I want to start a new weekly feature on Lost in Books where readers get to share their opinions on different literary topics and ideas. I can't seem to come up with a good name for it, but if you have an idea, please share it with me!
Today I want to ask your opinion on this quote:
What are your thoughts? Do you think a book is better if you want to re-read it? Or do you think books you only read once also have some value? For instance, how many people do you know are going to re-read Crime and Punishment? However, many people re-read writers such as Stephanie Meyers or Nicholas Sparks (just for example) because they are easy reads. My favorite books, however, will probably be re-read at some point in my life, and one I already did re-read.
So, what do you think? How important is reading a book over and over again? Share in the comments below, and if you have an idea for this weekly post please share that, too! I've got nothing.