We love a good book, especially when it's one of the classics. They each have their own unique personality that comes through on every page. Which classic novel are you most like? Let's see! A friend got you a book as a gift. You're hoping it's... Sci-fi. Romance. Horror/Thriller. Comedy. Doesn't matter to me, as long as it's good. Time to settle down and read, then. How often do you do this? Shhh... please don't interrupt my daily reading time. Whenever I have time to spare... which isn't often. Depend if I've found a good book, really. The most interesting part of a story is quite often the... First few chapters. Middle. End. The cover, to be honest. You're most comfortable reading with... An ebook, for practicality. A good, ol' fashioned book. A comic or graphic novel, if that's a choice. An audiobook. Time to hunt for a new read. Where will you find one? The library. A recommendation from a friend. My favorite bookshop. Online; or after watching the film adaption. Which of these reading habits bother you the most? Dog-eared pages. People who don't return the books they borrow. Cracked book spines. Writing all in the margins. None of that really bothers me. Most of the time, you find yourself relating to the... Protagonist. Antihero. Supporting character. Villain. Comic relief. Do you tend to read books straight through or in bursts? If it's a page-turner, I don't eat or sleep until I'm done. I read it as slowly as possible; I don't want it to end so soon!. It all depends on how much spare time I have. If you could prevent the death of one fictional character, it'd be... Fred Weasley ("Harry Potter"). Ned Stark ("A Song of Ice and Fire"). Beth March ("Little Women"). Charlotte ("Charlotte's Web"). Nobody; each story must be left as is, no matter how painful. How do you feel at the end of a terrific book? Terrifically sad. Excited for the next one; there will be a next one, right!?. Content that I found a new favorite. Bittersweet.