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TOP BOOKS ABOUT FELLOW BOOKWORMS
As a reader, there's a special connection whenever I encounter a character who loves books like I do. It doesn't make him appear snobbish or an introvert to me. Just someone imaginative, who understands that answers are hidden in books.
This novel tackles a lot of subjects, but among them, Dante's love for poetry and how he encourages his friend Aristotle to read.
Picture a Winnebago outside your house, holding all the books you've ever read. That's what Alexandra saw one night and couldn't stop thinking about it. She didn't want to leave. She wanted to travel in it forever... unfortunately not all wishes are wise.
Fanfiction!! That's an important word to E.L.James and Cather, of course, who spends her time in this novel writing about her favorite character, Simon Snow.
A reader who falls in love with a main character. Hey, it happens! But a character who falls in love back? Now, that is a novel worth reading.
Couldn't do this list without Hermione. She is always carrying a book and absorbing its knowledge. The definition of a true bookworm.
Liesel, who once struggled to read and write, falls in love with books and becomes a writer.
I have never seen a book with so many bookish references. Of course, the main character is a librarian and his love interest distributes books.
Jo March loves books so much, her passion soon converts to writing them.
The main character Darcy is a YA novelist about to publish her first series and living the dream life in NYC.
Could have also gone for The Perks of Being a Wallflower or The Diary of a Wimpy Kid as all books appear in the form of a journal. But, Anne Frank's an original and that counts for something.