I just have to avoid reading other books like this.
The stories of finding books she had forgotten about, about just reading books she had and not buying new ones for a year was so interesting.
This was a six-star book for me; I'd highly recommend to anyone who is even remotely in love with their books and with reading.
I finally read this on vacation this past weekend. It wasn't what I thought it would be, but Hill's essays on the nature of being a reader, and her efforts to reacquaint herself... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Shirley S
I checked this out from the library. I loved the concept. I was in a tumultuous year of moving and upheaval. Read morePublished 9 months ago by mayzey
As a bibliophile, I enjoyed this book about reading books that you know have been sitting on your shelf for years, waiting for someone to find them and read them. Read morePublished 9 months ago by DeAnn Rossetti
I bought the Kindle version-big mistake! this book is all about the love of books, yes the printed ones, so I am now going to buy a real one. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Nigel Mason
A very interesting idea. Nicely written and easy to read. I didn't always share her opinions of the books encountered 'on the landing' but that didn't detract from the reading... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Dr. W. S. Affleck
To all of us who love our books and reread them, to all of us who have books yet unread but stashed away for the right day, this book will speak to our souls!Published 13 months ago by Mary F. Hatton
Cannot give a review, as purchased this book for a gift. Can't recall if recipient was pleased - or not - too much time has passed. Sorry!Published 14 months ago by Freelance editor
A clever storyline to use for an autobiography. Informative, interesting, well written and an easy, enjoyable read. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Tony and Judith Hughes-Lewis