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Old 04-30-2012, 06:05 AM   #64
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Originally Posted by pdurrant View Post
I like many YA books. I don't feel any need to justify that.
But what you maybe need to justify is why you read books that you only like instead of reading a book you feel is really good.

I like a lot of YA books also. But the main reason I start to read most of them is because I am interested in the sf/fantasy genre and read books that people are talking about. But I have noticed that nearly all YA I read are just OK, it is hard to find a really good book among them. And if I did not have additiona reasons to read broadly in the sf/fantasy genre I would propably not read so many YA book (currently reading _The Gorl who Circumnavigated Fairyland an a Ship of Her Own Making_ but it is also just OK).
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