Arts and Entertainment, gen y, generation y, Literature, Millennial
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Book Review: All The Bright Places.

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"It's not what you take, it's what you leave." | Photo by Butter My Books. “It’s not what you take, it’s what you leave.” – Finch. | Photo by Butter My Books.

Back in my heydays, I knew what books I wanted to read. Science fiction and fantasy, but mostly fantasy. Magic and sorcery, elves, invincible and swashbuckling heroes, horses and archers penetrating the dark throne rooms of Middle Earth. Yeah, all that jazz. I knew what I wanted to read so I knew which books to buy when I went to Border’s.

These days, everyone is a Nobel Prize winner and everything is a bestseller. You never know who to trust, and you never know which book actually made it into the Top 10 List. Instead of spending endless time browsing the shelves of a bookstore, I registered for an account with Tumblr. More so I could share and spread the love of books and coffee (and photography, at one point) but I…

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