50 Respondents Fiction Reader
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50 RespondentsFiction Reader
|33 Responses to Option A|
I don't think it needs the word quest
I don't really like the word quest added in
I don't think the word Quest helps
I prefer book titles to be shorter and more succinct, and I don't think adding the word "quest" into the title really does anything to make it more understandable or more catchy.
The word "quest" just seems superfluous and is confusing. The shorter title communicates the same exact idea.
The "quest" is unnecessary and awkward to say
I chose A because it was just a little bit shorter and still made the point. It still grabbed my attention.
it's a shorter and more punchy title that is quick to read and grasp
Quest seems like a superfluous word here.
anything with pirate in the title implies a quest of sorts. just feel the word ain't needed
A is more concise and holds my attention
I don't like the inclusion of Quest in the title. Not sure why, just a turn off.
Most likely, you'll only pick up a book if it has an intriguing title and cover design.In the hook, you grab your reader's attention with a memorable story or fact or question.
I don't like the word Quest in the title. Keep it simple for the buyer
The use of the word quest is too much
I feel like Option B comes across as a bit childish and immature by adding the word 'Quest'. It doesn't really need to be there in the first place.
The title is already long enough. Adding Quest is not needed and does not read well.
It's shorter, more direct and Quest doesn't add anything to the title
I feel like Quest is not needed to get the point of the title across.
Quest sounds like a bad Role Playing Game and not an interesting book.
The added "Quest" just makes the title seem clunky to me.
You don't need to word Quest in the title.
The extra word "Quest" is not needed.
I like the way this one flows better. Its a pretty long title and I think taking the 1 word out helps.
Sky Pirate Quest: The Treasure of a Thousand Kings is very wordy. Also, the title flows better without quest in the name.
I think it is a little shorter and to the point and that is desirable to me.
Sky Pirate kind of sounds like a joke, so Quest makes it sound more serious
B sounds too much like a hokey fantasy novel with a half naked woman on the cover.
Sky Pirate is quick and snappy, straight to the point, and sounds like the better main title.
I like my choice because it's shorter and easier to say. I think a good alternative would be "Sky Quest", though it takes the pirate aspect out of it.
The more succinct title grabs my attention better. The word Quest in option B makes the title read awkwardly in my head.
The quest makes me seem like it is longer then it possibly is. Also quest denotes some difficulty. Title without it changes nothing
Option B seems to be on the borderline of being redundant. Pirates are on quests, or they would not be pirates.
|17 Responses to Option B|
It's descriptive and to the point.
The "quest" part sounds more interesting like there is a voyage and treasure hunt goal involved.
Definitely B. Quest just makes you want to know more.
Quest makes it sound more like an adventure
I chose B because the wording of Quest makes it sound adventurous.
Because this title implies there is an adventure to be had. An exploration of new places.
I like the addition of "Quest" in the title. Makes it more interesting.
This one sounds more intriguing.
I like how it has Quest and seems more of an adventure.
Option B because I think the word Quest adds a lot of meaning to it. Sky Pirate Quest makes me curious on what the book is about, making want to buy and read it.
Sounds like a really cool adventure.
Option A is best things
the word quest makes it sound like there will be more adventure! i would read this one!
Sky Pirate Quest sounds more like an adventure.
this one sounds better because of the word quest in it. it makes it more intriguing
Adding the word quest makes it sound so much more appealing because it sounds like an adventure. Everyone loves a good adventure.
This is a a more catchy title. It would make me more likely to read.