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The /r/books Book Club Selection for July is The Leavers by Lisa Ko (self.books)
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WeeklyThreadWeekly FAQ Thread July 12 2020: How do I better understand the book I'm reading? (self.books)
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Reading a book at 3 am at night just has a different vibe to it, doesn't it? (self.books)
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Does anybody else just imagine settings that they already know, like rooms and houses, instead of fabricating new settings in their heads? (self.books)
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I wish I could record the movie which is being played in my head during reading the book. (self.books)
submitted 17 hours ago by ieatbeet
I've given up twice on Frank Herbert's famous 'Dune.' I knew it was based in a desert but I didn't expect it to be this dry. (self.books)
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Dolly Parton Thanks Gov. Polis For Signing Imagination Library Bill (denver.cbslocal.com)
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I can't sit down to read a book anymore (self.books)
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Have you ever started to imitate the actions of characters from a book? (self.books)
submitted 1 hour ago by SchizoidMan_X
What are some authors that you both love and hated works from? (self.books)
submitted 6 hours ago by dwursten
Reading a book in one go VS multiple sessions, which do you prefer? (self.books)
submitted 2 hours ago by slowbamboo
Help in imagining Scenery (self.books)
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Before We Were Yours is a must read. (self.books)
submitted 1 hour ago * by nk127
Ever feel guilty about not finishing a book front to back? (self.books)
submitted 11 hours ago by lawnmower_666
The New Head of Simon & Schuster on Facts, Diversity, and the Future of Publishing (outline.com)
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A Balanced History of Nearly Everything? (self.books)
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Did A Little Life read like fan fiction to anyone else? (self.books)
submitted 8 hours ago by beaa88
Am I ready to read Gravity’s Rainbow (self.books)
submitted 5 hours ago by NeekKhoue
The Sun Also Rises - Pure Art (self.books)
submitted 21 hours ago by Keaton126
Why does Jane Austen use [this brackets]? (self.books)
submitted 10 hours ago by jochuu
What is it about the Dune prequels that make them so much worse? (self.books)
submitted 18 hours ago by wo0topia
What constitutes a great book? (self.books)
submitted 3 hours ago by boringaspin
The paradox of the picture of Dorian Grey (self.books)
submitted 15 hours ago by Nomix15
Are there any other good quizzes for books' "factioning systems" (like Hogwarts house, godly parent or Radiant Order)? (self.books)
submitted 5 hours ago by StarChild413
Serious question (self.books)
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