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Read The Book Sayings By Nancy Leigh DeMoss: Frequently, I will read one or two selections from a devotional book as a means Frequently, I will read one or two selections from a devotional book as a means of tuning my heart before I open the Scripture. These books, written by human authors, should never take the place of the Word of God itself, but they can help us focus on spiritual matters and clear out any clutter that may be distracting to us. — Nancy Leigh DeMoss
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Read The Book Sayings By Deyth Banger: Reading a book makes a conversation with the author (Robin Sharma on The Cure For Reading a book makes a conversation with the author (Robin Sharma on The Cure For Fear - Robin Sharma) — Deyth Banger
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Read The Book Sayings By Anna Banks: Q: When did you realize you wanted to be a writer?A: I hate this question, Q: When did you realize you wanted to be a writer?
A: I hate this question, because the answer makes me look like a jerk. The answer exposes me as a jerk. But here it is: the first time I read Twilight, I thought to myself, "If this chick can write a book, then you can!"
One day, Stephanie Meyer is going to give me a bloody nose. I accept that like I accept that I will one day get wrinkles.
To Stephanie Meyer: Could you come at me from the right side?
That side of my face could use adjusting ... — Anna Banks
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Read The Book Sayings By Dominic Tomasi: Crystal then read the red sticker out loud, "Dangerous, do not open." We both stared Crystal then read the red sticker out loud, "Dangerous, do not open." We both stared at each other for a moment. I was trying to figure out why a dumb book about power was dangerous — Dominic Tomasi
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Read The Book Sayings By Allan Kardec: Prayer is always acceptable to God when dictated by the heart, for the intention is Prayer is always acceptable to God when dictated by the heart, for the intention is everything in his sight; and the prayer of the heart is preferable to one read from a book, however beautiful it may be, if read with the lips rather than with the thought. — Allan Kardec
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Read The Book Sayings By Jarod Kintz: Sometimes I'll read a book and feel it was written just for me. Then I'll Sometimes I'll read a book and feel it was written just for me. Then I'll flip the book over to look at the cover to see who wrote it, only to discover that it feels like it was written for me because it was written by me. — Jarod Kintz
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Read The Book Sayings By George Whitefield: God has condescended to become an author, and yet people will not read his writings. God has condescended to become an author, and yet people will not read his writings. There are very few that ever gave this Book of God, the grand charter of salvation, one fair reading through. — George Whitefield
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Read The Book Sayings By Richard Whately: It is quite possible, and not uncommon, to read most laboriously, even so as to It is quite possible, and not uncommon, to read most laboriously, even so as to get by heart the words of a book, without really studying it at all,
that is, without employing the thoughts on the subject. — Richard Whately
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Read The Book Sayings By Jennifer Mathieu: It's like when we read The Diary of Anne Frank in seventh grade, and I It's like when we read The Diary of Anne Frank in seventh grade, and I had the sneaking suspicion that I would have been a Nazi back then because I wouldn't have had the guts to be anything else. Because I would have been too scared to not go along with the majority. Like, I would have been a passive sort of Nazi, but I still would have been a Nazi. I never said anything out loud, of course, but I remember reading that book in Ms. Peterson's class and everyone was all, "Oh, I would've helped Anne. I would have rebelled. I don't understand how people could have allowed this to happen, blah blah blah." I mean, — Jennifer Mathieu
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Read The Book Sayings By Italo Calvino: A person, for example, reads in adulthood a book that is important for him, and A person, for example, reads in adulthood a book that is important for him, and it makes him say, "How could I have lived without reading it!" and also, "What a pity I did not read it in my youth!" Well, these statements do not have much meaning, especially the second, because after he has read that book, his life becomes the life of a person who has read that book, and it is of little importance whether he read it early or late, because now his life before that reading also assumes a form shaped by that reading. — Italo Calvino
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Read The Book Sayings By Lee Smith: I like a book. I like to read for four hours at a stretch. I I like a book. I like to read for four hours at a stretch. I think very few are the young people who are even capable of reading for four hours at a stretch, because it's such a bizarre thing for them to do. I am mourning this. — Lee Smith
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Read The Book Sayings By Jared Leto: As we breathe and live, have a conversation, and you look in someone's eyes, and As we breathe and live, have a conversation, and you look in someone's eyes, and you see a sunset or have an argument or read a book or see a painting or whatever you do, it influences you. And as you live your art, it changes and grows just like you and your soul or whatever you want to call it. For me, it's never-ending, I call it "the organizer of chaos." That's what I do with this and I present it in a way that I dream. So basically, I'm just sharing my dreams with all of you. — Jared Leto
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Read The Book Sayings By David Jeremiah: Scripture is a guide for conduct as well as the source of doctrine. Seven times Scripture is a guide for conduct as well as the source of doctrine. Seven times in the book of Revelation we read this phrase: "He who has an ear, let him hear" (2:7, 11, 17, 29; 3:6, 13, 22). What we read in this book should govern our conduct. — David Jeremiah
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Read The Book Sayings By Grover Norquist: Home schoolers do not wish to force other parents to home school. Gun owners do Home schoolers do not wish to force other parents to home school. Gun owners do not insist that others buy guns, or that hunting be promoted as an alternative lifestyle. It is not the National Rifle Association out lobbying to have government schools read books entitled 'Heather Has Two Hunters' to preschoolers. It is, in fact, the Left that now strives to use state power to impose its morality by forcing all taxpayers to pay for abortions and public "art" that mocks people of faith. It is the Left that forces parents to pay for government schools where they do not wish to send their children. — Grover Norquist
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Read The Book Sayings By Tessa Dare: It's a ridiculous book, filled with wicked fantasies and silly notions and improbable romance. But It's a ridiculous book, filled with wicked fantasies and silly notions and improbable romance. But you ought to read the rest, just the same.'
