what books do you mostly read?

Philippines
May 13, 2008 10:05am CST
i read books that speaks more about mysteries like nancy drew,. i havent read a book for like a year already. cant afford to buy one and cant find anyone to let me borrow. **poof** the last book i've read was "robin cooks acceptable risk". this book also has a movie. its kinda` complicated at first but when you forth the pages, its like your also creating the fungi-medic. so whats your kind of book you wanna read? ^^,
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• Philippines
16 May 08
I love reading novels - contemporary ones.
@nilanym (184)
• Philippines
14 May 08
i usually read comic books, mangga books. i like anime so much! i like to read books with illustrations.
@SusanLee (1920)
• United States
14 May 08
I like mysteries too, I use to love the love historical romances, but not anymore, if it has a good plot I skip over all the mush and try to get on with the story. If their making eyes at each other every other page. I just put it down. I really like the John Saul books, they are a little spooky but they always have a good plot. And nine times out of ten the spooky part has a scientific cause, not demonic. I really like the Amish books by Barbra Lewis.
@tthom64 (535)
• United States
14 May 08
I'm kind of embarrassed to say that lately I've found myself most enjoying books made to appeal to pre-teen boys. Like Artemis Fowl and Ender's Game, Harry Potter, etc. I have always loved mysteries and science fiction and really any good book with witty dialogue and good plot twists. I usually get way to into adult books - can't put them down, neglect my family, feel too much for the characters, so I've found that these pre-teen books are entertaining but I can put them down when I need to and get on with my life when they're over. I know, I'm pathetic.
@p_vadla (1688)
• India
13 May 08
These days most of the books are available as ebooks in all subjects on the net including the titles you want to read. The only probable limitation is being comfortable reading on the monitor. Ipod text reader can also be good if one affords it. I like self-help and philosophy titles most.I like a couple of titles by Richard Bach most.
@egdcltd (5833)
13 May 08
I mostly read science fiction and fantasy. Some thrillers, and a bit of horror. Factual, I read history, investing, biographies, or anything that strikes my interest.
@INGA832 (1114)
• Russian Federation
13 May 08
As for me, I prefer science fiction and fantasy books: another worlds, another planets. When I was at school we read a lot of books which were a little bit boring, the only book I liked very much was "Master and Margaret". This is a real book!
• India
13 May 08
I am not perticular about the categories of the book that i read. But i like to read biographies, books on wars or history ,thrillers. If its non-fiction, i love it. If not then also i dont have any problem. I just read whatever i get.
@ersmommy1 (12605)
• United States
13 May 08
Depends on the mood I am in really. I have several books from the same author usually. I like Anne Rice. I have also read Mary Higgins Clark. I am fond of sci-fi novels as well. Books like 2001. Or Stranger from a Strange Land. This is all when I have a chance to read. With raising a 4 year old, those times can be few and far between.
@chirantani (1382)
• India
13 May 08
I normally like to read thrillers like "Da Vinci Code" and detective stories,where I will have to put my mind to point out the exact person who is commiting the crimes,like that of Sherlok Holmes series.I also like to read the books on mystries like Bermuda Triangle, and there are also many others.