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Play Battle of the Books and Win Big Bucks

In TrèsSugar's Battle of the Books faceoff, we've pitted some of the most influential books against each other. Pick which one you'd rather read, and we'll find out what's top shelf.

Finding titles to add to your Spring reading list not incentive enough? We'll be giving away a $500 grand prize each month — you must be logged in, and you'll be entered once every time you play. (Check out the official rules here.) What are you waiting for? Get choosy!

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maherica maherica 6 years
Lolita- yes, just because I never heard about Janet Fitch! Hm, I wonder?!
luna08 luna08 6 years
I must not quite understand how to play...because people would rather read "Gossip Girl" than Brideshead Revisited"??
lilkimbo lilkimbo 6 years
If you want to get it right, you have to guess what you think others would rather read. I personally always select what I would rather read. Even if I don't get it right, it sways the scales over to the book I prefer.
lemamike lemamike 6 years
I dont understand..in order to get it right you have to guess that people would want to read one thing over another? not what id rather read?
sarahliz1624 sarahliz1624 6 years
You aren't voting for what you'd rather read, but what other people would rather read. This is kinda stupid.
Yogaforlife Yogaforlife 6 years
I love reading while taking a bath...in HS I used to try and read as many books as I could over the summer...Loved Madame Bovary, Anna Karenina, Jane Eyre, Wuthering Heights, Dante's Inferno. One of my favorites was My Side of the Mountain. Never read Lolita but I just may need to pick that up next time I'm at the book store.
Violence Violence 7 years
I'm a total bookworm, myself, so I will be checking this out.
janneth janneth 7 years
Guys, The Host is really good. Written by Meyer, but no vampires.
niicoley niicoley 7 years
White Oleander is one of my favorite books! So nice to see as the "poster" for the face off ;D
bigestivediscuit bigestivediscuit 7 years
It's what the majority would rather read ... which is more often than not disappointing. For example, it's clear that not many have read or heard of Sandra Cisneros.
TammyO TammyO 7 years
Bella, I LOVE Lolita too! It's so funny in a kinda sad, demented way though. ('Marvolous skin, oh marvolous. Tender and tanned, not the least blemish.')
mguy414 mguy414 7 years
Amanda-La: I absolutely LOVED Rebecca, and I read it in the 7th grade! I hope you enjoy it, it makes me want to re-read it now that it has been mentioned!
Amanda-La Amanda-La 7 years
Yeah anton123 That's very relevant to this post. Thanks for sharing. Maybe on a sex post thread you can comment about a book. lol
chloe-bella chloe-bella 7 years
This is so much fun - it really appeals to my nerdy English major side!
Beauty Beauty 7 years
Lolita is one of my favorite books. So beautifully written. (Picnic, lightning.)
JCP0240 JCP0240 7 years
I never know if you are supposed to vote for what you like better, or what the majority like better...?
mswender mswender 7 years
I have to disagree on a few of these, not a fan of The Virgin Suicides, but I loved Middlesex. Love the Girls guide to Hunting and fishing! haven't thought of that book in awhile!
genesisrocks genesisrocks 7 years
Oh and I hated "Island of the Blue Dolphins" I voted against it every time. Sorry for the double post.
genesisrocks genesisrocks 7 years
I think I must be the first person to answer some of these particular faceoffs because I'm getting 100% agree with you for a lot of them. Sure that will change soon.
boredgourdless boredgourdless 7 years
What?! People would rather read Bridge to Tarabithia over Vanity Fair??? Weird.
Amanda-La Amanda-La 7 years
I assumed it would involve a bunch of books I've never read but I have read a ton of those books. Not only have I read them but alot of them are my favorites. Memoirs of a Geisha, Girl with a Pearl Earring, White Oleander and I'm reading Rebecca right now.
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