'Why?'
'Because it has a happy ending. — Tessa Dare
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Read The Book Sayings By Book Of Eli Movie: Solara: Do you really read the same book everyday?Eli: Without fail. Solara: Do you really read the same book everyday?
Eli: Without fail. — Book Of Eli Movie
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Read The Book Sayings By Ambrose Bierce: REVIEW, v.t. To set your wisdom (holding not a doubt of it./ Although in truth REVIEW, v.t. To set your wisdom (holding not a doubt of it./ Although in truth there's neither bone nor skin to it)/ At work upon a book, and so read out of it/ The qualities that you have first read into it. — Ambrose Bierce
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Read The Book Sayings By Daniel Franklin: Finally, gatekeepers still matter. Technology makes it easier for people to listen to any kind Finally, gatekeepers still matter. Technology makes it easier for people to listen to any kind of music they like, but digital availability and ubiquity are steering them increasingly to the biggest hits, not the niches. Bloggers and podcasters and tweeters have shaken up purveyors of news, but not replaced them. Book publishers, art dealers and film producers will still play the biggest role in what gets bought, read, contemplated and listened to. — Daniel Franklin
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Read The Book Sayings By Charles Bonnaire: Trying to have your first book read when you're a perfect stranger feels like waving Trying to have your first book read when you're a perfect stranger feels like waving at people, in a dark room, when everyone is looking the opposite direction!
Painfully frustrating!!! — Charles Bonnaire
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Read The Book Sayings By Neil Gaiman: There are nonreaders, of course. I knew a man in his nineties who, when he There are nonreaders, of course. I knew a man in his nineties who, when he learned that I was a writer, admitted to me that he had tried to read a book, once, long before I was born, but he had been unable to see the point of it, and had never tried again. I asked him if he remembered the name of the book, and he told me, in the manner of someone who tried to eat a snail once and did not care for it, and who does not need to remember the breed of the snail, that one was much like another, surely. — Neil Gaiman
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Read The Book Sayings By Chris Pine: I definitely have a spiritual outlook. I don't usually read self-help books, but I read I definitely have a spiritual outlook. I don't usually read self-help books, but I read a great book by a guy called Wayne Dyer, The Power of Intention, which I loved. I'm not a religious guy, in fact I'm probably agnostic but I thought what this writer had to say was really powerful. — Chris Pine
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Read The Book Sayings By Peter James: I get asked to read new works a lot, in the hope that I will I get asked to read new works a lot, in the hope that I will give a quotation and I will only give a 'puff' for a book I truly love. — Peter James
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Read The Book Sayings By J.R.R. Tolkien: It is usually assumed that children are the natural or the specially appropriate audience for It is usually assumed that children are the natural or the specially appropriate audience for fairy-stories. In describing a fairy-story which they think adults might possibly read for their own entertainment, reviewers frequently indulge in such waggeries as: "this book is for children from the ages of six to sixty." But I have never yet seen the puff of a new motor-model that began thus: "this toy will amuse infants from seventeen to seventy"; though that to my mind would be much more appropriate. Is there any essential connexion between children and fairy-stories? Is there any call for comment, if an adult reads them for himself? Reads them as tales, that is, not studies them as curios. Adults are allowed to collect and study anything, even old theatre programmes or paper bags. — J.R.R. Tolkien
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Read The Book Sayings By Nikki Sixx: I'm finding that people reading the book [ The Heroin Diaries: A Year In The I'm finding that people reading the book [ The Heroin Diaries: A Year In The Life Of A Shattered Rock Star] are saying, "You came from one background, I came from this background - you were a rock star, I was a CEO. I didn't have a heroin/coke problem, but I had a pill problem. But I also fell from grace, didn't know how to get recovery, and I am now in recovery." People tell me that their kids read it and told them they'll never do drugs - "This book really shows me where it goes." — Nikki Sixx
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Read The Book Sayings By Unknown: I used to be that person who read two 400-page books a week. Now I I used to be that person who read two 400-page books a week. Now I carry around a book with me everywhere I go to try to remember what it feels like to feel that connection within the pages because I can't concentrate to read further than a paragraph, or remember it, for that matter. Every time I see someone engrossed in a novel, it's bittersweet, because I miss what it is like to get lost in the written word. I just want to be able to read like that again. — Unknown
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Read The Book Sayings By John Fante: I went to the library. I looked at the magazines, at the pictures in them. I went to the library. I looked at the magazines, at the pictures in them. One day I went to the bookshelves, and pulled out a book. It was Winesburg, Ohio.. I sat at a long mahogany table and began to read. All at once my world turned over. The sky fell in. The book held me. The tears came. My heart beat fast. I read until my eyes burned. I took the book home. I read another Anderson. I read and I read, and I was heartsick and lonely and in love with a book, many books, until it came naturally, and I sat there with a pencil and a long tablet, and tried to write, until I felt I could not go on because the words would not come as they did in Anderson, they only came like drops of blood from my heart. — John Fante
