How can someone NOT finish a book? Surely when you open a book and decide to read it you make a commitment to read it through to the end. I read every day and have NEVER NOT FINISHED A BOOK.
NOTE: Make that 1 is "never finish".
Do you finish all the books you begin?
How likely are you to finish a fiction book, where 10 is "always finish" and 0 is "never finish"?
How likely are you to finish a non-fiction book, where 10 is "always finish" and 0 is "never finish"?
What are some of the most memorable books you have never finished?
For what reason(s) are you most likely not finish a book, assuming you are not someone who always does?
Edited: Ah, the ineditability of polls. It occurs to me that I am least likely to finish non-fiction, not because it isn't well-written, but because finishing isn't the point. Reading particular sections relevant to what I'm studying is much more likely to be the point. Also, spoilers sometimes kill a book for me - not often, but sometimes. Spoilers are why I haven't finished Life of Pi.