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I have to agree. Nothing like the feel and smell of a good book!
Truth! Nothing beats an actual book. Love the smell!
I prefer real books with pages that you can actually flip, with that indescribable book smell, and with ink.
Theres nothing like the smell of new book...
So true :(, I want one, but so true. I love the smell of old books :)
= / I love books! I love the smell and feel of books! We can't lose our printed books and magazines.
If everybody would read the world would be a better place :) the only cure for ignorance
There's More to Life Than Books
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Stray books, like stray animals, never just go away. Once you have one, you're in for life.
The mark of a good book......I have done this too many times to count!
Discover the Magic at your local library
I'm not against Kindles at all, but I suspect I'll always prefer paper books. Holding them, flipping the pages, smelling them, feeling the paper, everything.
This was me with the hunger games trilogy and the fault in our stars
Apparently it’s not a legitimate reason to miss work…unless you're reading any of the Bonds of Blood & Spirit books. Then it's totally understandable. bondsofbloodandsp...
Let this be true of me:) My friends actually complain about how much i read :)
It is likely I will die next to a pile of things I was meaning to read. -Lemony Snicket From 27 Totally Relatable Quotes About Books on buzzfeed
I love this so much. Rereading a book makes it fatter, much like you've been left behind between the pages like pressed flowers.
The best part about rereading a bok is how your knowledge and perception of the characters change. You get to know them slowly and eventually are let in on all the little quirks you missed before.