or a place that sells books, and I will literally sit on the floor and read a book I find interesting. Then, an employee will come to me,"Um, excuse me? Do you need any help..?"
Me. "Naw, I'm..mumbles as I continue to read..**"
Harperland (politics of control) and Party of One , Elizabeth Smart's story,
a book on the History of the FBI and about 5 years ago read a book by the same author on the history of the CIA Legacy of Ashes, I have read The Secret History of the American Empire and Greatest Story...
that destroyed my home. I miss my books. It allowed me to escape. The feel of the Kindle can never replace, the turning of pages, the smells of newness or of age.- Taping the cover and dog ears... Bookmarks, highlights and many notes. I miss my books.
but does anyone else think the fault in our stars was a bad book and there is so many way better books that people should read. So many people at my school are like I don't like reading but the fault In our stars is the best book I read it in a day but there are so many other...
Thou shalt not watch the movie first.
Thou shalt not lose or never return borrowed book.
Thou shalt not ask, “So, what’s the book about?” after seeing thy reader begin to start reading first chapter.
and when you finish you just have to sit there for a while, contemplating the book, and life in general. Three books recently have done that for me.
Trouble, by Non Pratt
The Perks of Being a Wallflower, by Stephen Chbosky
Catcher in the Rye, by J.D. Salinger
The life I lead now that I have written about is not how I have always lived.
From childhood I have always loved books, reading and writing, so when I left school I studied and got a Diploma of Information and Library Studies and became a librarian. It was the perfect job for me...
and 500+ books on shelves in my home (I stopped counting). I dread the day that I have to pack them up and move. It's going to be a task, but at least when I unpack I will finally have a chance to organize by genre and alphabetize by author's last name. Okay, now I'm excited!
And Death note 'How to read' book.
I've seen the film but want to read the book + I read some of the DN how to read book and it's really cool and has all the shinigamis and stuff in it.
Our school library had the the whole set of DN books. :))))
you read a book and it fills you with this weird evangelical zeal, and you become convinced that the shattered world will never be put back together unless and until all living humans read the book. And then there are books like An Imperial Affliction, which you can't tell...
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...
:) 3 of which are part of a trilogy and 2 are just random novels. They're all fantasy, considering my number one favorite genre is fantasy. I enjoy horror and thriller too, but the only really good books in that genre that I have read are mainly from Stephen King.
for everyone, even those who dislike reading. They house entire worlds between their covers, allowing a means of egress from reality. I fear the growing number of works meant to be read electronically. What happens to the world when no one can remember the smell of aging paper...
and adore being around books. I appreciate the binding and fonts of older books. I cringe at the stickers they now put on well bound hardbound books. I have made love in several at home, academic and art libraries.