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Do you read books more than once?

IKnowKungRoo

Registered Member
I almost never re read anything, I tend to remember whats coming next and it annoys me. Im the same with movies too, only really good movies ever get re watched.
 
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Wade8813

Registered Member
I do it all the time. Sometimes I just go back if certain parts caught my attention, but often I'll reread the whole thing. I've often found that a year later I can often get almost the full enjoyment out of a book I read before, and after a few years it almost always works.

“I can't imagine a man really enjoying a book and reading it only once.”
C.S. Lewis
 

Miaka999

Registered Member
yes I read my fav. books more than once. When I am bored I like doing calculus problems and trigonometry problems. It keeps my mind moving.
 

Crouton

Ninja
V.I.P.
I do it all the time. Sometimes I just go back if certain parts caught my attention, but often I'll reread the whole thing. I've often found that a year later I can often get almost the full enjoyment out of a book I read before, and after a few years it almost always works.

“I can't imagine a man really enjoying a book and reading it only once.”
C.S. Lewis
I'm the same as you Wade. I usually leave it a year or more, and then I love reading the book again. There has been times where I have read the same book more than once in one year and I haven't enjoyed it as much, it was just too soon.
 

Ziggy

Sup?
I think I've read every Matthew Reilly book more than once.

I've also read Watchmen about four times, really incredible graphic novel.
 
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