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a bookstore . . . followed by a recliner, a cup of coffee, and several hours of uninterrupted quiet . . .

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See, this could be true and false. Take for example twilight. That movie series was a fail from the start when they casted plank as Bella. But then you have Harry Potter, The Lord of the Rings. Those movies are amazing, and they are very similar to the books. So, I guess it just depends on the book and movie...?

It's nice that all my books can fit in my pc and Kindle but nothing beats the sight of them piled high on the floor and stuffed into bookshelves like in a second hand bookstore.

"If a book is well written, I always find it too short." ~Jane Austen. Diana Gabaldon books are HUGE, fondly referred to as 'door-stops', some in the range of 1000 pages... and yet, still too short. You never want a good book to end!

Vintage Ladybird Books 'Read and Write' (Peter and Jane) --- An image from 1c - Read and Write - The Ladybird Key Words Reading Scheme (The Peter and Jane Books). Published in 1965.

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She could get lost in stories that were far more interesting than her’s would ever be.

books. When I was a child, I used to look in the window of our local book store. It looked just like this and conjures up beautiful memories...