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A great book is one that you never get tired of and you don't want to put down until you are finished reading it.
To me, a great book is one that you can get lost in. It's almost like, as you read it, you forget about everything going on in your life. So, by the time you are finished, you just sort of sit there for a while, processing what happened and reorienting to 'reality'. This is possible with all kinds of books, it's not limited to narratives, but it can be a rare and fleeting thing. So it's extra special when it comes along.
by marinealways247 years ago
What takes a book going from good to great? What makes a book horrible?
by hubchief - pen name8 years ago
book name and author, subject.describe what you liked about it. would you recommend to others, yes or no why?
by giselle23237 years ago
What is your definition of a great book?
by Chloe Lamela7 years ago
what's a great book to read???
by Daisy Mariposa5 years ago
What book—or book series—have you stopped reading…and why?
by Jackie DelMonte2 years ago
How do you decide if you just read a GREAT BOOK?How do you grade a book you have just read? What criterion do you use to decide whether or not to recommend it to a friend?
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