Writer Nancy Pearl says that books appeal to readers because of the story, character, setting, or language. She describes these as "doorways" through which we enter a book, and says some books have more than one doorway. So for instance, what's most appealing for those who like Lolita by Nabokov is language. Character development in a book would be most appealing for those who loved Gone With the Wind by Margaret Mitchell or The Truth About Forever by Sarah Dessen. Harry Potter books are appealing for story; Lord of the Rings and Ender's Game for setting, story, and character, I think. John Grisham's legal thrillers would be all about story. Well, so which doorway is most important for you? Looking at the books you love most, the ones on your bookshelf, what would you say it shows about the doorway through which you enter a book? Is it though story, character, setting, or language?