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This report contains a detailed statistical analysis of the results to the survey titled The Bristol Story: reader survey . The results analysis includes answers from all respondents who took the survey in the 199 day period from Tuesday, October 30, 2007 to Friday, May 16, 2008. 177 completed responses were received to the survey during this time.
How did you first find out about the Great Reading Adventure 2008?
ResponseCountPercentInternet search42.3%Local library179.8%Local press179.8%Local radio/ TV42.3%Onstreet poster42.3%School or college2816.1%Word of mouth5229.9%Other (please specify)4827.6%
Other Responses:
City Museum & Art Gallery
Graphic novel came in post!
Received book
When I got the book through the door!
got sent the book
Youth Group
Books delivered to office (UWE)
NHS library
Emailing list I think
Scout Group
Got it as a gift
Book posted to me
Work (public building giving out copies)
Sent to my address
When it arrived through my front door
No idea where u got my name and address!
It was posted through the door.
launch event held at museum
Picked up a book in the City Museum
I was sent a copy of 'Bristol Story'
The launch
City Museum
Distributed at work
Workplace library promotion (NHS hospita
Saw the books on display in a shop
Whilst visiting the Arnolfini
Was sent a copy by post.
I was involved in arranging distribution
Poster at work
I work for the Bristol team  SWRDA
Our reading group
A friend
Information circulated at work
Saw it at the Arnolfini
Used to work at BCDP
The books were on the Ferry
Went to the launch
I didn't
Received in the post
Book left at work
Received in the Post
Bookshop
Sent it, as I work for the council
Delivered to me
Sent to my home address
Council employee
Posted to me
Delivered by post
Community Show at local theatre
Was this the first time you had read a graphicstyle book?
ResponseCountPercentYes 6637.9%No10862.1%
Please tell us what you thought about The Bristol Story.The book is great, I love all the funny bits that the author has included through the food. The book is easy to follow too.Very good indeed, but WHEN is the time we are all supposed to be reading it together?Brilliant! Very entertaining  it kept my interest from start to finish and the illustrations are excellent. I'm so pleased I managed to pick up a copy by chance on my twoday visit to Bristol. Thoroughly enjoyable!Very Good. Easy to read. Not over complicated with too much detailFantastic! Great read, loads of stuff I didn't know. Found it really interesting and will be forcing friends to read it.very informative and interestingVery funny, witty and informative and accessible for all ages! Brilliant!Every bit as good as the Brunel book and that was excellent. Easy to read, entertaining and very informative.Loved it. Read it in one sitting and, despite a prior interest in local history, found much in it that I didn't already know. I especially liked the tone  a very engaging mix of fun and fact.Loved the style and presentation. Great humour. But the underlying stories are really well researched  they made a serious attempt not to recycle some of the less accurate populist histories. I imagine it would be a great tool for involving people who wouldnt normally pick up history books.Entertaining and informativeVery good. Delighted it went right back in History. We get modern stuff too often.Excellent format, an amazing amount of information. Fantastic mix of myths and facts. Something I will go back to over and over again and know I will find something new each time. Marvelous graphics.It was a little too brief, for me, but I am over 50!I found the jokey style a little bit much in places, but appreciate the wide audience that the book was being aimed at. I did laugh at some of the jokes. I especially liked the bit where Pope Gregory says 'they are not angles but angels' and the caption says 'when he had stopped laughing at his own rubbish joke'!. I learnt a lot about history (I was quite poor at history at school). And Some very interesting facts about Bristol. It's nice to understand the history behind Bristol's many interesting buildings and landmarks. I especially liked the medieval history.Enjoyed it greatly! Lovely way to learn about the town in which I live, without boring me.I thought it was absolutely superb. An I have lived in Bristol all my life and the Bristol Story me so many new things! There should be one for every city in the world! It was superbly written, and could reach people of all types and abilities! Superb! Well done! More!The whole book from start to finish was inspired! It had me hooked! So visual and so informative! It will be great to use as a teaching resource! Well done!!What a brilliant book, funny enough for the kids but educational enough for the parents. I'm 59 and thought it was brilliant. I can remember going to the Goram fair when I was about 8 years old in Hengrove/Whitchurch. You must have done loads of research. Well done. The 'story' is obviously interesting, the presentation makes it inaccesible to many because of excessive detail in pictures and very small font.I thought the book was very well executed  informative, funny and engaging. A great format to bring history to life for kids and adults. I thoroughly enjoyed reading it. Amazing illustrations! The Story felt quite long and the pace flagged at times, but what a great way to bring history alive.Brilliant! I'm not from Bristol so it was great to read about all the history and find out about the famous