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Waterproof Books Could Become a Reality With New Bibliobath Kickstarter Campaign, And It Would Change Everything About Summer Reading Forever
Waterproof Books Could Become a Reality With New Bibliobath Kickstarter Campaign, And It Would Change Everything About Summer Reading Forever
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Waterproof Books Could Become a Reality With New Bibliobath Kickstarter Campaign, And It Would Change Everything About Summer Reading Forever

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You would never risk your beloved, worn copy of your favorite book by taking it into the bath. One false move and you have a bath full of ink and sopping wet paper.... [ ]
I have been reading Gravity's Rainbow for around a year now, and it's enjoyable if difficult. I spent most of the time not understanding what's going on and then bursting out laughing at an absurd line. For those who have read it, what was your experience
I have been reading Gravity's Rainbow for around a year now, and it's enjoyable if difficult. I spent most of the time not understanding what's going on and then bursting out laughing at an absurd line. For those who have read it, what was your experience
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I have been reading Gravity's Rainbow for around a year now, and it's enjoyable if difficult. I spent most of the time not understanding what's going on and then bursting out laughing at an absurd line. For those who have read it, what was your experience

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I read it out of curiosity. English isn"t my first language and there's an extremely wide vocabulary, but even if I had read it in French I think... [ ]
Would you guys agree that if someone was just looking to get smarter on a wide range of subjects, books aren't the best/fastest way to do it? • /r/books
Would you guys agree that if someone was just looking to get smarter on a wide range of subjects, books aren't the best/fastest way to do it? • /r/books
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Would you guys agree that if someone was just looking to get smarter on a wide range of subjects, books aren't the best/fastest way to do it? • /r/books

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I would imagine documentaries to be most efficient. Do you think there is any other medium? Or do you believe books are still the best? [ ]