what type of book would u get stuck with on a rainy day??

@maxxine (612)
Philippines
March 17, 2007 4:57am CST
me. i prefer horror stories...... whether its a rainy day or a sunny day ehhehehehe
9 responses
@Commerce (647)
• India
19 Apr 07
Horror stories is interesting!! But I prefer comics/fun books during rainy day/season. Now I can remember my grandpa narrating stories near the fire place during the rainy day!!!
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• India
18 Apr 07
a nice love story...any of sidney sheldon's or mario puzo
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@sidoney (1033)
• Jamaica
18 Apr 07
I nice non fiction book about insperation
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• United States
16 Apr 07
on a rainy day, I would read a mystery type book or something here we call "urban love stories"..or I would just skip both and read something I wrote..mine are very interesting for a rainy day..lol
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• United States
7 Apr 07
On a rainy day I prefer horror, mystery, or suspense. Edgar Allen Poe is a really good rainy weather author.
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@fiarby (105)
• Philippines
17 Mar 07
I love reading. In whatever kind of weather condition, I prefer to read love stories. Reading not only helps us widen our vocabulary but it also helps us to further widen our knowledge and at the same time to have an open mind on things that is happening around us.
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• United States
17 Mar 07
The types of books that I like to read whether it be a rainy day, a sunny day, or whatever are romance novels and manga. I can never get enough of them. For those of you who do not know what manga is, it is japanese comics and they come a variety of different genres.
• Philippines
13 Apr 08
hmmm.....it would be a good mystery with a kick of humor and sarcasm. preferably Stephanie Plum's adventure to be a tough---err, scratch that, adequate with a couple of donuts and pepper spray. lol. or any other Janet Evanovich's novel.
• Philippines
13 Apr 08
On a rainy day, I'd prefer to read suspense or thriller books. A good funny manga would also be nice. Basically, I'd read anything that wouldn't be as gloomy as the weather.