landmarks. Feedback from around the Brunel Scout District was that the book was really good and very informative.Really enjoyed the book. Learnt a lot about Bristol. Whilst it was clearly aimed at children was very informative.Hugely entertaining, the illustrations were wonderful & the amount of history contained within was highly surprising, considering the lightness in tone of the book and the simple and easy read it proved to be. Even for an old geezer in his mid forties!An excellent fun bookVery informative.Great. A perfect mix of funny/ engaging and informative.Funny and informative.Incredibly informative; good fun.Excellent and good funWell though out, interesting, funnyBrilliant!It was definitely aimed at a younger agegroup than my own. I found some of the jokes a bit of a putoff, but got into the narrative style quite easily. I get bored with books very easily and I think this was a good introduction to Bristol's history.A novel and interesting way of communicating ideas.The Bristol Story is an excellent combination of education and entertainment, cleverly designed to appeal to all ages. Its serious and accurate historical information is enlivened with delightfully expressive drawings and leavened with an endearing sense of humour. With a thoroughly engaging attitude to history, it provides simple and concise explanations of complex issues, clarifying the logic of how and why the city and its people developed as they did.Some interesting bits of Bristol's history that I didn't know aboutAn excellent, witty and wellresearched book, appealing to all ages Great, amusing, clear and very reasonably accurate but as a middle aged man wearing specs the text was difficult to read.It was factually correct and entertainingGood, well presented and interesting.Fantastic  A good read, well present, enjoyable and I loved the narrative style.I thought it was a nice way to portray a complicated narrative to people who might otherwise think it 'boring' or not their thing.Although it is harder to read a graphicstyle book, I found the Bristol Story both amusing and educational  extremely well written,beautifully illustrated and almost impossible to put down.Interesting, informative and a delight to read.Very interesting and detailed read, laid out in a very easy follow cartoon style.really funny and I like all the story about Bristol I didnt know thanksgood, accessible choiceHaving some ties with Bristol (language student, Bristolian friends) good background info. Too much text in places.As a Bristolian I really loved it and found out quite a few things I didn't know. I liked the artwork but felt an A4 format rather than A5, as it the font was too small even for me.Great expectations, but did not really meet them. Badly written in parts.Well illustrated, informative and fun.Informative, coherent, easily read. Useful intro to Bristol Historyinteresting Interesting and well laid out,great fun  lots of things that I didn't know about BristolIt was fantastic  so much information, really funny. The only criticism I had was the writing was a bit on the small sideI read a lot of popular history but confess I found the graphic novel poorly designed and the text relatively uninteresting. I lost interest after about 10 pages and didn't have any desire to read on.I thought it was fantastic! It looks interesting for a start, which is half the battle with attracting readers. As soon as you begin to read you find it really engages your attention and is informative, yet entertaining. I chuckled to myself many times while reading it. Having recently moved to Bristol I loved finding out about its history, myths and legends. It was great to get an insight into how Bristol has come to look the way it does, as well as the parts that have been lost and forgotten. The text also explained a little about the characteristic traits and vernacular of Bristolians. The best bit about a book of this kind is the wider effect that it can have; I have recounted many of the interesting facts the book showed me to several friends, some of whom were born and bred in Bristol. I even sent a few copies to friends who were born here and moved away years ago.I thought it was brilliant. Very readable, engaging, and well balanced in terms of historical narrative.I haven't read the whole book but what I did read was interesting and done in a fun wayEasy to read, great way to learn and remember new facts about the city. Interesting too.Absolutely brilliant. Funny, interesting and informative.I found it easy to read and it kept me interested all the way through.I thoroughly enjoyed finding out the history side, liked the balance between big events and normal life in different times. I felt though that it was a tough slog to get to the end, keep the momentum going. I don't think I'd have felt like that if it had been in a text format, just being in a graphic style maybe made me assume I'd be able to finish it quickly  which I couldn't. I probably read about 80% over a couple of evenings and then didn't come back to it for a fortnight.Excellent. Interesting, real information made even more accessible through the plain but punchy writing style, humorous illustrations, witty comments and 'did you know?' extras.Well presented brief history of Bristol, Not inaccurate and not an indepth analysis. Good, although still more of a book than a graphic novel  very dense text, but interesting facts and well told.I am dyslexic and the type face was so poor I struggled through the first chapter, but couldn't face any more. OK it