And having no more space for them...
I think I got a bit over taken by books lately. My bookshelf had a little breakdown and just fell to pieces (damn cheap bookshelf made in china) so now all my library is shattered around in dusty piles.
I use to read a lot. Most of them are uneasy books talking about actuality, wars, history or just books I need to read for university or to get deep into my university study. But I still find it relaxing.
My latest trend this summer is reading the biography of old italian terrorists from the 70's. So far Sergio Segio is my favourite, so different from the usual terrorists, he actually found a way to do some good after being taken prisoner.
You may think that reading about them and finding them good or interesting is a bad thing because they did so many bad things. I don't think so. There are people who find interesting to study Cesare Borgia and they made movies about him but, in the end, he was just a bloody fucker murderer with a political intent. So, it's history baby!
Plus Italy is a real fucked up countries, here wounds open 40 years ago are still heavy bleeding and I think that knowing what opened that wounds would be the easiest way to close them.
End of ramblings: have a nice day!