There's nothing quite like reading a book. If you're a bibliophile, you know what I am talking about. There's no feeling like holding a book in your hands and getting lost in the words

You can learn about different people in the world, feel connected to cultures you're never going to visit, deal with heartbreak and derive life lessons. It doesn't come as a surprise that many book lovers decide to ink themselves with something that will remind them forever of a book that moved them.

If you're also one of those book readers and want some inspiration, this is the guide for you:

1. Roald Dahl never let a kid have a dull childhood.

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2. If you've also felt connected to To Kill A Mockingbird  like so many others, this would be a beautiful tribute.

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3. The Harry Potter series may have ended but it can live with you forever.

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4. You could go for the instance in the series that moved you. 

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5. Alice's adventures in Wonderland can make you imagine so much at different ages of your life.

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6. This quote from The Little Prince remains relevant even after you grow up.

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7. So many of us have been inspired by The Chronicles of Narnia to look for our own secret cupboard.

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8. "So we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past" from The Great Gatsby is about the human condition. With a few words, you feel connected to everyone who has been and is to come.

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9. This one is for those who believe in the green light just as much as Gatsby.

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10. Someone put Sylvia Plath's 'fig tree' from The Bell Jar into a pictorial form and it is pretty much what was imagined.

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11.  'I took a deep breath and listened to the old brag of my heart. I am, I am, I am.'

Another jewel from Sylvia Plath that means so many things to different people.

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12. 'Just like hopes springing high,

Still I’ll rise.'

Maya Angelou's simple yet powerful words are the perfect reminder that we need to keep moving forward.

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13. This quote by Charles Bukowski as a tattoo will inspire you to hustle till you get what you want.

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14. If you're not sure of quotes, choose a word from your favourite quote. The 'unless' here is from one of Dr Seuss' quotes:

"Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing's going to get better, it's not." 

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15.  Kurt Vonnegut used this quote in  Slaughterhouse-Five 106 times, each time after a character dies. Hence, teaching the readers to keep moving on.

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16. There's a reason Shakespeare is still famous. His philosophical words are tattoo-worthy.

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17. T. S. Eliot's The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock poem has so many literary gems within its verses. This one is just one of them.

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18. Walt Whitman's words will encourage to contribute a verse too.

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19. Kurt Vonnegut's quote convinces you that it all gets better someday.

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20. “You’re mine,” she whispered. “Mine, as I’m yours. And if we die, we die. All men must die, Jon Snow. But first, we’ll live.” - Ygritte

George R. R. Martin's quote will push you to love and live.

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21. If choosing a single quote is too difficult because of your love for reading, just own the label of a bibliophile already.

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22. Nothing that a cup of books and tea can't solve. They are the real life-lines, aren't they?

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23. The different words that make up sentences are to be admired just as much as the sentences themselves.

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24. If you admire the English language, these quotation marks will be your ultimate tribute to it.

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 You can brave the needle for these beautiful words now, can't you?

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