Book Review: At Home With Books

Edge Induced Cohesion

At Home With Books:  How Booklovers Live With And Care For Their Libraries, by Estelle Ellis, Caroline Seebohm, and Christopher Simon Sykes

I will be the first to admit that I read books sometimes as aspirational reading.  As someone who greatly loves books and has far too many of them, this sort of book presents where I would like to be in the future.  As a book that combines a love of books with interior design [1], this volume has a lot to offer to readers.  It also has a fairly obvious audience–namely people who love books and who are intrigued about how best to live with them and, if they are more showy and less private than some of us, show them off to others.  As someone who is interested in both interior design and in books, although I do not consider myself particularly proficient in that part of…

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