1001 Books To Read Before You Die

A quest to read the classic books of the past, in the present, and save the written word along the way.

Indie Bookstores. Libraries. Short Blurbs On the Classics.

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- May 16 -

Jack Kerouac’s Mug Shot.
Oh, the Beat Generation was serious, huh?

Jack Kerouac’s Mug Shot.

Oh, the Beat Generation was serious, huh?

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My Mom’s Current Reading List

- May 13 -

50 Shades of Grey E.L. James

The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks Rebecca Skloot

The Sibling Effect Jeffrey Kluger

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- May 10 -

This reminds me of bars in Amsterdam that have no sign. They don’t have fancy signs because what they have inside is so good, and so dope—just their existence is all the advertizement they need. Same thing with these Penguin book covers.

This reminds me of bars in Amsterdam that have no sign. They don’t have fancy signs because what they have inside is so good, and so dope—just their existence is all the advertizement they need. Same thing with these Penguin book covers.

(Source: books-forever, via wordorphrase)

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Livin’ Ghetto Fab/You Just So Mad/You Just Can’t Take It

Livin’ Ghetto Fab/You Just So Mad/You Just Can’t Take It

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- May 2 -

aaknopf:

Is an eBook author an “eAuthor”? I cringe at the thought. 

aaknopf:

Is an eBook author an “eAuthor”? I cringe at the thought. 

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- April 28 -

vintageanchor:

“Life is too short for reading inferior books.”
—James Bryce, 1st Viscount Bryce

vintageanchor:

“Life is too short for reading inferior books.”

—James Bryce, 1st Viscount Bryce

(Source: vintageanchorbooks, via bookriot)

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