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Read The Book Sayings By Andrew Graham-Dixon: The edge of a painting is its frontier ... where the artist negotiates his boundaries The edge of a painting is its frontier ... where the artist negotiates his boundaries with the real world ... where art begins and ends and where the eye enters and leaves the image. It determines, in an infinitely subtle number of ways, how you read a painting - which, unlike a book or a piece of music, has no pre-determined beginning or end. — Andrew Graham-Dixon
Read The Book Sayings By Isabel Allende: When I'm scared - and I'm always scared when I have to face an audience, When I'm scared - and I'm always scared when I have to face an audience, when I have to read a review, when I publish a book ... then, I think of my grandfather. My grandfather was this strong, tough Basque who would never bend ... What would he do? Well, he would go ahead, close his eyes, and drive forward. You do it and the spirit that is within you ... is there. — Isabel Allende
Read The Book Sayings By Debora L. Spar: I was in a book group in 1973," she recounted. "We read The Feminine Mystique I was in a book group in 1973," she recounted. "We read The Feminine Mystique one week, and the next week everyone went out and got a job. The book group never met again. — Debora L. Spar
Read The Book Sayings By Gabourey Sidibe: I've grown up with girls that are like Precious. I've grown up with people that I've grown up with girls that are like Precious. I've grown up with people that are like everyone that I read about in that book. And so years later, when I was given the role, I just felt a huge responsibility to show the reality of that situation and to show that we're not making it up. — Gabourey Sidibe
Read The Book Sayings By Marcel Proust: In the sort of screen dappled with different states of mind which my consciousness would In the sort of screen dappled with different states of mind which my consciousness would simultaneously unfold while I read, and which ranged from the aspirations hidden deepest within me to the completely exterior vision of the horizon which I had, at the bottom of the garden, before my eyes, what was first in me, innermost, the constantly moving handle that controlled the rest, was my belief in the philosophical richness and beauty of the book I was reading, and my desire to appropriate them for myself, whatever that book might be. — Marcel Proust
Read The Book Sayings By Salman Rushdie: But then the subject turned to the spiritual life and Meg talked about her many But then the subject turned to the spiritual life and Meg talked about her many visits to ashrams in India and her admiration for Swami Muktananda and Gurumayi. That got in the way, especially because he told her of his skepticism regarding the guru industry, and suggested she might profitably read Gita Mehta's book Karma Cola. "Why are you so cynical?" she asked him, as if she genuinely wanted to know the answer, and he said that if you grew up in India it was easy to conclude that these people were fakes. "Yes, of course there are lots of charlatans," she said, reasonably, "but can't you discriminate?" He shook his head sadly. "No," he said. "No, I can't." That was the end of their chat. — Salman Rushdie
Read The Book Sayings By Katy Perry: I'm scared. I'm excited. I'm ready for whatever happens but I think that fame is I'm scared. I'm excited. I'm ready for whatever happens but I think that fame is what comes along with the territory when you open yourself up and become this story, this book for anyone to read. — Katy Perry
Read The Book Sayings By Rupert Grint: I was the biggest Harry Potter fan. I read all the books. Ron was always I was the biggest Harry Potter fan. I read all the books. Ron was always my favorite character, because I feel like I relate to him, like weve both got red hair, we both like sweets, weve both got lots of brothers and sisters. Ive got one brother and three sisters, and both scared of spiders. — Rupert Grint
Read The Book Sayings By Vladimir Nabokov: There are certain trifles I do not forgive. Not having read the required book. Having There are certain trifles I do not forgive. Not having read the required book. Having read it like an idiot. - John Shade — Vladimir Nabokov
Read The Book Sayings By Pepper Winters: It made him chuckle that I would read a book, that I had a thought It made him chuckle that I would read a book, that I had a thought in my head when all I was good for was a cock in the mouth. — Pepper Winters
Read The Book Sayings By Ayn Rand: If he can give his readers no reason why they should read his book, except If he can give his readers no reason why they should read his book, except that the events happened to him, it is not a valid book. — Ayn Rand
Read The Book Sayings By Lailah Gifty Akita: I would rather be without money than to be without the book I love to I would rather be without money than to be without the book I love to read. — Lailah Gifty Akita
Read The Book Sayings By John Waters: I'm always amazed at friends who say they try to read at night in bed I'm always amazed at friends who say they try to read at night in bed but always end up falling asleep. I have the opposite problem. If a book is good I can't go to sleep, and stay up way past my bedtime, hooked on the writing. Is anything better than waking up after a late-night read and diving right back into the plot before you even get out of bed to brush your teeth? — John Waters
Read The Book Sayings By Jim Gaffigan: You ever talk about a movie with someone that read the book? They're always so You ever talk about a movie with someone that read the book? They're always so condescending. 'Ah, the book was much better than the movie.' Oh really? What I enjoyed about the movie: no reading. — Jim Gaffigan
Read The Book Sayings By Roger Adams: Many thanks for the sending me the book Biology of the Striped Skunk ... Frankly, Many thanks for the sending me the book Biology of the Striped Skunk ... Frankly, I doubt whether I shall read it or not, unless I happen to have some intimate contact with a skunk which may induce me to learn more about him. — Roger Adams
Read The Book Sayings By Tessa Dare: When Maddie prepared for bed behind her screen that night, she emerged to find the When Maddie prepared for bed behind her screen that night, she emerged to find the most terrible sight yet.

