Booking through Thursday

Booking Through Thursday

Do you cheat and peek ahead at the end of your books? Or do you resolutely read in sequence, as the author intended?
And, if you don’t peek, do you ever feel tempted?

I’m always tempted to look at the end of books and sometimes I do if the book is getting boring to see if it picks up. If the book is one that I can’t put down then I try to resist looking ahead – not always successfully though and then I wish I hadn’t!

8 thoughts on “Booking through Thursday

  1. I don’t look, but I have a friend who won’t take a book from the library unless she has read the last page and is confident she’s going to want to read the rest.


  2. I don’t look. And to be truthful, I’m not really tempted to look….only read faster! I guess for me it ruins the experience! Happy Reading!!


  3. I’m a peeker too, woo hoo, I’m much too impatient to wait and see if the book is going to get good or if the hero/heroine is going to get better, although I won’t peek myself, I’ll cheat and have my friends spoil it for me, which I don’t mind at all.This was my first BTT post too and I really liked it so I’ll be coming back for more, I’m sure.-Rowena


  4. I get the same kind of temptation when I’m reading a really good book–so I usually use my hand or a piece of paper to cover up what I haven’t read yet…just so my eyes won’t wander. This is my first meme too…fun!


  5. Oh I look ahead. Sometimes wanting to know the ending means I just rush ahead and spoil the reading process. I figure I can pay more attention to everything that’s happening if I’m not always gripped by the need to know the ending. But it’s a funny personal thing, isn’t it? I don’t think there’s a right or a wrong way.


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