Also about Books+73Jules Verne's 'Journey to the Center of the Earth' is the deepest book ever written, amirite?
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Also about read and book+214Vague book titles become profound once you've read the book. amirite?
Also about read and book+157"The beginning didn't grab my attention," is just an excuse to not read a book that you didn't feel like reading in the first place. No book starts action packed and exciting right on the first page, amirite?
Also about read and book+785Book says "The tree was tall." We read "The tree was tall." English teachers read, "In a testament to nature, and the God, mother nature, or other significant being that governs it, the tree stood, tall, proud, and sturdy, upward in the sky; reaching for what was thought to be the unreachable." amirite?
Also about read and book+132You would read a book that was on a 'banned book list' just for the fact that someone tried to ban it, just to be rebellious, amirite?
Also about fiction book+262all publishing companies suddenly seem to think that any teen fiction book about vampire love will become best-seller, amirite?
Also about read and book+215When you first read Harry Potter, you could only imagine him as the small 11 year old boy you met in the first book. Now when you read them, you can see him getting older thanks to the movies, amirite?
Also about fiction book+367It's annoying when people criticize a science fiction book because some details are "unrealistic." It's like, no shit, amirite?