didn't help that it was in black text and my preferred colour is blue, but even so I read 'normal' books in black text and I have had no problems with the other graphic novels I've read in the past.The Bristol story was very well drawn and contained some interesting information, but I found a lot of the text was too small and offputtingly dense. I think I could have benefited from some hefty editing. The book didn't read like a true graphic novel as most of the story was told through the text, not by the text and image combined. I was also unsure of the age group the book was aimed at.Was generally very impressed. As a professional archaeologist and historian i found it's combination of historical facts (mostly accurate!) and cartoon/graphic style refreshing and easily accessible.AceVery informative and packages in a fun, colourful and easy to read style.It was exciting and funny and I couldn't get my head out of it.Very easy to read and informative. Good graphics, amusing and they tell the story very well.Really interesting, fun and informative. Fantastic illustrations.Very cleverly done  factual, dynamic, acceptable to all ages.ExcellentIt is interesting and in a format that I like. I was at first confused about whether it was aimed at adults or children.interesting but the small text and black and white made it difficult for younger readers I think it's great fun and informative. I haven't in the meantime looked up all the historical details on the internet, but one mistake I already found: Bristol isn't mentioned in Shakespeare's Richard II, act 3, scene 2 but in scene 1!It was an interesting way to get the history of Bristol across to a wide range of people.the Bristol story was really good and interesting It was long and interestingI thought it was great Ive never read a book like the Bristol Story before.It was amazing to read and was exciting from Bristols past.I really liked it i never knew how cool Bristol was I love comics so I really liked working on the Bristol storyit was good to read and very interestingIt was interesting about my city. BRISTOL CITY!!!!!!I like it because it help me do the quit question it was very enjoyableThe read was great.great I loved it!It was very interesting and, the words in there was very cool. And it tells u a lot in the past. it was so interesting and wicked Ive read it ten times. Its a lot of pages but it was goodI liked it because it gave the history of BristolIt was cool !good and interestinggoodI liked the information that the book had in it and I learnt a lot.good It was interesting to know what happened before I was born and what Bristol is really likeit was very good because of the information it gave youit was good and a bit funnyit was interesting and fun to readVery informative in a fun wayBadly illustrated and inaccurateFantastic. For someone like myself that reads very little, this little book was captivating. Congrats to all.Fantastic  I liked everything about it! The blend of fun and facts was spoton, I learned loads even though I have lived here for years.Great  loved it and learnt a lotA fantastically powerful book, both in terms of its graphic content and the breadth and depth of the story it told.I found it very difficult to get in to, it is a chronological presentation of history, not a story as such, I did not get beyond the first section because it was not accessible to me. The pages were too crowded with information, I could not relate to the characters and there was nothing to grab my attention.Too much text in places. Story wasn't engaging enough overall to keep my attention.Absolutely brilliant. A great read, a gripping story with top notch illustration.Very interesting  I learned a lot of new things about BristolBrilliant. It was funny, informative and fascinating. Really good to learn about the history of the city. I've recommended it to loads of friends.Interesting and very informative. What a great way to get across information that i normally find boring!I thought it was excellent. A good balance of fact and humour with great illustrations. I thought the content was pitched about right  simple enough to engage younger readers but with enough detail to intrigue older readers who could then pursue topics of particular interest.Excellent. Easy to read and well told. very informativeI loved it. informative in a fun wayVery interesting & found out thing that I didn't know before about Bristol. Although an entertaining and dipinable book... I do worry that the cartoon style assumes that kids won't read a block of text...Surely that's a very low expectation. Perhaps a mixture of cartoon style and blocks of text would have been a good idea.Fantastic and such a good way to connect people of all ages to read and read about history! well done!Excellent! I was expecting something a little more " serious " in tone, I was pleasantly surprised and delighted with the lighter feel.It was excellentOverall, I thought it was excellent. I liked the graphics and enjoyed reading the entire book. There were some judgements I didn't agree with eg '... the highly trained murderers of the Roman army...', but that seems inevitable in any such publication. A very good read indeed.Good fun but sometimes fact and fiction a bit confusingI thought it was excellentSuperb. Very entertaining and informative.Informative via a witty narrative and complementary artwork.I thought that the Bristol Story was a very clever idea. The story would appeal to both adults and children and it was very historically informative.What a