Friday, June 17, 2011

Follow Friday

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Genre Wars! What's your favorite genre and which book in that genre made it your favorite?

My favorite genre is literary fiction. I love pretty much all genres, but I adore the beautiful, complex narratives that make up literary fiction. Probably The Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver has to be one of the books that cemented my love for this genre.


Getting Your Read On said...

I enjoyed this book too. It's been a few years since I read it though. Happy Friday!


Kat @ NoPageLeftBehind said...

This is one of my favorite genres too. And I loooove The Poisonwood Bible!! Great answer :)

Nikki said...

WOW. What a gorgeous blog!!

New follower! Happy reading, friend!

Nikki @ Books Most Wanted

Judith Leger said...

Now that is unique. I haven't seen another answer like yours. Good for you! Happy Friday, Hugs, J

Juli Rahel said...

Heey, I'ma new follower!
I think that what you mean by literary fiction is what I mean by fantasy! I loved The Poisonwood Bible and may I say that your layout is spectacular! J.W. Waterhouse's paintings are beautiful! Hop on over if you have the time:
Juli @ Universe in Words

Marla said...

Hello! Old follower stopping by for a visit. The Poisonwood Bible is one of those books that I probably should have read by now, but haven't. I seem to be of a one-track mind these days. Have a great weekend!

Marla @ Starting the Next Chapter

Alison Can Read said...

Hopping through. The only Kingsolver book I've read is Animal Vegetable Miracle. I need to rectify that.
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