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The Reasons You Read a Book
Hello again.

I'm Re-reading a book I have, a R.L Stine Adult Fiction. . .And as I'm reading this book for the third time in the last 3-4 years, I'm thinking, why am I rereading a murder mystery when I know who did it?

I also thought, why do we Re-read in general? Was it the cruel but funny jokes? The way the characters caress each other in romance? Is it the way a murder is described? No, it's the fact the book makes you happy and you can now laugh when people do something stupid and saw, "Hehe, sucker." And smile. It's the reason we write what we right, draw what we draw, Role play what we Role play. It makes us happy.


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    Howecho
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    Sat Aug 09, 2014 @ 01:11am


    I can agree to that, although I've never re-read any book I've read.


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