This is getting ridiculous. Why are they all questions?
You can't like all books. Different people have different interests, so this is a list of the most important qualities in a book for me.
1. A Controversial Message
I LOVE books that make you think. The Fault In Our Stars had a plot and a message that actually had me thinking about it for days. You know, questioning the meaning of life and all. All of Dan Brown's novels have amazing stories too, and make you ponder your existence.
Obviously. A good book needs to make me laugh or smile. What's the point of reading if you aren't entertained? I like Meg Cabot's books because of this, and the Harry Potter series are pretty funny too.
3. Good Characters
Basically, I hate 'perfect' Mary Sue characters and underdeveloped characters who are just there for the sake of an extra character. I mean, characters in books should be written in a way I can relate to them, and shouldn't be to cliche or stereotypical.
4. An Actual Plot
Fine, I'll admit I don't like romance novels. I prefer books with a fast-paced plot that keeps the gears in my head whirring. Something that has a mix of adventure, fantasy, science fiction, maybe a bit of horror and dystopian is good too.
So that was my little list of what I look for in books. :) What kind of things do you like to see in books you read?
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