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Poll: Fiction vs Nonfiction
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5 55.56%
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Fiction vs Nonfiction
#1
Personally, I like both, but if I had to choose between them, I'd go with nonfiction. What's your preference?

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#2
I do like fiction, but usually when I read nowadays, it's out of a manual or a history book Tongue
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LOL, same here. Big Grin
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I prefer fiction... although like the two above me, I find myself reading manuals or history books more often than others Tongue
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Ikea manuals are the most entertaining form of manuals.
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#6
Classic fiction. (Pride and Prejudice, etc. ) I also like history. And Sometimes I do delve into reading owner's manuals. Most of the time, the stuff in there is common sense, or incomprehensible.
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Fiction for pleasure 90% of the time

(August 8th, 2013 at 9:24 PM)earlybird Wrote: Classic fiction. (Pride and Prejudice, etc. ) I also like history. And Sometimes I do delve into reading owner's manuals. Most of the time, the stuff in there is common sense, or incomprehensible.

Love Jane Austin and have read them all several times

I also love vintage crime - Marjory Allingham, Ngaio Marsh, Dorothy Sayers, Josephine
Tay etc

Some great modern books too Robert Harris's Pompeii, Ordinary Thunderstorms by William Boyd

Harris's Pompeii is somewhat a modern equivalent of Tay's Daughter of Time in as much as it is a look back at a historical event from a different perspective.
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Nonfiction probably Tongue
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#9
I have a pretty strong fiction preference, especially Science Fiction.
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