superb free gift to the people of Bristol! It was expertly drawn, the illustrations bursting with character. The writing was accessible and witty. It was miles away from a dry history lesson. It made learning fun. I hope people appreciate it as much as I did!I thought it was fantastic  It really helped me get my head round historic events within the time frame and explained them simplyCouldn't fault it factually. Entertaining.good, but after a while I found it harder to keep going. Interesting fats that I learned and I feel the correct amount of space was given to slavery, which is important but only in fact a small part of Bristol's history.ace really interesting and with lots of deviations and tangents which made it quirky and funny personal comments. It covered lots and as my 10 year old son has just done a project on the john Cabot connection  he followed this up by flicking through the Bristol Story which was another informative angle  of course it was also great to see Si's work as we go back a long way so i am proud he is showing his illustrating talents to the world!!very good, informative, funnyGood interesting tale of local historybrilliantInteresting and with humour making it not too heavy to readBrilliant. I am still picking up and reading bits and pieces of the book that came with the graphicstyle book. Learning lots about Bristol that I never knew!it was fun, informative & engagingly written, I recommended it to all my friends.I really liked the book and found it informative.Informative, funny and interesting ExcellentFantastic! I was really looking forward to it, and it didnt disappoint. As expected, the graphic style and Eugene's text was spot on in terms of where it was pitched, and was the right combination of factual and funny. Most of all, I've enjoyed learning about the rich history of Bristol, it's made me feel proud of the city I've come to call home. It was brilliant! I no longer live in Bristol so a copy of your book has made it all the way to Derbyshire! I lived in Bristol for 21 years and thought i knew quite a lot about the place but the book taught me loads I didn't know! Gripping! For the first time I felt able to put Bristol's history into context. I have a visual memory and the graphical presentation of the book has enabled me to better remember more of the detail. Brilliantly done!It's really well done. Lots of history (local and national) and interesting stories to accompany.I think its very cool book I really enjoyed it!! and think that the free give away thing to get people reading the same book was a very good idea!! It also helped me in my research for history! we also like the extra "snippets" that were given like peoples profiles etc :)Very Good, different and informative.Splendid. Very entertaining and packed with things I didn't know despite having been interested in Bristol's history for over 20 years. Author and Illustrator have done a great job and it's a book you can dip into again and again. From that point of view it would be an ideal "loo book" but you'd probably end up staying in there far too long.It was informative and presented in an easily read format.Once started difficult to break off and put a book mark in in order to eat and sleep!Haven't finished it. Not finding it interesting enough.I thought it was brilliant  very enjoyable and easy to read and full of good informationAn excellent, clear and easy read of Bristol History. Found it very interesting. Because of the way it was 'written' it made it easy to read and more enjoyableDidn't want to read it. Pages looked too fussy.Sorry, tried to read on a few occasions but found it hard going and boring. I am an avid reader of books, and this style was unreadable.Very good. Amusing and interesting. Helped increase my knowledge of my hometown.Good way to remember historical facts.Really enjoyed it. Good way to get history acrossFront cover off puttingly shabby: Just because its a graphic novel it doesn't need to look grimy and tenth hand, and something that needs to be handled with personal care gloves on. This is a shame because the content is very interesting.I found it very interesting and found out lots of facts about the city, it makes me want to find out more about Bristol and the people who lived here in the past.It was okay(ish). Some really interesting little snippets in there but too "put downable" for my personal preference of reading material.I did not read this as I think it was a complete waste of money to send out via the post to all staff. The Council Tax is high enough already without this unnecessary expenditure of the cost of printing the book, collating it and then postage. I am born and bred in Bristol and very proud to be Bristolian and I could have gone to the library to read about the city.A splendid read which left me wanting to find out more details of Bristol's historyGood, well balanced and factual.Brilliant, entertaining, funny and educational.Very interesting to know about all the events that happened in Bristol in our time and in past, i found things out I didnt know and it goes back many many centuries!!!Absolutely terrific  REALLY enjoyed it and learned a great deal. Only one glaring omission for me and that is the BBC and the Natural History Unit on Whiteladies Road. This is reknowned the world over and is something that Bristolians are very proud of and yet no mention was made. Other than that WELL DONE!I found it chaotic to read, so have only dipped into it in places.Did you read the Great Reading Adventure readers' guide?
