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White Dragon
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Myself summarised in a few sentences by myself.

Post by White Dragon »

I am a 26 year old man, currently a NEET. I spend most of my time reading light hearted or comedy novels in my bed.

I'm not the social type, more like a lurker. I'm also an emotional person and I often base my reviews on the balance of emotions within a book.

I am someone who gets absorbed in the world of books, takes on the form of the main character and forgets himself.
Hence, I get to feel the emotions the MC goes through in full.

In this way, I limit my options by not reading novels with female protagonist, darker novels, horror novels or tragedies without closure.

Anyway, I'm not that good of a reviewer because I can be a bit biased or forgetful, so I apologize if I'm not good with my words. I am here to experiment if I can earn a few bucks with my level of amateur reviews.

I have read books since I was little, I can't count how many. I don't have a favourite author or novel in particular. My opinion changes with time, so I am mainly just into reading a good book that can make me forget about the world.

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2019 Reading Goal: 100
2019 Reading Goal Completion: 92
2018 Reading Goal: 100
2018 Reading Goal Completion: 100
2017 Reading Goal: 100
2017 Reading Goal Completion: 100
Favorite Author: Agatha Christie
Currently Reading: Harrow the Ninth
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In the case of good books, the point is not to see how many of them you can get through, but rather how many can get through to you." (Mortimer J. Adler)

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