How does your brain react to a book you like?

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Thread Topic: How does your brain react to a book you like?

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    dragonsfire Novice
    Here.
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    I started saying by the by alot after reading Alice in wonderland and I have an obsession with tea and tea parties. I also started sitting like l after reading the manga deathnote l is one of the characters in the manga and he sits really weird I also started acting goofy and random after a quarter of a year with my friends
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    dragonsfire Novice
    The thing is, my thing keeps on going until I read another book that I really like.
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    My thing continues Even after I read a better book
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    dragonsfire Novice
    Well, sometimes the habit of one character doesn't go with the habit of another character, so my brain just goes to the next one.
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    My mind has tiny spots that keep character traits like the Superior act of winter from wings of fire for example
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    dragonsfire Novice
    Same. It's weird.
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    Keyboard Novice
    I read Harry Potter (all them except the last book, because the 6th one was enough for me) and my mind has tiny spots that keep character like Ginny Weasley and Hermione Granger.
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    I don't know, but I just freaking love reading so freaking much

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    Clarke Novice
    When I read a book I really like I just read it over and over again and make all my friends read it. I get addicted.
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    dragonsfire Novice
    That's how I used to be, reading it over and over again.

    But now I transform into the characters, and get obsessed with the books and read the rest of the books by that author.
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    Clarke Novice
    I once did and my mother freaked out. Now I act like the characters in school only. Mostly Effie Trinket.
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    I started being a leader after reading the unwind dystology
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    QueenGlory Novice
    When I read a really good book, I fall in love with it. I just finished reading The Girl in Red by Christina Henry for (I don't even know, I've lost track) maybe the fifteenth time? and I hardly ever read new books because I'm too busy reading my favorite ones over and over again.
    I also sometimes act like my favorite characters too, but only when no one else is watching me.
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    dragonsfire Junior
    Ok, so now I know I'm not the only one that starts acting like the characters in the books, but from the posts on here, I think either mine or Rayne's is the most intense.

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