ResponseCountPercentYes6738.5%No10761.5%
If you read the guide, did you find the information interesting?
ResponseCountPercentYes5989.4%No710.6%
If you read the guide, please add any further comments you haveabout it.Beautifully producedProvided interesting links to additional information.Haven't quite finished reading it, but I liked having larger views of the old maps and also interesting to learn a bit more about Bristol's interesting female figures.The guide was excellent too, and a great addition to the book. I was glad to see it didn't rehash the same information. The city maps were particularly interesting and provided a nice visual break from all the facts. Again this was very informative.Well presented, good mix of text and graphics, good tone.Not sure who this is meant to appeal to  it's not really "A Guide To The Bristol Story" as the cover suggests but rather a random hotchpotch of selected information, all narrative "snippets", short essays or lists with no attempt at indepth analysis. The choice of topics completely omits, for example, religion and local government, and says very little about Bristol's art, architecture, theatre, music or politics. The Timeline bizarrely jumps from 1974 (noting the isolated incident of an IRA bomb, but not mentioning the hugely significant political shift from Bristol being a county in its own right to becoming part of the newly formed Avon) to 2007, as if nothing significant happened in the three decades during which many current Bristolians were born and grew up. This is a really odd omission, considering that Bristol Story author Eugene Byrne has been so long associated with Venue magazine, which chronicled most of those years. Liked the historical map illustrations and appreciated the links to further information on the website, in print and through the city's libraries, museums and record office, but put off by the small print (not userfriendly to older people or those with sight or reading difficulties) and the confusing mix of styles, from "text book" (as, for example, the long and detailed paragraphs about businesses, with historical images) to "magazine" (e.g. the extract from the interview with the creators of the graphic story and Simon Gurr's lively illustrations). I felt that the only really useful bits of this publication  the links to further info  could either have been included as an Appendix within The Bristol Story book or published as a handy small pamphlet (A5 like the book). The graphic story book conveyed information in a much more entertaining format (though its print is also very small!). I don't see what this oversized glossy booklet was supposed to achieve in terms of adding information to the subject covered in the graphic story book, and I don't believe that this sort of content and style of presentation would inspire any new enthusiasm for reading. didnt really see the point of producingMore information and it just made the actual story that more interesting.It is always good to get more background information, and find out things at a more complex levelI am planning to read the guide as I have always found them very interesting in the past.Well illustrated and some good followup informationsee last commentsReally important to have included information about how the book was researched and where readers can go to find out more. Also interesting to read about certain aspects in more detail.Really interesting. Well researched. Well written. Great illustrations.Very helpful.it was telling extra information about the great read it was really good and fun to read it was fantastic its brilliant and wickedIt tells you about Bristolrubbishit was very good and i liked it.not goodDipped into itA great complement to the main event  very good for a bit of sustained reading, whereas The Bristol Story particularly lends itself to episodic dips...It hit the right note and again the style was a delight to readI haven't yet read it, but I willI would like to be on the mailing list for any similar publicationsReally enjoyed it. Still reading it. Possibly preferred it to the graphicstyle one. Can't think of any additions or alterations necessary
Did you visit the Great Reading Adventure 2008 website?
