What type of book do you like to read the most?

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What type of book do you like to read the most?

Romance
4
9%
Sci-Fi
13
30%
Whodunnit/Mystery
5
11%
Biography
0
No votes
Military
0
No votes
Based on real life (i.e. Little Women etc...)
4
9%
Classic Literature
2
5%
Poetry/Prose
0
No votes
Crime (True, Mob, Fiction, etc...)
7
16%
Art
0
No votes
How To/Self Help
2
5%
Other (if so, what?)
7
16%
 
Total votes: 44

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I love mysteries, psychology and Christian motivational books.
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Post by Alexandur Gicov »

In the first place is always sci-fi.
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Post by Tori_J »

My favorite genre is s=the scientific fiction genre. I really love science and I love books. So, sci-fi is the perfect choice for me.
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I like Sci-fi or any action- comedy any time any day except when I am busy or sleeping.
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Post by Deborah363 »

I like a lot of books. I like historical books set in Europe particularly London. I like domestic fiction, realistic fiction, and fantasy books about mystical creatures like fairies and elves.
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I'm mainly into fictional World War Two books and drama books.
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I love books with humour and mystery. If an author can keep me guessing, or guessing wrong, and make me laugh or smile in the process, then I'll enjoy the book. Of course their storytelling abilities have to be good too.
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Post by rianne810 »

It's difficult to choose just one as I read pretty much anything and everything, but I'd say historical fiction
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Post by human reader »

Fantasy, myths, anything that takes you off the ground (or under it).
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Post by mutumafrank »

Crime and detective books are always my best. Better still if there is some romance in them
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Post by Chinonso Onwurah »

I love to read thrillers with a valuable and glaring theme. I have so much admiration for authors who can do that—keeping you besotted while imparting information.
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Post by Emidio Mikwate »

I read more science fiction books
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Definitely Sci-fi
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