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Would you like to read about cool adventures

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It would be so much fun to read about adventures. You know the ones that entails persons finding themselves or finding something new that changed their perspectives or made them feel deeper and happier. Yes those books makes you fall into an imaginative trance. Once you read them, you feel the sense of fairytales passing by and your need to capture the moment rises inside of you and you start to day dream about yourself being in such a wonderful position as stated in the book. :wink: :)

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I like reading adventure stories. It's always interesting to be taken on a adventure with the main characters as they explore new horizons. I also like to daydream and pretend that I'm on the adventure with them.
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Sure, I do. I love adventure stories. And reading about it is less dangerous than experiencing it first hand... 8)
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That depends on the scope of the adventure, the complexities of the emotions, and whether or not any gore is involved. If its theme involves some sort of escapism or anything unpredictable, then I'd like to read a book like that. Perhaps the only thing that would cause me to put the book down is if the plot doesn't make sense, or if the characters are just too immature.
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TheSeelieCourtJester wrote:That depends on the scope of the adventure, the complexities of the emotions, and whether or not any gore is involved. If its theme involves some sort of escapism or anything unpredictable, then I'd like to read a book like that. Perhaps the only thing that would cause me to put the book down is if the plot doesn't make sense, or if the characters are just too immature.
This quote says everything I wanted to say. I am not a fan of gory details but unexpected twist in adventure stories are awesome.

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I agree with gali. I love reading about others adventures. Sometimes I can't experience them myself for one reason or another. So it's nice to read about someone else's.
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I love adventures.

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I love adventurous books. It's like taking a trip without leaving home. Reading such a book is a break from real life.
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Books like that often become my favourites. They always have a mix of everything, from action to romance and are fun to read. It gives you an illusion that you are on an adventure yourself, but you never have to risk anything or leave your home.
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Yes , I love to read about adventures as I am myself an adventure loving person :D
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I do because it makes me feel as if I also experienced these cool adventures personally. These kinds of books bring me beyond my physical limitations.
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I really love reading adventure stories. They always transport me to another world and I feel as though I am enjoying the adventure along with the protagonists. It is a good way to escape from the harsh and hectic life these days.
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I adore reading cool adventure books. That was one of my most favorite genre when I was younger. Sometimes I'd imagine myself along for the ride and travelling to exotic locations. It's still one of my favorite genre to date.

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adventures stories are good to real and they were lead you to to imaginative world of thinking

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Ssinghal wrote:I really love reading adventure stories. They always transport me to another world and I feel as though I am enjoying the adventure along with the protagonists. It is a good way to escape from the harsh and hectic life these days.
I also love reading adventure stories with the same intention to forget harsh realities of life and the hurts caused by other people but I see to it to go back to reality because this is life.
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