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    Just finished reading Gone Girl.

    What an awesome read! And the ending was so fitting.
    akhilnsec akhilnsec 18-21, M 3 days ago

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    currently have 2 reads on the History of the FBI

    and Elizabeth Smart's Story. I remember when she disappeared from her bedroom at age 14 in 2002 in Salt Lake City. I was so glad when she was found alive just over nine months later. Only now am I realizing the nightmare she lived during her captivity under David B Mitchel...
    Snowbird22 Snowbird22 46-50, M 3 days ago

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    omg so im like such a book nerd

    but its kinda sad because i have not read a single book in a while because im mostly on my phone now talking to people, but i think that books are really good to read they inspire us to imagine things that are not possible and that's a grate thing its like day dreaming but with...
    NoraCipriano NoraCipriano 13-15, F 1 Response 2 days ago

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    I read several books a week!

    I just can't get enough
    lillolipop lillolipop 18-21, F 6 Responses 6 days ago

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    have for as long as I can remember even

    before I could read I liked picture books, as a kid I read Pippi Longstocking books and my big brother read me books such as James and the Giant Peach , Charlie and the Chocolate Factory , I liked reading books by the late Canadian Author Farley Mowat. I have read The End of...
    Snowbird22 Snowbird22 46-50, M 1 Response 1 day ago

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    why is catcher in the rye a favorite novel

    for psychotic people? it's a good book
    jbm1984 jbm1984 31-35, F 3 Responses 5 days ago

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    how many people dog ear the corner of their

    pages. I know it drives some people crazy. I do it. always have and probably always will ;)
    greeneyz83 greeneyz83 31-35, F 19 Responses Nov 8, 2014

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    shortfry3 shortfry3 13-15, F 1 Response Mar 18

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    The only hangover I've ever had was book

    hangovers, and boy it lasts for days :)
    dearalexe dearalexe 22-25, F 5 Responses Dec 21, 2014

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    I got new books today : ) Some are from the

    early 1900s. Yay for library book sales!
    AnnaliseLeah AnnaliseLeah 18-21, F 6 Responses Aug 2, 2014

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    soundofaghost soundofaghost 18-21, F 3 Responses Feb 12

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    Books are addicting Book Hangover When you've

    finished a book and you suddenly return to the real world, but the real world feels incomplete or surreal because you're still living in the world of the book. A goals to live a life of a girl I'd love to read a book about.:)
    RedThatDescribesMe RedThatDescribesMe 18-21, F 4 Responses Mar 4

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    There is nothing in this world

    that can beat the company of a good book on a beautiful rainy day!
    LoneViolet LoneViolet 26-30, F 2 Responses Jan 25

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    SpectrumOfTears SpectrumOfTears 13-15, F Mar 19

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    We lost one of the greats today.

    Rest in Peace Terry Pratchett. He co wrote one of my absolute favorite books. "Good Omens" and "Small Gods" was hilarious.
    greeneyz83 greeneyz83 31-35, F 6 Responses Mar 12

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    Reading has been one of my favorite past times

    since I was a young child. I could live in book stores, I loved reading so much. In recent years I've gotten away from it, as my interest in the internet has grown. So, I think for this year I am going to take the 2015 Reading Challenge and read a book a week from the following...
    LoneLostDreamer042 LoneLostDreamer042 26-30, F 6 Responses Jan 10

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    I love books and I want to write one someday .

    .our books are our best friends
    tryingstill tryingstill 26-30, M 3 Responses 6 days ago

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    deleted deleted 26-30 2 Responses Mar 13

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    Every book is a TARDIS,

    innocuous on the outside, bigger on the inside & able to transport you through time and space.
    readum16 readum16 26-30, F 14 Responses Jan 4

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    Warriors atm. ovo yayyyy Who else is a Warrior

    Cats fan?~ SHIPS??? SCOURGE??? FIREHEART/STAR????.. idk
    SpectrumOfTears SpectrumOfTears 13-15, F Mar 19

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    How can I not be in the mood

    for Drizzit?? I must be ill.......
    SolitaryElf SolitaryElf 41-45, F 3 Responses Mar 14

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    every time I read books I become someone else.

    I become a heroine or a villain through those pages. I love books more than myself sometimes
    zimoash20 zimoash20 18-21, F 2 Responses Jan 2

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    Sometimes i feel like the only way i am truly

    alive is when i am reading a book or thinking up a book to write. Life can be so depressing and lonely some times.
    DianaR91 DianaR91 22-25, F 4 Responses Jan 30

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    PraiseBeToYevon PraiseBeToYevon 31-35, F 17 Responses Mar 17

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    Favorite book series: The Maze Runner.

