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What makes toi want to read a certain book?

Do toi read it because of the title, plot, ou something else? What makes toi want to read that certain book?
 alicia386 posted il y a plus d’un an
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vampirefreak_26 said:
first the book cover, if it doesn't catch my attention I never go for it.

the seconde is the summary, that's the first thing I read, if it sounds interesting ou not.

the third is the genre

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NormalcyIsDead said:
I honestly like ones that keep the plot in the description/book itself. Ones titled things like "Vampire Kisses" and have two people making out on the front cover isn't that interesting to me. But, say, with The Fault in Our Stars par John Green, I like it because you'd never guess it was about terminal cancer (I also like it because it was par John Green, but that's not the point). Quirky titles and covers just draw me in. I know that's 'judging a book par its cover', but a good cover design/title can change the whole feeling of a book.
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 I honestly like ones that keep the plot in the description/book itself. Ones titled things like "Vampire Kisses" and have two people making out on the front cover isn't that interesting to me. But, say, with The Fault in Our Stars par John Green, I like it because you'd never guess it was about terminal cancer (I also like it because it was par John Green, but that's not the point). Quirky titles and covers just draw me in. I know that's 'judging a book par its cover', but a good cover design/title can change the whole feeling of a book.
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dragonsmemory said:
((WARNING: Be prepared for weirdness)
Well, when I walk into a bookstore/library, I always have a vague idea of what I want. I learned early on that that helps me find it faster. I feel a sort of pull towards what I'm looking for. Sometimes, I'll be puled to livres I already know, but I was pulled there because they are familiar. I never wander around.
If I'm pulled to a certain shelf, I'll scan ths tirles, searching for the one that pulled me. If it looks promising, I'll take it off the shelf and read the back. plus often than not, I end up putting the book back.
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MDR that happens to me all of the tiem! this is why i dont listen to myself when i go to buy books. the bookstore in my town is crappy, so is the bibliothèque
alicia386 posted il y a plus d’un an
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i do something like that too....except i wander and CANNOT make decisions. i am the worst at making decisions.
flabaloobalah posted il y a plus d’un an
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See, my inner mind knowsEAXCTLY which book(s) I want and uses the pull to guide me to them
dragonsmemory posted il y a plus d’un an
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My school has a librarian, and she is AWESOME and knows exactly what kinds of livres I would like, so I usually ask her.
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hgfan5602 said:
Not always the titre of the book, ou the book cover. Because the author/illustrator doesn't have to be artistic. Like me, I'm personally NOT an artist.

Usually if the plot is mysterious and exciting, if it catches my attention, I go for the book. Usually, I like lire dystopian fiction, like maybe if the character has unusual traits, I figure that the book is probably good. Like this book.
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 Not always the titre of the book, ou the book cover. Because the author/illustrator doesn't have to be artistic. Like me, I'm personally NOT an artist. Usually if the plot is mysterious and exciting, if it catches my attention, I go for the book. Usually, I like lire dystopian fiction, like maybe if the character has unusual traits, I figure that the book is probably good. Like this book.
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I don't think the auteur makes the cover
alicia386 posted il y a plus d’un an
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But I so agree with u. The plot is everything
alicia386 posted il y a plus d’un an
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but if sometimes the auteur can't afford an illustrator, she does the cover herself/himself. ou if the auteur wants the cover to look plus original, she/he does it him/herself.
hgfan5602 posted il y a plus d’un an
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yes, THE PLOT IS EVERYTHING
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ino686512 said:
Ill ask.a.friend if they have read it and if they like.it I usually read it if not ill read the sumarry and maybe the first chapter
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Whenever I start a book, I always read the last sentence/paragraph for some odd reason.
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1999jacko said:
the titre usually pulls me in and then when I read the back I either know if its perfect for me ou not through the images in my head that roll of the back
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