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Posts: 13
Registered: ‎12-03-2007
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Too much and not enough....

Alright, the title is pretty self explanatory. What kind of book/genre have you seen published way too much lately and which kind of book/genre would you like to see more of?
Books about vampires (even though i LOVE the Twilight series) are getting to be a little too popular.
I kind of want to read more mystery books but not cliche mystery books, if that makes sense.
What about everyone else?
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Registered: ‎12-30-2007
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Re: Too much and not enough....

I am not fussy with books, but I am not fond of excessively whiny characters, heavy horror (no Stephen King), or stuff that one can't get interested in.
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Registered: ‎11-21-2007
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Re: Too much and not enough....

I agree
Vampires are getting old.
Haven't read Twilight but its being order by my sister.
&she thanks Jesus for the daises and the roses(:
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Registered: ‎03-22-2008
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Re: Too much and not enough....

I have noticed that i cant find a good book really anymore. I have a really hard time becaus ei am kinda fussy with books but like ti just seems like they are all about the same thing and they have no real indepth meaning or anything. :smileyindifferent:
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