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What Kind Of Book Are You?

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The Vampire Novel

Hmm, very interesting! You scored 136!
People are addicted to you, as you make such entertaining and sexy reading material. You get people’s imaginations flowing and make for the type of book people want to read more than once. Cults have been inspired by the likes of you.




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You scored higher than 48% on bookpoints
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Re: What Kind Of Book Are You?

The Warm Cozy
Hmm, very interesting! You scored 132!
Well liked, and so well loved that the binding is worn through. Strong character is the driving force of the story and indeed what draws such high sales. A little suspense spices up a predictably happy ending, so you make for great reading on a rainy day in front of a roaring fire � very cozy indeed. People are known to pack you in with their luggage because they want a real treat while on holiday. A warm cozy is always good company.

My test tracked 1 variable How you compared to other people your age and gender:

You scored higher than 30% on bookpoints
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Re: What Kind Of Book Are You?

The Vampire Novel
Hmm, very interesting! You scored 141!
People are addicted to you, as you make such entertaining and sexy reading material. You get people�s imaginations flowing and make for the type of book people want to read more than once. Cults have been inspired by the likes of you.

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Re: What Kind Of Book Are You?

The Warm Cozy
Hmm, very interesting! You scored 133!
Well liked, and so well loved that the binding is worn through. Strong character is the driving force of the story and indeed what draws such high sales. A little suspense spices up a predictably happy ending, so you make for great reading on a rainy day in front of a roaring fire – very cozy indeed. People are known to pack you in with their luggage because they want a real treat while on holiday. A warm cozy is always good company.

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