Book Blogger Hop is another post I'm going to be trying out and this one has a topic each week, which is something I've been trying to bring to the blog. I'm really excited about this one because I have a hard time coming up with something fresh to talk about and I'm hoping this helps.
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This weeks question is:
Q: What is more important to you when you are deciding to read a book?
Well, honestly it's a mixture of things, but what it really comes down to is the synopsis. If I don't like the synopsis then I'm not going to like the book. A book can have the most amazing cover and title, but if that synopsis doesn't pull me in and make me want to pick up the book and read it then I'm not going to read it at all.
That also has to do with the authors writing style as well, there are some books that I've loved the cover, title and synopsis, but the author's voice or writing style just sucked and I couldn't even force myself to read the book. Mockingjay is a great example of this, I'm forcing myself to finish that book so I can say I've read all three of them. But I more than likely wont read anything else by the author.
What do you all think, what is more important to you when you decide to read a book? Is it the cover, title, synopsis, the writing style or something else?