ResponseCountPercentYes 7644.2%No9655.8%
If you visited the website, did you find the informationit contained interesting?
ResponseCountPercentYes6789.3%No810.7%
If you visited the website, please add any comments you haveabout it.Easy to followGood site  Interesting information. Hope it will be developed furtherInteresting to see the range of people involved with the reading adventure, as well as the range of activities linked to it. A range of informative links.Errrr..... I did this lat time. Filling out the feedback before I had read the material. I can tell you, having read the Small Island website after doing the feedback last year that the background information put the book much more in a post slavery context. Maybe I will give my feedback about the material from this year next year..As the book was, very accessible to all! (though some BSL on there would bump it up no end in my opinion!!)The website provided a better overview of the whole project and it was interesting to learn more about the work being done with local schools. It wasn't as good as the book, I expected a bit more depth? Not a criticism though, it was still all goodVisually lively (following the delightful style of the graphic story book) and easy to navigate but a bit too "corporate" in its style of writing and presentation, which could  indeed should  have been much more lively and youthfriendly. Seems to have been written by very conventionally minded adults without enough consultation with, or input from, young people, many of whom use the Internet as a primary communication tool and are accustomed to the much more immediate and interactive styles of, for example, YouTube and Facebook. The content has the tone of a school exercise rather than a lively opportunity to engage with the city's history. Young people are accustomed to posting their thoughts directly on sites such as Facebook, and are more likely to use instant messaging facilities than Email  so why not allow direct posting to My Bristol rather than asking for Emails to the organisers? The posts wouldn't have to appear online straight away (to allow for editing out nonsense and libel) and you'd probably get more  and more creative and revealing  responses.I used some of the images in email publicity that I sent out. Used the web site to check some basic information.Particularly liked the followup info on walks; definitely ones to print off and do when friends come to visit (more organised than my usual walk round the docks/harbourside and old pubs!)Visited it, but didn't explore.easy to surfit was really interesting to explore and find out new informationI think it was really interesting, and it is fun.it's an individual website that no other person could copyit is a interesting and I learnt a lot from it about Bristol I don't like it because it boringIt is fantasic the website was goodvery goodits very interesting its goodrubbishIt was fun exploring the website and I liked the activities on it.it was very interesting and you made a good websiteI found the information good and I liked the activitiesGood to see pictures showing the variety of activities involvedClear, lively and accessible.The only comment I would make is that I thought more of the artwork should have been posted. After all it is graphic novel.Found list of literature written/based in Bristol interestingVery funny and informativegood to identify where I could get a copy of the bookQuite easy to navigate Lots to look at and capture the imaginationIt improves accessibility and opens up the experience to a larger audience, including those who want to know more. Disappointing you don't seem to have had much response to the Buildings and Myths requests.Great opportunity to download more great content.
Do you think you have learnt something about Bristol's history by joining this project?
ResponseCountPercentYes, a lot11869.4%Yes, a little4325.3%No95.3%
Do you think you have learnt something about life in Bristol today by joining this project?
ResponseCountPercentYes, a lot.5132.1%Yes, a little.7748.4%No.3119.5%
Do you think being part of a massreading project enhanced your reading experience?
ResponseCountPercentYes, a lot3421.4%Yes, a little7949.7%No 4628.9%
Do you agree that massreading projects are a good idea?
ResponseCountPercentYes15796.9%No53.1%
Would you be interested in joining in future reading projects?
