Is That An Illness?

I’ve had a wonderful time today – reading my favorite book for most of the day.

I love reading but – BUT! – I might just not be a usual reader.

Because I don’t like reading books… I love reading ONE book.

Over and over, again and again.

The book being called ‘Catch 22’.

I love its structure and humor and I love how it shows you the most important and very serious things through its witty irony.

Not only it is my favorite book, it’s also my precious textbook – I learn and laugh so much each time I read it.

Do you think it is an illness to read one book again and again?

Or is that an obsession?

Does it have a name?

Should I be called a mono-booko-holic?

Or a ‘pathologically loyal reader?

And can that be treated?

I really would like to know…
 
 

5 thoughts on “Is That An Illness?

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    amy says:

    Thanks for your comment on my blog! I really liked Catch 22 too. Definitely trying your Strawberry yogurt popsicles!

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    I’m kinda the same way with Catcher in the Rye. I’ve read that book over and over and over and I still am just as in love with it as I was the first time I read it 13 years ago. I think I’ll give Catch 22 a try… 🙂

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    Joy says:

    I have never been one to re-read a book. I’m not sure why. Probably for the same reason I do not like to watch movies over and over again. I find that my biggest problem is with reading MULTIPLE books at one time and never finishing ANY of them! And now with owning an e-reader, I also find that I buy a ton of books and then never seem to make the time to read them. But I see nothing wrong with reading ONE book multiple times. 🙂 I think it’s great that you are able to still obtain new insight and perspective from what the book has to offer each time you sit down and read it. =)

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    Aaron says:

    “Johnathan Livingston Seagull” by: Richard Bach. Short, simple, wonderful. Reminds me that it’s o.k. to be me, and to never settle.

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