What are our summer reading habits? (infographic)

What genres do we like to read during summer

Recently, Goodreads asked their members about summer reading habits. As much as 95k users responded, with 63% of them claiming they are going to read books on their vacation.

You can see other responses in the infographic Summer of Reading. 48% of users will reach for a print book, 41% – ebook.

What is the most popular type of the summer read? The book that transports us to a different world. 59% of respondents claimed that.

What books are you going to read this summer? If you haven’t made up your mind, check out our recommendations for summer books 2015.

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Summer reading habits - infographic

Via GalleyCat.

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