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Re: Recent or Old Books?

Post by Qualityreader03 » 14 Oct 2018, 11:57

I prefer reading books that have been Recently been published . Teens are more likely to relate to a newer book. :)

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Post by ladyviolet28 » 08 Nov 2018, 03:22

I love reading books old and new published because it the same that we can get an information.

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Post by Theresam » 18 Dec 2018, 11:57

Both - I really like older classic books like to kill a mockingbird or Wuthering heights but I like to read more recent books too. Something new that I haven’t read before

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Post by Philip Chepsingil » 20 Dec 2018, 05:45

Darakhshan Nazir wrote:
29 Aug 2017, 04:12
KlareAllison wrote:I like good books, who doesn't anyway? The classification of old or recent has no place of influence in my choice of books. When I want to pace the streets of medieval England, I visit writers of that period like Geoffrey Chaucer and when I want to feel the tempers of the Victorian times I look towards Charles Dickens, for instance. For recent books, generally, I focus on themes that interest me at that particular time of reading. So, the answer is both!
Yes you are right ! Old or new , it doesn't matter as long as book is good
I too agree with you, the content of the book determines its readability, whether old or new, its doesnt matter.

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