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  • Re: Reading the end before finishing the book..

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    Kalyani Nandurkar
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    If book is interested for me i read it fully.

    If it is not interested i simply turn the pages and read the end.


    I choose only interested books to read. So I read every bit of books!!


    That makes sense, however, sometimes you start reading books recommended by others and after a few pages ,find that it is not really to your taste,,,then , in such cases I too read the end and finish with it :P :laugh:


    Ditto for me too! Even though the book may be very boring, I just have to know at least the end so I read the end before giving it up! :laugh:

    "I am free of all prejudice. I hate everyone equally."
    - W. C. Fields :)


  • Re: Reading the end before finishing the book..

    by » 9 years ago


    Kalyani Nandurkar
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    When I wasyounger, in school , we used to read a lot of Enid Blyton's books and Nancy drew mysteries and those days, it was the done thing to read the end before reading the book LOL...I don't know why we did it? , probably someone else did and so everybody did the same thing , like it happens with most children at that age when they come under peer pressure :dry:

    But i have never done it...
    am patient enough to wait till its end :cheer: :cheer:

    I never read Enid Blyton and Nancy drew's books. These books are for which age group?


    Those two and Hardy Boys are meant fro teenagers, but I read them even now if I can get them! Especially Enid Blyton's Famous Five series!! :laugh:

    "I am free of all prejudice. I hate everyone equally."
    - W. C. Fields :)


  • Re: Reading the end before finishing the book..

    by » 9 years ago


    Kalyani Nandurkar
    Editor & Super Moderator
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    When I wasyounger, in school , we used to read a lot of Enid Blyton's books and Nancy drew mysteries and those days, it was the done thing to read the end before reading the book LOL...I don't know why we did it? , probably someone else did and so everybody did the same thing , like it happens with most children at that age when they come under peer pressure :dry:

    But i have never done it...
    am patient enough to wait till its end :cheer: :cheer:

    I never read Enid Blyton and Nancy drew's books. These books are for which age group?


    We srated reading in primary school and went on reading them until we were in high school after which I started on Mills and Boon and James Hadley Chase books.. :)


    My favorites in college were the same: :laugh: Mills and Boon, James Hadley Chase and Perry Mason books! I read them now too occasionally!

    Also, during those reading Linda Goodman's Star Signs and Moon Signs were quite a rage and I must have read those books at least 5 times! :laugh:

    "I am free of all prejudice. I hate everyone equally."
    - W. C. Fields :)


  • Re: Reading the end before finishing the book..

    by » 9 years ago


    Sharmistha Banerjee
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    I think if I will read the end of the story first then I can't understand what actually the story is.So better read from the beginning of the story because it helps us to understand the story.

    Sharmistha Banerjee

  • Re: Reading the end before finishing the book..

    by » 9 years ago


    I always read a book from the beginning.It give me a excitement till the end............

  • Re: Reading the end before finishing the book..

    by » 9 years ago


    usha manohar
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    When I wasyounger, in school , we used to read a lot of Enid Blyton's books and Nancy drew mysteries and those days, it was the done thing to read the end before reading the book LOL...I don't know why we did it? , probably someone else did and so everybody did the same thing , like it happens with most children at that age when they come under peer pressure :dry:

    But i have never done it...
    am patient enough to wait till its end :cheer: :cheer:

    I never read Enid Blyton and Nancy drew's books. These books are for which age group?


    We srated reading in primary school and went on reading them until we were in high school after which I started on Mills and Boon and James Hadley Chase books.. :)


    My favorites in college were the same: :laugh: Mills and Boon, James Hadley Chase and Perry Mason books! I read them now too occasionally!

    Also, during those reading Linda Goodman's Star Signs and Moon Signs were quite a rage and I must have read those books at least 5 times! :laugh:


    Same here Kalyani, I still read Enid Blyton's that my children have finished with and get teased by them lol :cheer: Although I no longer read M&B, I still read Perry Masons and James Hadley Chase ! Just the other day I picked up Coffin from Hong Kong and No orchids for Miss Blandish, two of my favorite Chase books!

    Pay no mind to those who talk behind your back, it simply means that you are two steps ahead !!!


  • Re: Reading the end before finishing the book..

    by » 9 years ago


    Kalyani Nandurkar
    Editor & Super Moderator
    258 14.6k 108.2k
    When I wasyounger, in school , we used to read a lot of Enid Blyton's books and Nancy drew mysteries and those days, it was the done thing to read the end before reading the book LOL...I don't know why we did it? , probably someone else did and so everybody did the same thing , like it happens with most children at that age when they come under peer pressure :dry:

    But i have never done it...
    am patient enough to wait till its end :cheer: :cheer:

    I never read Enid Blyton and Nancy drew's books. These books are for which age group?


    We srated reading in primary school and went on reading them until we were in high school after which I started on Mills and Boon and James Hadley Chase books.. :)


    My favorites in college were the same: :laugh: Mills and Boon, James Hadley Chase and Perry Mason books! I read them now too occasionally!

