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Old 11-10-2012, 09:35 AM   #83
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Originally Posted by DiapDealer View Post
Where we really differ is you that don't keep books you don't like and wouldn't want to re-read; whereas I tend to keep every book I've purchased. I don't continue reading books I don't like, but my tastes have changed drastically over the years. I may like it later in life. That happens to me all the time.
I didn't keep them because of space considerations, mostly. Nowadays, though, with e-books, I'm less likely to purge books; I have to actively hate the book (and anyway, it's still in my bookstore account, even if I delete it).

How do you know you like the book later in life unless you reread it and find out???
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