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Old 09-06-2012, 03:21 PM   #19
David Munch
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I used to re-read a lot when I was younger. I almost never re-read anymore.
Same here, although I tend to reread books I really liked, when I have forgot most of the story (Which gets harder and harder, as I read them again and again).

I'm more adventurous now then I was when I was younger though, so that's probably why.

I never go back to a book I didn't like though, except if they are known are classics, and I probably didn't get them, or maybe just wasn't focused enough when reading them (Or listening, I do a lot of audiobooks).
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