This is the question that I have just asked myself, and Amber, but I ask Amber all of my moral/ethical questions. So, anyway, back on topic.
Here's the story:
I was looking for a new book to read, because school's almost over and, hey, I think we all deserve a treat with finals approaching (or not) and did what I always do: GoodReads. Now, GR and I have a love/hate relationship. Sometimes, I love it because I find new books, and sometimes I hate it because I find new books. Either way, I find new books, so GR and I will always love each other. Anyway, as I was on GR looking for a book, I actually found seven. That led me to check my library account, which led me to put on hold all seven books that I had just searched.
For the curious mind:
- The night circus : a novel
by Erin Morgenstern
- The knife of never letting go
by Patrick Ness
- Grave mercy
by Robin LaFevers
- The other Boleyn girl : a novel
by Philippa Gregory
- The dark glamour : a 666 Park Avenue novel
by Gabriella Pierce
by Jackie Morse Kessler
- Full moon rising
by Keri Arthur
After thinking about Capt'n Jack running, I texted Amber:
Now, even though Amber said that it was ok, I still want to know: Should there be a moral limit to the amount of books one asks the library to hold for them?