quote AuroraI've vote for Brandon Sanderson RulezThis forum would look much nicer with a header, don't you think? There used to be one, but I guess it got deleted at some point after the last moderator departed.
Anyone got anything fitting?
quote Mouldy CheeseBelieve me, you aren't at all alone. I have a few friends who are the same way. We always hope something will change. It's really bad when I read Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. Always hoping everyone lives this time. When in reality I'm just setting myself up to be upset all over again.quote gibsongirlIt's horrible! And yet, like addicts, we're always going back for more! I often re-read my books (to keep them from being too lonely left on the shelf!) and hoping that this time will be different. That the book somehow mystically changed since the previous read through and the characters can avoid the big horrible thing that's going to be spoiled. This ALWAYS happens when I read Betrayal. I'm yelling in my mind to the characters telling them to just wait one more day! Just leave a note explaining something! Don't make the same stupid mistake you made last time!quote Mouldy CheeseI'm the same way. I cried and get angry and become overly attached to characters. And I don't usually put a book down because I read it in one sitting but then when I'm done I don't know what to do with myself because all I can think of are the characters that got killed off or something. And then I'm like "Why must all the character I love die!"That's so odd! I'm the complete opposite. Provided that they're well written, I always seem to empathise with my characters and get a little too attached to them. Yep, I'm that person that cries at the end of books when their favourite character dies or sacrifices themselves for the greater good.
I've always loved how everyone has a different outlook on a book after reading it. It's what makes them fun to talk about
I hope I'm not alone in this :3
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