A World Without Books

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Joseph DiCristofano By Benediction Completed
A little guest post I wrote for a blog.
Bravo and well said sir. I remember our primary school teacher reading The Last Battle to us over several weeks and I loved it. Being able to disappear into a different world via the pages of a good book is one of life's great pleasures and, along with music, form the greatest of escapes from life, the universe and everything (reality rather than Douglas Adams who should never be escaped from).
Bravo and well said sir. I remember our primary school teacher reading The Last Battle to us over several weeks and I loved it. Being able to disappear into a different world via the pages of a good book is one of life's great pleasures and, along with music, form the greatest of escapes from life, the universe and everything (reality rather than Douglas Adams who should never be escaped from).
Bravo and well said sir. I remember our primary school teacher reading The Last Battle to us over several weeks and I loved it. Being able to disappear into a different world via the pages of a good book is one of life's great pleasures and, along with music, form the greatest of escapes from life, the universe and everything (reality rather than Douglas Adams who should never be escaped from).
Bravo and well said sir. I remember our primary school teacher reading The Last Battle to us over several weeks and I loved it. Being able to disappear into a different world via the pages of a good book is one of life's great pleasures and, along with music, form the greatest of escapes from life, the universe and everything (reality rather than Douglas Adams who should never be escaped from).
Bravo and well said sir. I remember our primary school teacher reading The Last Battle to us over several weeks and I loved it. Being able to disappear into a different world via the pages of a good book is one of life's great pleasures and, along with music, form the greatest of escapes from life, the universe and everything (reality rather than Douglas Adams who should never be escaped from).
Bravo and well said sir. I remember our primary school teacher reading The Last Battle to us over several weeks and I loved it. Being able to disappear into a different world via the pages of a good book is one of life's great pleasures and, along with music, form the greatest of escapes from life, the universe and everything (reality rather than Douglas Adams who should never be escaped from).