What book did you not want to read at first, but loved it when you were finished?
Sometimes teachers force us to read books we have absolutely no interest in, but by the end of the book you have found some gem of wisdom that made the book worthwhile and in the end you were glad you were forced to read it.
Night by elie wiesel. the book itself didn't seem to appealing but after i was finished i was in love with the story.
I did want to read the book "Why would you not want to go to church" because I thought that this would be some text fundamentalist. Entretranto in the end I thought "Wow, So many things I learned here."
I really recommend it to anyone who has any religion or not!
The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien. I put of reading it for a year and when I finally did get round to reading it, I acutally enjoyed it.
Wuthering Heights. I tried to read it as a teen and couldn't get through it. When I took a class in college, the professor made us read it. I loved it! I think it was the perspective of a few years and two years of being a literature major that gave me a different view of it.
I still have never loved Scarlet Letter. I read it in HS, college and taught it to high school students. Still don't like it. It's just not my style.
George R.R. Martin's Game of Thrones. I haven't read fiction in a very long time so I was leery of reading it. I'm very glad that I did though, I'm hooked through the nose and working my way through book four.
by Lisa 6 years ago
What was the last actual book (not e-book) you read?I love reading a book. A book that I hold in my hands. The heavier, the better! Anyway, the last book I read was "Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children" by Ransom Riggs. The book I'm reading right now is "The Future of...
by Jim Higgins 6 years ago
What books did you read as a child between the ages of ten and fifteen?I know there are probably a few Hubbers who were born before 1950, and was wondering what books they read as kids. I'm thinking about a Hub along these lines highlighting some I read and still remember names and titles, even...
by chassett 8 years ago
So what's everyone reading this summer?Some months ago, I picked up Patricia Cornwell's The Scarpetta Factor and am finally getting around to reading it. You?Another question: Do you read via a Kindle or Nook device, or are you a fan of the paperback or hardcover book-book?CHW, fan of paperbacks
by Helen Murphy Howell 5 years ago
What is your most memorable childhood book?Mine was a book called "Carbonella" about a mysterious black cat who helps out some poor kids during the summer holidays and then just as mysteriously vanishes again. I loved this story and read it loads of times.
by hubchief - pen name 8 years ago
book name and author, subject.describe what you liked about it. would you recommend to others, yes or no why?
by Bobbyben10 7 years ago
I would imagine that most of you like to read if you like to write. If you are currently engaged in a novel, or a series, what is it?For me, I have been reading some Dean Koontz as of late. I just finished the third book in his Frankestein series "Dead and Alive", for any of you who...
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