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Your favourite genre
Topic Started: Feb 11 2017, 11:22 AM (335 Views)
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Is there a particular genre/s that you gravitate more towards when picking books to read?

Despite making an effort to expand my reading (and enjoying it when I've done so), fantasy will always stand head and shoulders above the rest when it comes to what I like to read, although historical fiction is a close second. That being said, the historical fiction I read is pretty much the same as the fantasy books I read, just based on real events and with less magic, so I clearly have a penchant for that particular type of story.
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Horror with a bit of romance thrown in. Sci-fi would be second.
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I lean more towards science-fiction generally, but have read all sorts of things and will take any recommendation with an open mind.

Some of my favourite books have been SciFI, but also the likes of historical-fiction, comedy and many others. I just enjoy good writing.
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For novels, I'm generally up for anything aside from romance, but I do tend to gravitate toward books that are critically acclaimed or considered "classics" because I have limited time on this earth, and I'd rather fill my head with the greats.

For comics, I prefer sci-fi, fantasy, and horror, but I'm open to anything that's received good reviews and critical attention. I've even read some romance and detective/crime stories, and those are two genres that I don't generally care for.
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Hard to pick just one, but I'd probably go with suspense/thriller.
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Feb 15 2017, 02:40 PM
For novels, I'm generally up for anything aside from romance, but I do tend to gravitate toward books that are critically acclaimed or considered "classics" because I have limited time on this earth, and I'd rather fill my head with the greats.

For comics, I prefer sci-fi, fantasy, and horror, but I'm open to anything that's received good reviews and critical attention. I've even read some romance and detective/crime stories, and those are two genres that I don't generally care for.
Are classics/greats classified as such at the time they're published or does it happen long after?


Same for me tho: fantasy, historical fiction, sci-fi, erotica, and a mixture of those things.
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Feb 15 2017, 02:40 PM
For novels, I'm generally up for anything aside from romance, but I do tend to gravitate toward books that are critically acclaimed or considered "classics" because I have limited time on this earth, and I'd rather fill my head with the greats.

For comics, I prefer sci-fi, fantasy, and horror, but I'm open to anything that's received good reviews and critical attention. I've even read some romance and detective/crime stories, and those are two genres that I don't generally care for.
Are classics/greats classified as such at the time they're published or does it happen long after?


Same for me tho: fantasy, historical fiction, sci-fi, erotica, and a mixture of those things.
Buu, you would probably highly enjoy Pillars of The Earth, which is Historical-Fiction :)

I've not long finished that and it's sequel "World Without End".

As for classics, I'm not sure if they are called that at the time, but you can tell why they are considered that now. Some of the classics (such as 1984 or To kill are mocking bird) are written so well, and have amazing stories, that you can't put it down.
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My heart belongs to Fantasy and Sci Fi.
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Intense thriller/horror or even romance as long as they are subtle
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War-themed books are by far my favorite. But I also highly enjoy fantasy.
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I can't choose between fantasy, thriller/horror (preferably outer space stuff, so sci fi aswell) and anything that has monsters in it.
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I like mystery, something akin to Sherlock Holmes.
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Fantasy, really like Medieval Fantasy the best.
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