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Yes I do.

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StarzAbove 3 months ago


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Stu 3 months ago

Always! Best way to see what the book is going to be like. Yeah, I always read them. One author I read always has a past time in the prologue and then the book starts in the present day.

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Rooster 3 months ago

Yup. The story isn't complete without it.

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Bozette 3 months ago

I always do, yes.

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Piper2 3 months ago


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ozzyboy 3 months ago

Yes ... preferably before I take it home.

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JanHaskell 3 months ago

Always. It sets up the rest of the storytelling.

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Linnster 3 months ago


She thought it was just a mystery. A sticky, weird, non-comprehensive mystery. The laptop wouldn't come off the surface - a fairly regular table in this case - and there was nothing, that would make it a murder, even though it was a double-homicide...

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ZonkeyBalls 3 months ago

Usually. Especially if it's a single book, or part of a series that I haven't read the prior books.

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Walt_OReagun 3 months ago

I don't care that they wrote the book for their mom who always made them the most wonderful chocolate chip cookies on rainy Sunday afternoo....

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Rembio 3 months ago

A prologue is generally part of the story proper; it shouldn't be skipped. I don't always read every introduction or preface, however, as sometimes these may give away plot points.

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Logan 3 months ago