This is the day of the week where we get to know each other better by answering a question devised by our lovely hostesses Parajunkee & Alisoncanread. We also gain new followers by joining each other's sites via GFC, so please let me know if you're a new follower. And now for this week's question....
Q. If you could unread a book which would it be? Is it because you want to start over and experience it again for the first time? Or because it was THAT bad?
Honestly I would like to read Bram Stoker's Dracula again. I was pleasantly surprised by this book and it made me love vampire lore even more. It was a perfect story... and I love the edition I have which is the one that is illustrated by Edward Gorey! Even better since I love his art work.
So what about you??? Leave me a link to your blog so I can come and read about what you want to unread!
Just Hopping through :) New follower via GFC,ReplyDelete
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I absolutely LOVED Dracula. It was about the most perfect vampire book I've ever read and kindled my interest in supernatural creatures. Brilliant.ReplyDelete
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Hopping through. I've heard good and bad things about Freedom. I doesn't seem like my kind of book though.ReplyDelete
New GFC follower. :) I've heard good things about Freedom, but I don't think I'll read it. I can't believe you quit with only 100 pages to go, lol.ReplyDelete
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I hadn't heard anything really about this book, doesn't seem like something I would read.
WOuldn't mind rereading Dracula either!ReplyDelete
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Highly hyped books disappoint you sometimes and you end up feeling 'meh'.ReplyDelete
I didn't really enjoy Dracula, but the world would be a boring place if we all like the same things.ReplyDelete
I can't believe I never read Dracula!! a classic!ReplyDelete
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Never read Dracula either, hopping by.ReplyDelete
Thanks for stopping by! I need to read Dracula, since I've read all the other vampire books. It would be good to go back to the beginning!ReplyDelete
Ooh, great and interesting choices this week! I want to re-read Dracula, actually!ReplyDelete
Steph @ Stepping Out of the Page
I haven't read either of those. The first one looks cute.ReplyDelete
I'm new to your blog and I now follow!!
Oh Oprah! Every single book she has ever chosen has been one that I wanted to forget! She really needs to get better people to choose her books for her! Great posting! :)ReplyDelete
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Hi, love the blog! New follower on GFC and NB. You can find me here: http://readingunderthewillowtree.blogspot.co.uk/ReplyDelete
I love Edward Gorey's illstrations for Dracula. If I remember right he did the stage design for the play as well.ReplyDelete