Young Adult (18-35)
British (England - South East - Oxford, Sussex)
British (Received Pronunciation - RP, BBC)
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she opened the green painted door of the second hand bookshop and smiled as an old fashioned bell tinkled merrily. She couldn't remember the last time she'd heard such a joyous sound. For a moment, she just stood on the wooden floorboards, drinking in the silence on the wonderful aroma of second hand books. There was nothing, absolutely nothing, that could compete with the all enveloping feeling of warmth and comfort that came from the scent of an old book shop. It was a kind of mental sanctuary, and Callie felt as if she had found her true home. Looking around, she saw that there were neat quotes in black cursive letters on the brief spaces of wall, which weren't covered by books. Callie read a few of them to herself. A room without books is like a body without a soul. A reader lives 1000 lives before he dies. Books offer people who wish they were somewhere else. Callie smiled, and then her eyes sort out the books again. On there were shelves and shelves of them, from the floors to the ceilings