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What is the first book that ever scared you?
I haven't really been scared in books that I have read, but there is one book that the villains in that book. Was pure cold hearted and beyond psychotic that shivers go down my back by just thinking about them, and also they had an insane IA which just petrified me too no end. And that book that the villains just scared the crap out of me is Replica (Replica Trilogy #1) by Jenna Black. Which I really need too finished this trilogy because I really loved and enjoyed the first book so much. I just need too know what happens to the two main characters in the Replica Trilogy.
This Week Question:
When you start reading a novel, do you prefer to be plunged right into the action, or do you prefer a slower, more descriptive introduction to the plot and characters?
(submitted by Maria @ A Night's Dream of Books)
For me it all depends on the book I am reading. If it is a thriller action or psychological thrillers books I prefer it to plunged in right into action. Now if it is urban fantasy or paranormal romance books I want it to go in a slower, and more descriptive introduction to the plot and characters.
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