Have you ever read a book until the type was faded and the cover was separating from the pages?
I love books I can read over and over again. Unfortunately, I hardly have any in my whole history of reading. I watch certain movies more than once so I don't know why books don't get the same treatment.
I reread more books when I was younger than I do now. Is it because I grew out of them or that I search for new stuff more often?
One of the only books I reread is the Spoon River Anthology by Edgar Lee Masters. The whole book contains poems about different people who live in a small town and their lives, secrets, and lies. It is poetic gossip. Some of the lines in there still haunt my thoughts.
What are the books you can't leave alone?