for last page readers

India
May 9, 2008 5:58pm CST
do u read a book completely. i ll try to but i usually end up with reading the last page of the book after reading 4 0r 5 chaps. pls share ur xperience
11 responses
@anneshirley (1516)
• Philippines
16 May 08
I am an avid book reader and I read chapters by chapters. If I found the book interesting, I will read it from day till night not wanting to let go of the book until I am finished but if I found the book quite boring or confusing, I will reead the last few pages to motivate myself to finish it.
• Philippines
16 May 08
Yes, It gives me a sense of unfulfillment when I do not finish the book.
@Alixander (178)
• Romania
11 May 08
Hy, Usually read a book completely, and leave the end for the end, I jump to the end when I read a book that I;m not intrested and then I read only the beggining and the end of the book, Its better to read a book completely than just in parts, Try it out and you will see. Happy reading, Greet.
@98765m (1019)
• India
11 May 08
Books - Reading books
Well,I usually don't read the last page of the book after reading initially some chapters.Because,if you know the ending,there would be no thrill or absolute happiness while reading the book. This can be taken analogous to a movie.How would it be if you know the ending before you watch the movie?You can't fully enjoy the movie. So,I usually don't read the last chapter in haste.But,of course,there are some times,where I am overcome by the suspense and read the last chapter in haste. Cheers! Have a nice day Happy mylotting and happy earnings
@eagle_f15 (2052)
• Malaysia
10 May 08
Yup I read books completely from start to finish. I will also look at the very front page where it is printed ,edition, year, where is is made...etc.
@Malyck (3428)
• Australia
10 May 08
I always read a book completely, unless it's ridiculously boring and then I forget it completely, but I couldn't just read the last page - I hate to find out an ending, even if I never plan on finishing it =P I absolutely adore reading =)
• United States
10 May 08
I always read a book from start to finish without looking at the last pages before getting to them. I feel like if I was to read the last couple of pages, it would ruin the book for me.
@Amber4106 (541)
• United States
9 May 08
I really enjoy reading and therefore I do read a book from beginning to end. If I can't get into the book after six or more chapters, I usually put it down for a while and start on another one. Most of the time I find that if I go ahead and read on, something catches my interest and I can finish the book with ease.
@horsesrule (1960)
• United States
9 May 08
I read the entire book if it is one that I know that I want to read for example one from some of my favorite book series or by a favorite author. If I am not sure if I really want to read a book or not, I will read the ending of the book to see if its a good ending and yes I will judge the entire book by the ending because if I hate the ending of the book, I'm not reading it! I read for fun and escapism and I want a happy ending or at least a well-resolved ending that is mostly happy. I don't need to read sad stuff, life's got too many things to deal with to read and get sad. If a book is boring to me, I will skip through and read the end and then ditch the book just so I know what happened to the people in the book.
@Shawchert (1040)
• United States
9 May 08
I do not read the last chapter unless I'm made to read it, that way i can ask myself... so what happened to make this happen at the end of the book? that's the only reason i'd read the last page. I love the suspense though, I'd rather not know what's going to happen.
• United States
9 May 08
I love to read and yes I finish the book from beginning to end unless I get bored with it in the first few chapters. I am an avid reader. This week alone I have read 4 books since Wednesday. All were novels about 360 pages long. I do read very fast and always have a book or two I am working on. The trick is finding authors you like; if you find a book and style of writing you enjoy with a good storyline, you won't be able to put it down!