I'm an acquired albeit addictive taste.
Both.But I especially love ones that put what you've been struggling with in words, and so perfectly that it becomes clearer. You know?
The ones that leave me questioning anytime. Because if after every book I read, I don't ask myself any questions well, that would get boring. On the other hand, in the last book of a series, I'd like all questions to be answered. Love, Malou.
Questions, always. At least in the case of books. Movies need to make me think -- not necessarily question. I'd be deprived if I didn't have this. What a FANTASTIC post, Suchi. I wish I had done this!
I think a good/movie book would be which incorporated both elements perfectly don't you?@Urvashi: I know.@Malou: Welcome! Is that your real name? So cool, what does it mean.@sharan: Thanks. :)
I like books that pop unexpected questions in my head !
book that does not give or ask any question obviously and movie completely senseless.. yaar movie ke baad bhi sonchna padega !!!
I prefer ones where I'm left wondering. I prefer to find answers myself and always like to find something new to ponder.
So everybody likes to be stumped.Apart from my dear Godrick, who was born stumped :)Hello Ms. Errant & Ashley. Welcome.
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