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The Reading Personality Quiz Comments

5 Comments


Natelie on 2/15/2011 3:10:13 AM

kudos. Great quiz

deepak on 6/9/2012 3:35:03 AM

i love history,philosophy.

Kate on 3/29/2011 3:19:41 AM

None, need to inculcate the habit.

Maha on 4/2/2011 12:18:08 PM

I love fiction, more than anything else, but I also love to read facts and statistics in more of a fun fact form, not a full book. I like magazines that have interesting stories on science, and I love the human body. But I really love books that are placed in a different time period, and sometimes dramatic books help me take my mind of my own worries. I sneak in reading as much as I can in class, but I'm always busy. I love to sit and read on my bed, and many times I have fallen asleep reading a book! Reading is a powerful thing, it can take you to other worlds. Now, how many people can do that? Here is a cute quote:Never judge a book by its movie. ~ J. W. Eagan ~

Somesh Mohapatra on 4/17/2011 12:40:24 AM

I am an addict .....