Feb 9, 2012

Follow Friday


Yes, it's that time of the week again! It's Follow Friday which is hosted by Parajunkee and Alison Can Read. The question of the week is:



What would your prefer: reading your favorite book over and over again until you got sick of it OR reading 100s of mediocre books? And why?

This is a very hard question for me because I would love to and do read my favorite books over and over again, but I still like to read new books even if they are mediocre. Not all good books (at least for me) have to be great or life changeing. I just enjoy reading books and every book in my opinion whether its good or bad has something to offer.

What do you guys think? 

16 comments:

  1. Agreed, still I'd rather reread my fave. I'll never get bored, at least I haven't with The Hunger Games.

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  2. Yea... I agree. Every book has something good!! Good answer (although... did you answer?!)

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  3. Hi!I'd rather read my favourite books over and over again,i think i'll never get tired to read them =)
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  4. I do wonder about getting sick of my favourite book, but there are always new angles and nuances to discover. Besides, I just can't bring myself to waste time with mediocre reads.

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  5. I like to read new books to find new favorites. Not a re-reader either. New follower :)

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  6. :) I dont reread very many books but I love new books.

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  8. I think that this was a really great answer to a really difficult question!

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  9. Hi Katie. Great answer.

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  10. I would pick reading my favs any day but the mediocre are important too. They make us appreciate the really really awesome books even more. New follower.

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  11. Hopping through. I agree that almost all books have something to offer, unfortunately some less than others.
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  12. Great answer!! I totally agree, I'd rather read a new book, even if it is mediocre. It's nice to always have your favorites to fall back on. :) Thanks for hopping by!

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  13. I know what you mean about books not having to be life changing for you to enjoy them. I feel the same way, I just like reading a good story. But if I HAD to pick, I think I'd rather read my fave over and over.

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  14. Stopping back by from the hop! Newest email subscriber. :)

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