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A book hangover is
- The inability to start a new book because you are still living in the old book’s world;
- The inability to function at work/school because you can’t stop thinking about “the book.”
I don’t get too many book hangovers. I credit this to the fact that I read most of my books before bed. I finish a book before I go to sleep, and don’t pick another one up until the next night. So I am listing the books that had me thinking about it all day long. The only order is the order in which I read them this year.
The symbolism in this book had me thinking about it for quite a while.
Did the dragon even exist?
I love books that can be analyzed over and over again, each time providing more things to discover.
I don’t even know where to begin with this book. It was amazing! It had me thinking about the spiritual warfare around us. I started rereading it within a month because I could not stop thinking about it!
This is an amazing story about Soviet work camps during World War II. Not only is this a side of the war I don’t hear about very much, it was a beautifully written book. Despite the hard circumstances, the characters still found hope. I have recommended this book to so many people! The four people who actually read it, also enjoyed it! :)
I ran into some “meh” books and was looking for an amazing book. This book did it. And it’s a retelling of The Phantom of the Opera. What else is there to say?
Another book with beautiful writing that I could not stop thinking about. Since most of the characters in the book are deaf, it really made me aware how much I rely on my hearing! I would go around thinking how different life would be if I could not hear things.
CB Cook at The World of The Writer
Aerykah at Expressions of Me