"Oh, really, Logan. That just isn't fair."
He looked up from his reclines pose in her bedroom chaise longue, his face partly covered behind a book bound in dark green leather. "What?"

"You're reading Pride and Prejudice?"

He shrugged. "I found it on your bookshelf."
Seeing him read any book was bad enough. But her favorite book? This was sheer torture.

"Just promise me something, please," she said.

"What's that?"

"Just promise me that I'm not going to come out from around this screen one night and find you holding a baby." That seemed the only possibility more devastating to her self-control.

"He chucked. "It doesna seem likely."

"Good. — Tessa Dare
Read The Book Sayings By Frederick Buechner: Preaching and writing - it's the same. Whether I'm writing to speak or writing to Preaching and writing - it's the same. Whether I'm writing to speak or writing to be read in a book, it's the same thing. Y — Frederick Buechner
Read The Book Sayings By Umberto Eco: Most of them won't have a book in the house, though, when they have to, Most of them won't have a book in the house, though, when they have to, they'll talk about the latest book that's selling millions of copies around the world. Our readers may not read books, but they are fascinated by great eccentric painters who sell for billions. — Umberto Eco
Read The Book Sayings By Sherrilyn Kenyon: What's the deal with the bossman?" Urian asked him.Alexion shrugged. "I don't know. He came What's the deal with the bossman?" Urian asked him.
Alexion shrugged. "I don't know. He came in last night with a book, went to his room to read, I suppose, and then he came out here this morning and has been playing ... those songs ever since."
Those songs were ballads, which Acheron never played. God-smack, Sex Pistols, TSOL, Judas Priest, but not ...
"Is that ... " Urian physically cringed before he spat out the name, "Julio Iglesias?"
"Enrique."
Urian grimaced in horror. "I didn't even know he knew any mellow shit. Dear gods ... is he ill?"
"I don't know. In nine thousand years, I've never seen him like this before."
Urian shuddered. "I'm beginning to get scared. This has to be a sign of the Apocalypse. If he breaks out into Air Supply, I say we sneeak up on him, drag him outside and beat the holy shit out of him. — Sherrilyn Kenyon
Read The Book Sayings By Anonymous: These empty pages are your future, soon to become your past. They will read the These empty pages are your future, soon to become your past. They will read the most personal tale you shall ever find in a book. — Anonymous
Read The Book Sayings By Marie Kondo: If you missed your chance to read a particular book, even if it was recommended If you missed your chance to read a particular book, even if it was recommended to you or is one you have been intending to read for ages, this is your chance to let it go. You may have wanted to read it when you bought it, but if you haven't read it by now, the book's purpose was to teach you that you didn't need it. There's no need to finish reading books that you only got halfway through. Their purpose was to be read halfway. So get rid of all those unread books. It — Marie Kondo
Read The Book Sayings By Martha Stewart: Write the book you'd want to read. Write the book you'd want to read. — Martha Stewart
Read The Book Sayings By Rick Riordan: Wow." Percy handed back the book. "Maybe Mars is different than Ares. I don't think Wow." Percy handed back the book. "Maybe Mars is different than Ares. I don't think Ares can read. — Rick Riordan
Read The Book Sayings By Rob Armstrong: Flap books are the second worst book to read to a group. The worst are Flap books are the second worst book to read to a group. The worst are books that play sound effects to go along with the text. The whole time you're reading, the children are squabbling every second over who gets to push the button for the crashing cymbals. With flap books, the big problem is trying to stop the kids from tearing the flap right out of the book. It helps to have tape handy. After — Rob Armstrong
Read The Book Sayings By Joseph Epstein: I am afraid I am one of those people who continues to read in the I am afraid I am one of those people who continues to read in the hope of sometime discovering in a book a single - and singular - piece of wisdom so penetrating, so soul stirring, so utterly applicable to my own life as to make all the bad books I have read seem well worth the countless hours spent on them. My guess is that this wisdom, if it ever arrives, will do so in the form of a generalization. — Joseph Epstein
Read The Book Sayings By Corey Taylor: When I write a book ... it's the same essential approach to music as with When I write a book ... it's the same essential approach to music as with books. It has to be something I want to hear or read. Hopefully the audience comes along, since that's the only way you can write righteously. I have to ask, 'What do I want to hear?' not 'What do people want to hear?' — Corey Taylor
Read The Book Sayings By Ryszard Kapuscinski: Pack the one bag. Unpack it, pack it, unpack it, pack it: passeport, ticket, book, Pack the one bag. Unpack it, pack it, unpack it, pack it: passeport, ticket, book, taxi, airport, check-in, beer, announcement, stairs, airplane, fasten seat-belt, air born, flight, rocking, sun, stars, space, hips of strolling stewardesses, read, sleep, clouds, falling engine speed, descent, circling, touch down, earth, unfasten seat-belt, stairs, airport, immunization book, visa, customs, questions, taxi, streets, houses, people, hotel, key, room, stuffiness, thirst, otherness, foreignness, loneliness, fatigue, life. — Ryszard Kapuscinski
