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IN Creative ON 23 Oct, 2015
As Dumbledore said "Words in my not so humble opinion, our most inexhaustible source of magic."
Books truly are the proof that humans can work magic. They are our friends, healers and tell us stories, dreams, fiction and what not. Every person who loves books wants to get a tattoo of maybe their favourite quote or a drawing or maybe something that reminds them of the book every time and obviously to others as well.
Here's a list of book-inspired tattoos for every bookworm out there. This brings happiness and joy.
The day you wanted to believe that you are mad or even bonkers because all the best people are. Alice in Wonderland made us wish we were there too.
Not every moment of your life does you feel complete or completely happy. But there are some moments when you are content and you feel infinite.
One of the best stories about friendship, Winnie the Pooh is something that is close to almost everyone's heart. It made us cry, laugh and also realise the importance of friends in our life.
One of the most emotional moments during Harry Potter series, this quote needs no introduction. It's the most painful and loving word that bookworms know. Admit it, We felt sorry for him at that moment.
Katniss Everdeen from Hunger Games is the girl who made the Capitol realise that it's not the power. Her pain, confusions, bravery make a wonderful journey.
John Green's magic in this book was out of the world. It was such a beautiful book that made us laugh and smile. It gave us some beautiful quotes to remember forever.
Matilda is a brilliant book written by none other than Roald Dahl. She is mistreated by her parents but has her own way of having fun in life.
The book that took us to Middle-Earth made us meet new characters and taught us a different language. No doubt, this one book ruled them all at one point.
Sherlock Holmes, has the finest main character, side-kick and also villain. This series made us solve mysteries and notice every tiny detail of things around us.
As we expected from Dan Brown to deliver a brilliant book, he moves beyond the expectations as always. This book is simply brilliant.