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"I don’t have a favourite book, I have hundreds." John Green Ps he wrote The Fault in our Stars (a must read)

Although I haven't been through all of them yt, many of these things have happened to me..

25 Signs You're Addicted To Books

25 signs you’re addicted to Books. Welcome to Bookaholics Anonymous. Hi my name is Hannah, and I'm addicted to books. Every year when I go backpacking, at least 5 pounds of the weight in my backpack is a thick hardcover.

I almost always like the books better. :)

I've already read that movie - Mid-Continent Public Library has compiled a list called Based on the Book. Can be searched by book, movie, movie release date or book author.

Most def but you just have to read one more page, then till then end of the chapter, then almost finished with the book....you wouldn't stop in the middle of the road before you saw what was around the bend would you???

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every single night. I read up to 2 one night (or should I say morning?

Days? Haha honey try MONTHS

Funny pictures about When books haunt you. Oh, and cool pics about When books haunt you. Also, When books haunt you.

The fascination of old books -- Quote poster by Lauren Willig, in Appareo typeface (banners included) ﻬஐღ

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Oh yes, lol!! Not that I ever do this, mind you. ;-) (Okay, I'll come clean, I just did this two days ago! lol!!)

Going to bookstores. *Trust me, I'm the worst when I go into a bookstore. NOT a shoe store. But a BOOKSTORE.

I might read until I feel better.

This should read that I will read until I feel better. No better medicine

Parting with books is like parting with friends - it is difficult to do, and even when done, your experience with them defines you for the rest of your life.

There is space on everyone’s bookshelves for books you have outgrown but can’t give away. They hold your youth between their pages, like flowers pressed on a half-forgotten summer’s day.