Read The Book Sayings By Hal Cannon: This poetry is utilitarian - heavy-duty, industrial strength poetry. It is meant to be read This poetry is utilitarian - heavy-duty, industrial strength poetry. It is meant to be read aloud and, even better, memorized and recited. It is best used in the natural world where there are starlit skies, the warmth of blazing fires, and sounds and sights of open expanse. This book is meant to be carried with you in the glove box of a pickup truck, the back pocket of a worn pair of pants, even a saddlebag. It is not made to take up space on a library shelf, squeezed between other unread volumes. Take it along; you never know when the opportunity will be just right. Nothing pleases more than to see copies of the book twice as thick as the original from continued page turning, with turned-down corners marking favorite poems, or the whole shape curved to match the owner's posterior. — Hal Cannon
Read The Book Sayings By Bill Vaughan: Do not believe a thing because you read it in a book! Do not believe Do not believe a thing because you read it in a book! Do not believe a thing because another has said it so! Find out the truth for yourself. — Bill Vaughan
Read The Book Sayings By Henry Giroux: The new illiteracy is about more than not knowing how to read the book or The new illiteracy is about more than not knowing how to read the book or the word; it is about not knowing how to read the world ... — Henry Giroux
Read The Book Sayings By Anonymous: Narrators can make or break your audiobook experience. Make sure your read first. always remember Narrators can make or break your audiobook experience. Make sure your read first. always remember who's voice you can stand and try to stick to these people other wise your will end up hating the book. 50shades worst narrator ever. wined the whole book. enjoyed it much more in my head — Anonymous
Read The Book Sayings By D.R. Slaten: This is the explanation I used to have on the site before my page got This is the explanation I used to have on the site before my page got turned into an author's page.

Don't get butt hurt if I give you a 2 or 3 star rating. That means your book was good. I give very few 4 star ratings cause that means your book is gonna be a reread for me. I don't reread a lot of books. I think I gave less than a handful of 5 stars. 5 stars means that I think the book is a GREAT GREAT. Like a classic that will still be read in a 100 years, at least if I were alive it would be.

As you can see I don't buy into the hoopla that everybody is great. It's not true. Most are average. Some suck. Some are great. If you want a visual go google bell curve.

Life has winners and losers. Not everyone deserves a gold star. Suck it up. — D.R. Slaten
Read The Book Sayings By Daniel Jose Older: Octavia and Walter and Junot were speaking a language I'd heard all around me on Octavia and Walter and Junot were speaking a language I'd heard all around me on the street but never read on the page, certainly not in the context of stories about aliens, detectives, or supernerds. This was a new mythology; it was permission. I'd always known I could get lost in a book; now I knew I could be found in one too. I — Daniel Jose Older
Read The Book Sayings By Jules Renard: Those moments when you feel you want to read something truly beautiful. The eyes make Those moments when you feel you want to read something truly beautiful. The eyes make a tour of the library, and there is nothing. Then you decide to take no matter what, and it is full of beautiful things. — Jules Renard
Read The Book Sayings By Michael Chabon: I saw a lot of lousy movies and watched a ton of crappy television and I saw a lot of lousy movies and watched a ton of crappy television and read a bunch of utterly forgettable books and comics and listened to hours of junk music as a kid. And I'm still drawing profitably in my own art on some of the tawdry treasure I stored up in those years. — Michael Chabon
Read The Book Sayings By Evan Rachel Wood: You just knew you were in great hands with somebody so talented, so bright and You just knew you were in great hands with somebody so talented, so bright and with such depth. We both [with Ellen Page] loved the script and the book [Into the Forest], which I read after I read the script, and highlighted it and dog-eared it to craziness. — Evan Rachel Wood
Read The Book Sayings By Kytka Hilmar-Jezek: Experts tend to be busy and hyper organized. They want to help you, but the Experts tend to be busy and hyper organized. They want to help you, but the easier you make it for them, the better. They most likely do not have time to read your entire book or try out your 12 hour course, so summarize and highlight the strong points for them. Give them specific guidelines to make it very easy on their part. — Kytka Hilmar-Jezek
Read The Book Sayings By Emilie Autumn: You're so easy to read but the book is boring me. You're so easy to read but the book is boring me. — Emilie Autumn
Read The Book Sayings By Dawn Angelique: I've always loved literature, and the best books I read were always trilogies. I've always loved literature, and the best books I read were always trilogies. — Dawn Angelique
Read The Book Sayings By Brandon Sanderson: I will not read the last page of novels first," I said, and then punched I will not read the last page of novels first," I said, and then punched myself in the face.
