Yep, this one really could have used check boxes. Seems like most of us read several different types of fiction. As a matter of fact, I'm reading both "The Two Towers" and "Thief of Time" right now. A few weeks ago during the blackout, "Flatland" was the only book I could find with large enough print to read by candlelight, as I wasn't about to risk dripping candle wax on my copy of "Dark Night 2" and my copy of "Fellowship" has like 8 point type.
It's actually a credit to Perlmonks that so many of us are readers, and have broad tastes. I'm curious, though. What type of fiction is "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas"? It's unlike anything I've ever read that wasn't also by Hunter S. Thompson.
"What do I want? I'm an American. I want more."
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