More like addicted. I read almost all genres, encyclopedias, and dictionaries. I dont't like explicit sex, horror or the graphic dipiction of torture. For ,goobas, try Terry Prachett. He is quite like Eddings and Anthony. I have found after doing a quiz or two and failing. I had to reread several, Elizabeth Peter, Ian Morson, Peter Tremayne are good historical mystery writers also. |
Reply #81. Oct 21 12, 8:44 PM
I like to read & recently I was in a Braille reading contest, which I read 2,894 pages. I recieved a certificate for being in the contest.|
Reply #82. Oct 28 12, 4:15 PM
Yes, yes and Brisingr |
Reply #83. Dec 27 12, 9:32 AM
Yes. I live close to two libraries. I like all kinds of fiction except romance, mystery, and thriller, which is a lot of what's being published today. I've been reading a lot of historical drama lately, and a lot of fantasy or dramam for young adults. I said to a friend, who said that history is boring, to read some historical drama, because some of those royal families (or non-royal ones) were really messed up--the stuff they will do for ambition is really extreme sometimes.|
Will also read nonfiction on any topic that looks interesting.
Reply #84. Feb 14 13, 8:33 AM
Yes, reading is one of my favorite hobbies. I don't have a favorite book, some of the best ones I've read are To Kill a Mockingbird and Life of Pi. I'm currently reading The Joy Luck Club, lets see how that goes!|
Reply #85. Mar 15 13, 11:05 PM
Iam trying to read Immanuel Kant and Can't. |
Philosophy is so frustrating for an artist type mind like mine. I tend to read meditation books.
Reply #86. Mar 27 13, 6:43 PM
Reading is my ultimate hobby.|
Few books that come to mind are: And Then There Were None, To Kill a Mockingbird, Angels and Demons, Deception Point and A Prisoner of Birth.
Reply #87. Mar 30 13, 10:08 AM
p.s. and all the Harry Potter books.|
Reply #88. Mar 30 13, 10:09 AM
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