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Thursday, April 5, 2012

Bookieholic Question: When A New Book In A Series Comes Out ...

And you push it back and then you realize it's been like a year since you pushed it back, enough time to not completely remember what was happening in the first place, or a new book comes out from a series you like but you don't really remember some details of the book before or the series in general because it's a long series, do you read the book and figure the details will come to you or do you just choose to re-read from book one and get caught up in the story line again?

This is probably my WORST habit when reading books. 

I usually start a book, and then stop reading it for 1 of 2 reasons: 
1. The library won't let me renew the book. (Grrr! >.<)
2. It's boring, and I don't have time to read it.

Though the 2nd one I don't really do. It's only rare that I do that. For example, right now, I'm reading Passion by Lauren Kate, and I haven't read that series in a year ... really. So I pretty much forgot EVERYTHING in the book; what the history is, what's happening, why she's running away. It's pretty confusing.

So here's my question for you:

Do you reread the series again, or just read the book and figure out the details later?!

Right now, I'm just reading the book. I'll figure out the details later! But really, this is a BAD habit to have! And it sucks. *Sighs*

A few series that I've done this to are:

Does this problem apply to you when you're reading books? Clearly, it applies to me!

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