Magic In Books — Quotations




“Books are a uniquely portable magic.”

                                                                 Stephen King



“I don’t believe in the kind of magic in my books. But I do believe something very magical can happen when you read a good book.”

                                                                 J. K. Rowling


“The magic is only in what books say, how they stitched the patches of the universe together into one garment for us.”

                                                                Ray Bradbury

47 thoughts on “Magic In Books — Quotations

  1. Just finished reading “Past Tense”,Lee Child’s latest Jack Reacher novel. I found it very disappointing and very generic,it was the worst of the series so far. I think its a great example of rushing to meet a deadline and one writing just to be writing.

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  2. Books are magical, and books were invented as well. Inventions are the result, often times, to solve a problem, and also by accident. For instance, churning butter was by accident, a very long time ago by churning left over unusable thickened day old cream from milk that couldn’t be used in any other way and to preserve what could be eaten in winter. It was like lard but made from milk cream, and I love butter. So, glad that some very smart milkmaid, often very hungry, utilized all leftover food products to take home to their hungry family. In those days, every part of an animal, like a cow, was utilized for food, leather, twine, needles, clothing, and more…

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