aleksandr
So, the app said me to write about my hobby, so why not? I have different hobbies but now I want to write about reading. I really love it. My favorite genre - sci-fi and fantasy. About 80 percent of books that I've read belong to that genre. My favorite authors are Arkadiy and Boris Strygatsky. They are soviet authors and wrote in sci-fi genre. In my opinion some of their books really hard to understand for people who don't live in countries of former USSR, but some can be understood by anyone. You should check out these books : Roadside Picknick, Hard to be a God, Beetle in the anthill, The Time Wanderers (also known as The Waves Extinguish the Wind)
Nov 13, 2020 7:30 PM
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So, the app said me to write about my hobby, so why not? I have different hobbies but now I want to write about reading. I really love it. My favorite genre - sci-fi and fantasy. About 80 percent of books that I've read belong to that genre. My favorite authors are Arkadiy and Boris Strygatsky. They are soviet authors and wrote in sci-fi genre. In my opinion some of their books are really hard to understand for people who don't live in countries of former USSR, but some can be understood by anyone. You should check out these books : Roadside Picknick, Hard to be a God, Beetle in the anthill, The Time Wanderers (also known as The Waves Extinguish the Wind)
November 13, 2020
So, the app said me to write about my hobby, so why not? I have different hobbies but now I want to write about reading. I really love it. My favorite genres are sci-fic and fantasy. About 80 percent of books that I've read belong to those genres. My favorite authors are Arkadiy and Boris Strygatsky. They are soviet authors and wrote in sci-fi genre. In my opinion some of their books are really hard to understand for people who don't live in the countries of former USSR, but some can be understood by anyone. You should check out these books : Roadside Picknick, Hard to be a God, Beetle in the anthill, The Time Wanderers (also known as The Waves Extinguish the Wind)
November 13, 2020
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