ResponseCountPercentYes, definitely8250.6%Yes, depending on the book chosen6640.7%No148.7%
Please provide any comments you would like to make about massreading projects.The mass reading project has given people who have nothing in common something to talk about.As a born Bristolian already familiar with a lot of the City's history, but this is a good way to introduce those less familiar to it.I don't know that my experience is enhanced *yet* as I am yet to talk to other people about it. However, I've really enjoyed this years book and wish I'd participate before. I'm going to encourage as many people to read the book because it's important!The reading projects seems to not only inspire people to actually pick up a book rather than flicking on the telly, it also seems to provide people with the same discussion topics than a dose of the weeks soap operas .Essential, especially for young people in a city such as Bristol with poor standards of literacy.Remote working, multiple tv channels, narrowcasting and the like are contributing to the erosion of sociability. Once upon time, humans had many more opportunities to share experiences  be it trading stories around the campfire or all tuning in to the same tv 'soap'. Mass reading projects are a great way to bring people back together and allow them to unite around the same topic. It's about much more than simply reading a text; it's about finding common ground and causes for conversations.Have enjoyed all of the Bristol reading adventures over the years. They get me reading books that normally I wouldn't touch with a bargepole!People read too little.To know that so many other people are all reading the same book at the same time as oneself engenders a great sense of community. To be reading about ones community only serves to deepen that feeling. Being able to share ones views and experience of the read with a wide variety of people creates a great feeling of belonging. To know that so many others value and share a love of books increases your own self worth. A wonderful example to children of the enjoyment of reading. This book has been particularly accessible to a wide range of people from all reading abilities and interest standpoints.I like the shared experience aspect. I help run a group for people with mental health needs, and we explore historical places like the cathedral and the church of St John off Victoria Street, Castle Park and we enjoy the museum. We all went to pick up a copy of the book and they were really enthused about it, so that was great. I feel 'closer' to Bristol now, like my affection for it as a place has grown.The great thing about massreading is the free copies! makes it very accessible.It gives our modern day society something real to talk about rather than meaningless bump that we are hoarded with by the media As stated initially the presentation is poor for elderly, poor sighted, people with reading difficulties, young (even the comic has confused quantity & quality of information with accessibility / presentation ,by the very people it should be aimed at. The text & pictures are too dense, crowded, and the message confusing to the uninformed at an extraordinary cost!I think mass reading projects are a great idea and can be very inspiring to a diverse range of groups. I hadn't heard much about this one until it started  perhaps some earlier/more indepth marketing would have been beneficial?I haven't read a proper book for ages, and although this wasn't really a proper book, it's got me interested in reading moreHave taken part in Reading Adventure for past 2 years. Think it's a lovely idea. Think maybe there should be childrens and adults books separately though.What the hell is "mass reading"? It sounds like madeup technospeak, but I know what it's supposed to mean (I think). I bet that term puts off more people than it entices into the project!It's great seeing people wondering around with copies of the book under their arms  especially tourists. The idea of free books is fantastic because it makes you feel like someone wants you to do something productive and will actively do something about it too.Feel it should be open to nearby areas too  wanted to do with my school student but was outside the area (Weston super Mare)  they would have been interested in learning more about Bristol.Can be useful to inspire shared enthusiasm for reading & encourage communication across the generations but organisers need to consult and cooperate fully with the intended audience, especially targeting young people and disadvantaged or reluctant readers.Love them!I wasnt aware of being part of the mass reading project I just thoroughly enjoyed the book and was very pleased to have the opportunity to read it. I have passed it on to my Grandson who lives and goes to school in Midsomer Norton. Of all of the Great reading Adventures I enjoyed this the most just because it was a new book and the story of Bristol in a form that everyone  young children and adults alike  could enjoy. Thank youI like the idea of encouraging people to read any form of book, in the pressure of so many different media, and if mass reading projects work that is great! However reading can often be quite a personal thing and I am not really sure how much people want to share their thoughts.My children and I have taken part in the Bristol Reading project for the last three years  our first experience was reading Around the World in 80 Days which we read in the abridged format downloaded via the internet (I think on BBC Bristol), reading the free copy of the book and going to see the production put on at the Bristol Old Vic Studio  it was absolutely brilliant !The concept of locallybased reading should, in my view, not only encourage reading skills in all age groups but also enhance local pride and citizenship.vital to the city's image of itself as an cultural hot spotI know that our institution really values these projects and it is used in a variety of ways.Didn't learn a lot myself as I'm pretty well read on Bristoliana  but