"I promise, I'll never again read the last page of novels first," I said, then smacked myself on the head with a book.
"I really, really, really regret reading the last page of this novel first!"
(This page is, of course, here for those of you who skip to the end of the book first. Naughty, naughty! Fortunately, you're acting out the book like you're supposed to, right? Well, let that be a lesson to you.) — Brandon Sanderson
Read The Book Sayings By Clint Eastwood: I read every book there was on jazz, about the original players - King Oliver, I read every book there was on jazz, about the original players - King Oliver, Buddy Bolden and all those groups. At one time I was fairly well schooled in that ... I could tell you who played where and when, historically, way before my time. — Clint Eastwood
Read The Book Sayings By Anonymous: When you read a line that is just so well-written you just close the book When you read a line that is just so well-written you just close the book and stare at the wall for a minute. — Anonymous
Read The Book Sayings By Tarryn Fisher: No one wants to carry someone when they're heavy from life. I read a book No one wants to carry someone when they're heavy from life. I read a book about that once. A bunch of drivel about two people who kept coming back to each other. The lead male says that to the girl he keeps letting get away. I had to put the book down. No one wants to carry someone when they're heavy from life. It's a concept smart authors feed to their readers. It's slow poison; you make them believe it's real, and it keeps them coming back for more. Love is cocaine. — Tarryn Fisher
Read The Book Sayings By Susan Cain: Introverts feel "just right" with less stimulation, as when they sip wine with a close Introverts feel "just right" with less stimulation, as when they sip wine with a close friend, solve a crossword puzzle, or read a book. Extroverts enjoy the extra bang that comes from activities like meeting new people, skiing slippery slopes, and cranking up the stereo. — Susan Cain
Read The Book Sayings By Nicholas Boothman: Just as with swimming or riding a bike, you can't really learn how to fall Just as with swimming or riding a bike, you can't really learn how to fall in love from reading a book not even this one. Sure you can read about the different swimming strokes or the parts of a bicycle; you can learn the theory and physics behind the sport. But to get to the heart of the matter you've got to leap in and learn by doing. — Nicholas Boothman
Read The Book Sayings By Matthew Perry: So I'm reading a book on my new iPad, but can't the iPad read it So I'm reading a book on my new iPad, but can't the iPad read it for me? Do I have to do everything? — Matthew Perry
Read The Book Sayings By Sarah MacLean: To be honest, I thought it was similar to animal husbandry."Sally's tone turned dry. "Sometimes, To be honest, I thought it was similar to animal husbandry."
Sally's tone turned dry. "Sometimes, my lady I'm afraid it isn't that different."
Pippa paused, considering the ords. "Is that so?"
"Men are uncomplicated, generally," Sally said, all too sage. "They're beasts when they want to be."
"Brute ones!"
"Ah, so you understand."
Pippa tilted her head to one side. "I've read about them."
Sally nodded. "Erotic texts?"
"The book of Common Prayer ... — Sarah MacLean
Read The Book Sayings By Paul O. Zelinsky: In its jolly mission to expose the dark underbelly of the children's book world, Wild In its jolly mission to expose the dark underbelly of the children's book world, Wild Things! turns up stories I've been hearing noised about for ages, but with a lot more detail and authenticity. The stories may not be quite as sordid as my own imagination had conjured up - although a few of them are - because there's no denying that this field is full of mostly nice people! - but it's all fun and a great read for anyone interested in both children's books and the collection of people who make them. — Paul O. Zelinsky
Read The Book Sayings By Josh Radnor: I think that the mark of a great book is that it will meet you I think that the mark of a great book is that it will meet you wherever you're at and you'll feel and experience something new and different each time you read it. — Josh Radnor
Read The Book Sayings By Henry David Thoreau: It would be worth the while to select our reading, for books are the society It would be worth the while to select our reading, for books are the society we keep; to read only the serenely true; never statistics, nor fiction, nor news, nor reports, nor periodicals, but only great poems, and when they failed, read them again, or perchance write more. Instead of other sacrifice, we might offer up our perfect (teleia) thoughts to the gods daily, in hymns or psalms. For we should be at the helm at least once a day. — Henry David Thoreau
Read The Book Sayings By Timothy Dalton: 'Gone With The Wind' is one of the all-time greats. Read Margaret Mitchell's book and 'Gone With The Wind' is one of the all-time greats. Read Margaret Mitchell's book and watch the film again; it's a soap opera in all its glory. It is superb and memorable. — Timothy Dalton
Read The Book Sayings By Aldous Huxley: The boys still sang their horrible song about Linda. Sometimes, too, they laughed at him The boys still sang their horrible song about Linda. Sometimes, too, they laughed at him for being so ragged. When he tore his clothes, Linda did not know how to mend them. In the Other Place, she told him, people threw away clothes with holes in them and got new ones. "Rags, rags!" the boys used to shout at him. "But I can read," he said to himself, "and they can't. They don't even know what reading is." It was fairly easy, if he thought hard enough about the reading, to pretend that he didn't mind when they made fun of him. He asked Linda to give him the book again.
