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Dave on 1/26/2022 6:09:22 AM

I like to read Henry Russell Miller's books over and over again.

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Henry Russell Miller writes inspiring and interesting books.
The Reading Personality Quiz Comments

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Lindsay G on 9/7/2011 12:27:28 PM

Books can bring the best, most amazing excitement there is...or make you cry or give you just the words you needed to hear....So why are people senselessly taking drugs and doing stupid brainless stuff to occupy themselves...they simply haven't found the joy of a quite book that never changes or shouts back in their face....life could be so much better if we all would just pick up a book and read something worthwhile. :) Books are truly awesome!

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i love reading anything

Paige on 8/14/2012 1:52:19 PM

Books are my escape from reality

Mukta Dutt on 4/3/2011 12:44:38 AM

I'm very choosy about reading books. It happens with me i start with some book and end with another. But I hope each and every book that i read give back something to me. May be some food for thought.

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It is an interesting quiz.