Cold Ember (cold_ember_32) wrote,
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Writer's Block: Best book ever!

Is there any book you can read over and over again without ever getting sick of it? Do you discover something new every time you read it?
The Lord of the Rings trilogy. I've read it at least a dozen times cover to cover (to cover to cover), and dozens more including all the times I randomly pick one up, open to a random page and just read for a couple of hours. With something like Lord of the Rings it's sort of impossible not to discover something new every time - it's just such an in depth world that JRR Tolkien created - Middle Earth always has something new to offer. This actually reminds me that I need to buy a new copy of The Fellowship of the Ring…the binding on this one finally fell apart, too…it held out the longest of all three, but now it will join The Return of the King, which literally split down the middle, and The Two Towers, which has about 100 pages that are kind of shoved back in there in no particular order…it’s been a fun ride, guys, but now it’s time to complete my set of the trilogy with the film actors on the cover (before I had the old school editions that my mom had gotten years and years ago and which she gave me when I was like five…I bet she regrets that now haha).
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