The more the boys pointed and sang, the harder he read. — Aldous Huxley
Read The Book Sayings By Kenneth Patchen: The rest of the letters were pretty much the same as I got every day The rest of the letters were pretty much the same as I got every day now. Two hundred and forty-six proposals, a number of them for marriage. Almost five hundred photographs taken in various stages of undress, the majority in the last. Several invitations to strange places where they wring the necks of chickens and take turns beating each other with whips, etc. (In case any of these correspondents may chance to read my book, I'd like to just say this to them: Doubtless you are sincere in what you do, but it does strike me that more useful pursuits could be found for grown people to spend their time at.) — Kenneth Patchen
Read The Book Sayings By Terry Pratchett: I read every book I could find. I picked up stuff like a Hoover, and I read every book I could find. I picked up stuff like a Hoover, and remembered it out of the sheer joy of finding out that the universe is stuffed with interest. — Terry Pratchett
Read The Book Sayings By Marlon James: Or just claim it come from Leviticus since nobody ever read Leviticus. This is how Or just claim it come from Leviticus since nobody ever read Leviticus. This is how you know. Nobody who get to the end of Leviticus can still take that book seriously. Even in a book full of it, that book is mad as shit. Don't lie with man as with woman, sure I can run with that reasoning. But don't eat crab? Not even with the nice, soft, sweet roast yam? And why kill a man for that? And trust me, the last thing any man who rape my daughter going to get to do is marry her. How, when I slice him up piece by piece, keeping him alive for all of it and have him watch me feed him foot to stray dog? — Marlon James
Read The Book Sayings By Trisha Wolfe: Isn't he beautiful? Hadley says longingly.Yes, I think, but not in the way she obviously Isn't he beautiful? Hadley says longingly.
Yes, I think, but not in the way she obviously sees him. He's beautiful in the way the apple in the banned book my father read to me ages ago was beautiful to the princess.
Tempting but deadly. — Trisha Wolfe
Read The Book Sayings By Lois Lowry: I tend not to think about audience when I'm writing. Many people who read 'The I tend not to think about audience when I'm writing. Many people who read 'The Giver' now have their own kids who are reading it. Even from the beginning, the book attracted an audience beyond a child audience. — Lois Lowry
Read The Book Sayings By Henry David Thoreau: The New Testament is an invaluable book, though I confess to having been slightly prejudiced The New Testament is an invaluable book, though I confess to having been slightly prejudiced against it in my very early days by the church and the Sabbath-school, so that it seemed, before I read it, to be the yellowest book in the catalogue. Yet I early escaped from their meshes. It is hard to get the commentaries out of one's head and taste its true flavor ... It would be a poor story to be prejudiced against the Life of Christ because the book has been edited by Christians. In fact, I love this book rarely, though it is a sort of castle in the air to me, which I am permitted to dream. — Henry David Thoreau
Read The Book Sayings By Daniel Webster: This is the Book. I have read the Bible through many times, and now make This is the Book. I have read the Bible through many times, and now make it a practice to read it through once every year. It is a book of all others for lawyers, as well as divines; and I pity the man who cannot find in it a rich supply of thought and of rules for conduct. It fits man for life
it prepares him for death. — Daniel Webster
Read The Book Sayings By William Dean Howells: The book which you read from a sense of duty, or because for any reason The book which you read from a sense of duty, or because for any reason you must, does not commonly make friends with you. — William Dean Howells
Read The Book Sayings By Gary Paulsen: Name the book that made the biggest impression on you. I bet you read it Name the book that made the biggest impression on you. I bet you read it before you hit puberty. In the time I've got left, I intend to write artistic books - for kids - because they're still open to new ideas. — Gary Paulsen
Read The Book Sayings By Albert-Laszlo Barabasi: Open the "book of life" and you will see a "text" of about 3 billion Open the "book of life" and you will see a "text" of about 3 billion letters, filling about 10,000 copies of the new York Times Sunday edition. Each line looks something like this:
TCTAGAAACA ATTGCCATTG TTTCTTCTCA TTTTCTTTTC ACGGGCAGCC
These letters, abbreviations of the molecules making up the DNA, could easily mean that the anonymous donor whose genome has been sequenced will be bald by the age of fifty. Or they could reveal that he will develop Alzheimer's disease by seventy. We are repeatedly told that everything from our personality to future medical history is encoded in this book. Can you read it? I doubt it. Let me share a secret with you: Neither can biologists or doctors. — Albert-Laszlo Barabasi
Read The Book Sayings By Gabriel Garcia Marquez: One night a friend lent me a book of short stories by Franz Kafka. I One night a friend lent me a book of short stories by Franz Kafka. I went back to the pension where I was staying and began to read The Metamorphosis. The first line almost knocked me off the bed. I was so surprised. The first line reads, "As Gregor Samsa awoke that morning from uneasy dreams, he found himself transformed in his bed into a gigantic insect ... " When I read the line I thought to myself that I didn't know anyone was allowed to write things like that. If I had known, I would have started writing a long time ago. So I immediately started writing short stories. — Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Read The Book Sayings By Robert Green Ingersoll: All that is necessary, as it seems to me, to convince any reasonable person that All that is necessary, as it seems to me, to convince any reasonable person that the Bible is simply and purely of human invention - of barbarian invention - is to read it. Read it as you would any other book; think of it as you would of any other; get the bandage of reverence from your eyes; drive from your heart the phantom of fear; push from the throne of your brain the cowled form of superstition - then read the Holy Bible, and you will be amazed that you ever, for one moment, supposed a being of infinite wisdom, goodness and purity, to be the author of such ignorance and of such atrocity. — Robert Green Ingersoll
Read The Book Sayings By Arthur Conan Doyle: Have you read Gaboriau's works?" I asked."Does Lecoq come up to your idea of a Have you read Gaboriau's works?" I asked.