    Also, during those reading Linda Goodman's Star Signs and Moon Signs were quite a rage and I must have read those books at least 5 times! :laugh:


    Same here Kalyani, I still read Enid Blyton's that my children have finished with and get teased by them lol :cheer: Although I no longer read M&B, I still read Perry Masons and James Hadley Chase ! Just the other day I picked up Coffin from Hong Kong and No orchids for Miss Blandish, two of my favorite Chase books!


    :laugh: :laugh: That's really nice to know that someone else too likes to read those children's books!! Coffin from Hongkong was my favorite although I haven't read Perry Mason in a long time. I must find some books now, I just got an appetite for them!

    "I am free of all prejudice. I hate everyone equally."
    - W. C. Fields :)


  • Re: Reading the end before finishing the book..

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    jabeen
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    When I wasyounger, in school , we used to read a lot of Enid Blyton's books and Nancy drew mysteries and those days, it was the done thing to read the end before reading the book LOL...I don't know why we did it? , probably someone else did and so everybody did the same thing , like it happens with most children at that age when they come under peer pressure :dry:

    But i have never done it...
    am patient enough to wait till its end :cheer: :cheer:

    I never read Enid Blyton and Nancy drew's books. These books are for which age group?


    We srated reading in primary school and went on reading them until we were in high school after which I started on Mills and Boon and James Hadley Chase books.. :)


    My favorites in college were the same: :laugh: Mills and Boon, James Hadley Chase and Perry Mason books! I read them now too occasionally!

    Also, during those reading Linda Goodman's Star Signs and Moon Signs were quite a rage and I must have read those books at least 5 times! :laugh:


    Same here Kalyani, I still read Enid Blyton's that my children have finished with and get teased by them lol :cheer: Although I no longer read M&B, I still read Perry Masons and James Hadley Chase ! Just the other day I picked up Coffin from Hong Kong and No orchids for Miss Blandish, two of my favorite Chase books!

    I also enjoy reading James Hadely Chase and perry Mason series for light reading. By the way, there is a sequel of No Orchids for Miss Blandish. It is called' Flesh of orchids' I have read it last year.

  • Re: Reading the end before finishing the book..

    by » 9 years ago


    usha manohar
    Basileus
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    When I wasyounger, in school , we used to read a lot of Enid Blyton's books and Nancy drew mysteries and those days, it was the done thing to read the end before reading the book LOL...I don't know why we did it? , probably someone else did and so everybody did the same thing , like it happens with most children at that age when they come under peer pressure :dry:

    But i have never done it...
    am patient enough to wait till its end :cheer: :cheer:

    I never read Enid Blyton and Nancy drew's books. These books are for which age group?


    We srated reading in primary school and went on reading them until we were in high school after which I started on Mills and Boon and James Hadley Chase books.. :)


    My favorites in college were the same: :laugh: Mills and Boon, James Hadley Chase and Perry Mason books! I read them now too occasionally!

    Also, during those reading Linda Goodman's Star Signs and Moon Signs were quite a rage and I must have read those books at least 5 times! :laugh:


    Same here Kalyani, I still read Enid Blyton's that my children have finished with and get teased by them lol :cheer: Although I no longer read M&B, I still read Perry Masons and James Hadley Chase ! Just the other day I picked up Coffin from Hong Kong and No orchids for Miss Blandish, two of my favorite Chase books!

    I also enjoy reading James Hadely Chase and perry Mason series for light reading. By the way, there is a sequel of No Orchids for Miss Blandish. It is called' Flesh of orchids' I have read it last year.


    Yes Jabeen , I have read both , both are very interesting and very touching books . Another one that I really liked was 'One bright summer morning !..

    Pay no mind to those who talk behind your back, it simply means that you are two steps ahead !!!


  • Re: Reading the end before finishing the book..

    by » 9 years ago


    Kalyani Nandurkar
    Editor & Super Moderator
    258 14.6k 108.2k
    When I wasyounger, in school , we used to read a lot of Enid Blyton's books and Nancy drew mysteries and those days, it was the done thing to read the end before reading the book LOL...I don't know why we did it? , probably someone else did and so everybody did the same thing , like it happens with most children at that age when they come under peer pressure :dry:

    But i have never done it...
    am patient enough to wait till its end :cheer: :cheer:

    I never read Enid Blyton and Nancy drew's books. These books are for which age group?


    We srated reading in primary school and went on reading them until we were in high school after which I started on Mills and Boon and James Hadley Chase books.. :)


    My favorites in college were the same: :laugh: Mills and Boon, James Hadley Chase and Perry Mason books! I read them now too occasionally!

    Also, during those reading Linda Goodman's Star Signs and Moon Signs were quite a rage and I must have read those books at least 5 times! :laugh:


    Same here Kalyani, I still read Enid Blyton's that my children have finished with and get teased by them lol :cheer: Although I no longer read M&B, I still read Perry Masons and James Hadley Chase ! Just the other day I picked up Coffin from Hong Kong and No orchids for Miss Blandish, two of my favorite Chase books!

    I also enjoy reading James Hadely Chase and perry Mason series for light reading. By the way, there is a sequel of No Orchids for Miss Blandish. It is called' Flesh of orchids' I have read it last year.


    Yes, have read that one too! That was nice too!

    "I am free of all prejudice. I hate everyone equally."
    - W. C. Fields :)


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