a good guideinvolved with this through work  but would be fun to do with my reading group outside of workit is a good idea to get people reading  there is a whole world out there ready to be read. Loads of people think that books aren't for them but when they find something they like they will be hooked. I went out and read Treasure Island some time after the last project  so it had an impact of sorts on me.It is very stimulating. A lot of us, having busy jobs that involve lots of screen and paper reading find it difficult to "relax" by reading some more. I found that knowing that everyone else was reading it motivated me to read it quicker and get more out of it.I'm torn between wanting to take part in the project by passing the book onto someone... and wanting to hold onto the book because I enjoyed it so much.It is just a wonderful idea, to distribute free books in an accessible style based on subjects that are likely to interest many different people. Almost makes Council Tax worth it.It seems you can only reach certain ages/ groups in society with every book chosen but this is still a positive project. Opportunity to push an issue or link to other national initiativesI've answered no to most of the questions simply because I couldn't actually read the type face sufficiently well (c/w my answer to the first question), I therefore didn't get the chance to learn much about Bristol. On the other hand, I have read, and enjoyed, previous titles chosen in The Great Reading Adventure.Very useful for raising literacy standards for children.Brings people together. Publicises good books, sometimes classics. Best of all, gets people READING.I think they are a good idea. However, I was not aware that I was part of a reading project when I was reading the book. As a council employee, I got sent it and read it because it looked interesting. I am a 66 year old German, living in Bristol since 1993 and have been only interested in this book, because I wanted to learn more about the history in a funny way. (I myself am reading a lot, 1 book each week or so, but I can see the need to make young people reading more)they are very fun and interesting I think its ok.all kinds of books are interesting but not all people dothe people are kind and fun to work withit was great 2 readI liked it a lotit was goodits ok greatnothingthey are very enjoyable and it helps people to learn a lot more than they knew already.put games on the website please.nothingthe books they choose are very goodThey help to engender a sense of community, especially if they appeal to different ages, social classes, ethnic groups, etc., and even more especially if they have a strong local connection.I really enjoyed Around the World in 80 days (I saw the play too) and A Small Island was fantastic. The quality of the book was much lower this year. I hope that there is a much better book next year. Well, as the producer of the International Bristol Comic show every year in the city I warmly welcome any project that promotes literacy and the visual arts. The Bristol Story was and is a fine example of using medium out side of the norm to do this.A lot of my friends didn't know about itI believe mass reading projects like this help to highlight the importance of reading and enhance people's appreciation for their city.I just read and enjoyed the book...I didn't join the project.Include some of the aspects in our Brownie pack as an interesting extra during some sessions. Found in discussions that some of the brownies participate in school and are pleased to be able to express some of the ideas learned with others in the group. Perhaps it makes more sense to them when they can express ideas in other aspects of life not just schoolAny project which distributes well written, relevant books for free get's thumbs up from me.Encouraging people to read is always a good ideaI didnt really take part as part of a group, I didnt get the guide and didnt check out the website. However, I've been very keen to hand out copies to friends and get them involved. They seem to be a good way of getting more people involved in reading  but it would be interesting to know more about their effectiveness. Is there any other follow up, apart from this online survey? Whoever thought it up is on to a winnerHave always read books so need no encouragement to do this. But if it means people who don't normally read will have a go its a good scheme.Please consider the resources  I was not interested in receiving this mail and it will sit on my bookshelf until I have the courage to put it out for recycling  what a waste of paper, manufacturing etc..I think this was a waste of money, resources (trees!), with 85000 in circulation, I wonder how may ended up unread in the bin?!Could join people together with a common newfound knowledge.As the books are about people or by people who lived in Bristol it gives me more of a sense of connection with the city, and I am more proud to tell people where I come from, and the fact that it is a city and county in its own right should be promoted more. I am an avid reader so welcome any opportunity to read or access books. Mass reading probably has more impact in schools and colleges where more collective effort and 'buzz' can be created. As an adult with no children I did not get the sense of a mass reading project but would have supported an event in support of this initiative.Mass reading is a good idea, but people should opt into it rather than be obliged to opt out and then feel guilty. I was VERY annoyed to receive a copy of the book by post to my home address as I work in a library and could collect a free copy at any time. We were also fighting to save the local library from closure at the cost of just 47,000 per year, soseeing money wasted on mass mailings of this kind is upsetting. Seeing such a heavy book mass mailed as unsolicited mail to council employees was an incredible waste ofmoney when councils are trying to encourage footfall INTO libraries. 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