"Does Lecoq come up to your idea of a detective?"
Sherlock Holmes sniffed sardonically. "Lecoq
was a miserable bungler," he said, in an angry
voice; "he had only one thing to recommend him, and that was his energy. That book made me positively ill. The question was how to identify an unknown prisoner. I could have done it in twenty four hours. Lecoq took six months or so. It might be made a text-book for detectives to teach them what to avoid. — Arthur Conan Doyle
Read The Book Sayings By Larry Winget: I've read over 4,000 books in the last 20+ years. I don't know anybody who's I've read over 4,000 books in the last 20+ years. I don't know anybody who's read more books than I have. I read all the time. I read very, very fast. People say, "Larry, it's statistically impossible for you to have read that many books." — Larry Winget
Read The Book Sayings By Seanan McGuire: A lot of people have read the Mira Grant books who are not urban fantasy A lot of people have read the Mira Grant books who are not urban fantasy readers, and they would never have picked up a book with an urban fantasist's name on the cover, but then they go on to read my urban fantasy and like it. — Seanan McGuire
Read The Book Sayings By Herbert: I don't listen to a huge amount of music generally. Partly because you've sat in I don't listen to a huge amount of music generally. Partly because you've sat in a studio for 10 hours and then when you come home you just want to read a book, and listen to the sound of your central heating system. — Herbert
Read The Book Sayings By Mickey Spillane: I dont like any of them, because they don't read the books. In Kiss Me I dont like any of them, because they don't read the books. In Kiss Me Deadly my story is better than his story. Anthony Quinn played in The Lond Wait and he didn't read the book either. — Mickey Spillane
Read The Book Sayings By Roald Dahl: Did you know", Matilda said suddenly, "that the heart of a mouse beats at the Did you know", Matilda said suddenly, "that the heart of a mouse beats at the rate of six hundred and fifty times a second?"
I did not," Miss Honey said smiling. "How absolutely fascinating. Where did you read that?"
In a book from the library," Matilda said. "And that means it goes so fast that you can't even hear the separate beats. It must sound like a buzz."
It must," Miss Honey said. — Roald Dahl
Read The Book Sayings By Steven Pressfield: I was thirty years old before I had an actual thought. Everything up till then I was thirty years old before I had an actual thought. Everything up till then was either what Buddhists call "monkey-mind" chatter or the reflexive regurgitation of whatever my parents or teachers said, or whatever I saw on the news or read in a book, or heard somebody rap about, hanging around the street corner. — Steven Pressfield
Read The Book Sayings By Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn: It is astonishing that Communism has been writing about itself in the most open way, It is astonishing that Communism has been writing about itself in the most open way, in black and white, for 125 years, and even more openly, more candidly in the beginning. The [book:Communist Manifesto|30474, for instance, which everyone knows by name and which almost no one takes the trouble to read, contains even more terrible things than what has actually been done. It is perfectly amazing. The whole world can read, everyone is literate, yet somehow no one wants to understand. Humanity acts as if it does not understand what Communism is, as if it does not want to understand, is not capable of understanding. — Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
Read The Book Sayings By David McCullough: Read. Read. Read. Read. Read great books. Read poetry, history, biography. Read the novels that Read. Read. Read. Read. Read great books. Read poetry, history, biography. Read the novels that have stood the test of time. And read closely. — David McCullough
Read The Book Sayings By John Grisham: Just started the new John Grisham book, "The Litigators" and so far it's a pretty Just started the new John Grisham book, "The Litigators" and so far it's a pretty good story.
I've always been a John Grisham fan and have read almost everything he has written with the exception of maybe only 2 books. — John Grisham