Friday, 22 March 2013

Feature & Follow Friday #8

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This Friday's question :

What is your guilty pleasure as far as reading? Is it a genre, or is it a certain type of book?

Oh my..

 Guilty Pleasure...
Had to think long and hard about this one.

You know when a character dies in a book? Not the ultra minor ones. Either the main leads or the important side ones. Well I actually find a story satisfying when someone dies, especially IF it's one of the main characters. And yes I do feel guilty, since that character could have bought so much more! But yeah, DEATH !! 

But NOT if it's my favorite character. No way, no how! I'm biased like that.
And usually I find that the characters I do end up loving ultimately die. *Sigh* Story of my life..

Leave a link to your Follow Friday post or let me know your answers in the comments below!

Happy Friday!

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  1. Sometimes, I think it would make more sense if there was an important character who died, but it doesn't happen all that often.

    Thanks for stopping by my FF post earlier. I'm following you back via GFC.

  2. OMG! you like killing the main character! I think that makes quite a different book but it pisses me off. You should read Empty by K.M. Walton then...

    Awesome bottoms on the right!

    New follower.- This is my FF

    1. Lol. I think I will read Empty. Thanks for the recommendation. Gosh don't I sound really macabre and sadistic =P

  3. Old follower!
    I hate it when someone dies in a book. :C

  4. Sometimes (most times actually) it would be a much more satisfying read if someone important in the book died. But it has to be justified cause if not then what the hell is the point. But authors tend to shy away from that.

    New follower :)

    - Nyx @ Unraveling Words

  5. I believe that is why I like crime novels, because there is usually a dead body somewhere. My F&F:

    1. I used to read only crime-novels in high school, but soon the books in that genre declined after my found my love of dystopia and contemporary. Need to read some crime-fic again!

  6. Have you read Game of Thrones by George R.R. Martin? It's one of my favorites and one of the main characters dies. It was floored when I read it!

    Thanks for stopping by Cherie Reads! I'm following via Facebook and GFC.

    1. Oh that one's been in my TBR since oh so long. I'm currently back-logged with books to read. Will have to grab this one as soon as I'm done! Thanks for the follow

  7. New follower!

    Yes, I kind of feel the same way about main characters' deaths.

  8. I don't like it when my favourites die, that just makes me sad lol
    I'm an old follower :)
    My FF