    Read all of those books within 2 or so weeks. I just couldn't put them down. I've read a lot of amazing books, but this one takes first place. It was a good attention grabber, and the end of each chapter made me want to keep reading. No matter how much I wanted to put the book...
    Scoodaloop Scoodaloop 18-21, F 2 Responses 6 days ago

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    Someone asked me why I don't use a kindle

    instead of reading an actual book, I couldn't be the only one who loves to actually hold a book and read until all hours at night.
    labyrinthandinfinity labyrinthandinfinity 18-21, F 10 Responses Jul 4, 2014

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    HAHAHA! This is me when I get disappointed at

    the end of a story/book because of my expectations on how it should end. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7In_e6_4WIk
    Strawberrryfieldsforever Strawberrryfieldsforever 16-17, F 3 Responses Mar 14

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    And books, they offer one hope --

    that a whole universe might open up from between the covers, and falling into that universe, one is saved.
    Brunette4U Brunette4U 31-35, F 1 Response Mar 12

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    Ever since I was a little kid I escaped into

    books.nothing could distract me more. not even my brief stint with controlled substances. It's like it carries me away and makes the real stuff seem less real.
    greeneyz83 greeneyz83 31-35, F 2 Responses Mar 13

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    Grab the book you're currently reading,

    sit by the window while it is snowing, brew some hot coffee, get some toasted bagels, cuddle yourself in a blanket, light some scented candles and bam, it turns into heaven.
    FlawfulCreation FlawfulCreation 18-21, F 11 Responses Jan 21

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    I spend more time in my books

    than I do in the real world.. Love fantasy novels, the best escape.
    keepingitrealgirl keepingitrealgirl 22-25, F 2 Responses 3 days ago

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    I never seem to get over a feeling

    when your favorite series/book ends. It's some sort of quiet yearning to know more, to know everything that happens to your favorite characters.
    metallic28 metallic28 16-17, M 5 Responses Feb 10

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    Av305 Av305 16-17, F 1 Response Mar 13

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    erica1985 erica1985 26-30, F 10 Responses Dec 27, 2014

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    Currently reading "The Windup Girl" by Paolo

    Bacigalupi, not bad.... interesting ideas and commentary on corporates, government and the environment.
    csouls csouls 31-35, M 3 days ago

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    pinkpearlite pinkpearlite 22-25, F 3 Responses Mar 20

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    10 Commandments Every Book Lover Needs You To

    Abide By Commandment I Thou shalt not watch the movie first. Commandment II Thou shalt not lose or never return borrowed book. Commandment III Thou shalt not ask, “So, what’s the book about?” after seeing thy reader begin to start reading first chapter. Commandment...
    Scoodaloop Scoodaloop 18-21, F 5 Responses Jan 12

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    ashlyn110 ashlyn110 18-21, F 11 Responses Dec 30, 2014

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    I'm currently reading Elsie's motherhood I love

    the Elsie dinsmore series the originals anyway not the rewritten polititically correct ones. Sorry slaves and poor southern whites don't talk like educated people. In this book I like how Elsie and her husband show how to turn the other cheek. And forgive those who do u...
    sassygirl15 sassygirl15 13-15, F 1 Response a week ago

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    Moved to a new city and still looking

    for a job. At the local library reading Chomsky's on language.
    Savourycandy Savourycandy 31-35, F 1 Response 3 days ago

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    Currently in the middle of the 2nd book of the

    Fifty Shades trilogy :) It's a really good story. I can't put it down. I highly recommend it. It does get sexually graphic though...
    BabyKitty7885 BabyKitty7885 26-30, F 14 Responses Jan 30

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    deak123 deak123 22-25, M 34 Responses Mar 14

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    ociemessenger ociemessenger 16-17, M 16 Responses Mar 13

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    I just bought two Jack Keroac boks

    and I am so excited to get to read them!!! What does everyone think of this writing that has read anything by him?
    grumpykittie13 grumpykittie13 31-35, F 5 days ago

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    I really wanna get some more books right

    now but... I don't wanna go broke. >.< There's still several that I really really want.
    Scoodaloop Scoodaloop 18-21, F 13 Responses Dec 16, 2014

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    I am and always have been living in between the

    reality and fiction. Since reality holds a lot of pain (actual pain through my chronical diseases) and fear for a lot of things that occur unfortunately too often and at the same time, so to say that since life was what it is: A rather rough experience, I found my strength to go...
    lillianpace lillianpace 22-25, F 2 Responses 3 days ago

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    What was it about a room lit by the purity of

    natural day light and the freedom of being home alone, barefoot? One can sit against the wall, on their bed, and slip away to The Door To December by Dean Koontz on a rainy day..Such a novel concept. The book itself was pleasant, but nothing compares to the sensation of a soft...
    s0undgarden s0undgarden 16-17, M 1 Response Mar 15

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