR!!! I love those types of things.


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