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CasualCastiel, post: 11878, member: 482 Wrote:Err.... right then. XD

Just to clarify: There's "other kinds of that" because those you posted are the Reader's Digest magazines, while Reader's Digest also puts out full books in a pretty wide range of subjects, from religion to nature to whatever else. Which is why I was wondering which you meant. But now I can see. Smile
Ohhhh now I get what you mean
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Favorite Genre? I can go with any genre as long as the story is really interesting.
Favorite Book? I would say The Hunger Games because when I saw the movie, It was exactly what I visualized when I read the book or any Sherlock Holmes
Favorite Author? Arthur Conan Doyle

I also like reading Game-related Visual novels or novels and Manga
erwinJLT, post: 11891, member: 820 Wrote:The Hunger Games because when I saw the movie, It was exactly what I visualized
Yeah, they did a great job making the movie as close to the book as possible. I was really surprised. Most of the differences were small and unnoticeable.
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Favourite genre: Fantasy, Horror, Suspense, Romantic
Favourite book: The Glass Lake
Favourite author: Meave Binchy
E - book or classic: Classic

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Favourite genre: It depends. For novels, I love fantasy best. For manga, it's generally horror.
Favourite book: I have a few books in my top 1 spot. Magic or Madness by Justine Larbalestier; Snow Flower and the Secret Fan by Lisa See; and The Bride was a Boy by Chii.
Favourite author: I don't really have one. I like too many authors out there. Maybe Poe?
E - book or classic: Classic, for sure.

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