Whether you're a regular reader, or prefer to dip in and out of it, what kinds of books do you prefer, fiction or nonfiction? Why?
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- 14-11-2017 20:35
- 14-11-2017 20:38
Fiction because there is more action in it
- 14-11-2017 20:39
fiction. It helps me to escape from reality.
- 14-11-2017 20:41
I normally prefer fiction as I find them more interesting and I like a good story, unless someone can recommend some good non-fiction to read?
- 14-11-2017 20:46
i have a stack of mixed books by my bed...
A book about the Hedgerows of England
The Emperor's New Mind ( popular Science )
The Quark & the Jaguar ( "" "" )
A history of Wahabism
4 Viz Annuals
Various maths textbooks
A book about Rupert Brooke
A copy of James Joyce's Ulysses
The Collected Poems & Plays of TS Eliot
Most of Lawrence Durrell's works in Faber paperback
- 15-11-2017 19:39
Fiction because it's a world where there is no limits
- 15-11-2017 19:40
non fiction - helps you with real life and is more relatable
- 15-11-2017 19:41
Non fiction ( Usually encyclopedias )
- 15-11-2017 19:45
Fiction. I read for enjoyment, so fiction > non-fiction every time.
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- 16-11-2017 22:28
Non-fiction! I like to read books about sciences. I have so different kinds of those in my bookshelf and those are the ones which predominate.
- 21-11-2017 01:39
Fiction, I like a good mystery or thriller.
I also like non-fiction, particularly history, crime or psych