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Book Blargh 01. "I May also Like..."

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I've started to read a lot of books, since, oh, the summer of 2011. 12th grade, I read even more books. Now I'm always reading at least one book at any given time. So, since I totes suck at blargh ideas, I'll blargh about books.

At the nearest Barnes&Noble, on the receipt is a little slip of paper that suggests other books you might like. Here are the things I may of also liked for my last 3 visits:


The Idiot by Fyodor Dostoevsky [Already have it and am reading it, son]

Batman: Knightfall, Part Three: Knightsend [Bought it, read it, lurved it]

Aesop's Fables by Aesop [I don't think so, Tim]

The Possessed by Fyodor Dostoevsky [Maybe. I dunno]

Notes from Underground by Fyodor Dostoevsky [Yes, I actually want to read this one real bad]


Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy [Maybe, I liked Tolstoy's writing and all, but it just seems like one long TLDR]

Batman: Knightfall, Part Three: Knightsend [ERROR IN THE SYSTEM]

The Complete Short Stories of Anton Chekhov by Anton Chekhov [I've read all of his short stories before and adored them. I'd totes love to own them for myself]

The Island of Dr. Moreau by H.G. Wells. [Sure, I'd read it.]

Selected Stories by Anton Chekhov [Yes, please]


Batman: The Dark Knight Strikes Again by Frank Miller [Yes, sure, after The Drak Knight Returns, I do want to read this one.]

Batman: Year One by Frank Miller [Bought this a few years ago, loved it. Hell. I lurve most all Batmern graphic novels.]

Lies, Inc. by Philip K. Dick [Maybe]

The Crack in Space by Philip K. Dick [Sure]

Maze of Death by Philip K. Dick [Sounds fun. Yes.]

SO- by the above suggestions, tell me, Bulbargardran, what sort of reader am I? If you guess correctly, ten points to you.

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  1. Fennel's Avatar
    Someone with an interest in Russian literature and Batman?
    ...sorry, I'm not very good with this.

    I liked Anna Karenina a lot, but yes, it could be a little slow sometimes. Particularly the long long passages about politics and farming, which the modern reader probably can't relate to.


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