Books That I Refuse to Let Anyone Touch

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I don’t have a LARGE list of Books That I Refuse to Let Anyone Touch. Simply because, how could I possibly consider myself an influencer and book worm, if I didn’t share my books with others?

But, I do have a special select few I consider MY PRECIOUS! And no, they aren’t super rare classics, either. Below, check out my list and then share yours in the comments!

Books That I Refuse to Let Anyone Touch

Hardcover First Edition of The Hunger Games. I mean, do I even need to explain this one?

My Hardcover of The Kiss of Deception. Honestly, I don’t know anyone IRL that would want to read this, but no one will borrow it, non the less.

My paperback of Evernight. I love this series so much. I have an extra copy for people to borrow!

As with Evernight, I have extra copies of Magic Bites & Dark Lover for people to borrow. Which is needed, because I push Magic Bites on anyone that will listen.

I won’t let anyone borrow my entire collection of TMI & ID. I won’t even let the kids read them; especially my copy of City of Bones.

No touchy.

Also, there’s my collection of ALL things Sarah Fine. Sanctum is one of my all time favorites. Sad for you, you can’t touch em!

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  • What are some Books That YOU Refuse to Let Anyone Touch?
  • Do we have any in common?

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16 thoughts on “Books That I Refuse to Let Anyone Touch

  1. Sophie Wentworth

    I don’t have many books that I wouldn’t let anyone touch but I do have a few first edition fashion history coffee table books that are no longer in print that I don’t even think I’d let anyone breathe near πŸ˜‚. The Hunger Games makes total sense! x


  2. Sophia @ Bookwyrming Thoughts

    The only books I wouldn’t let anyone touch are my favorites and signed copies – I don’t think I’ll get another signed copy, at least for a while! If I had a copy of the entire Infernal Devices series, along with the 10th Anniversary edition of City of Bones, I wouldn’t let anyone touch those either. People can just sit back and admire them from afar instead.
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  3. Lisa

    The title of this post made me giggle! I have a looooooong list of books that I will never lend out because they are too precious – Laini Taylor’s Daughter of Smoke and Bone trilogy, Hilary Mantel’s two books on Thomas Cromwell, and anything by Christina Henry. Great idea for a blog post, thank you for sharing πŸ™‚ Lisa x

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