Books always seem to get the nod over movies when it comes to the debate regarding which of the two art forms is more adept at telling a story to the audience that is consuming it. The main point argued, which always seems to give the upper hand to books, is the wonderful sense of imagination a book can make you conjure up while reading.
Most people are more comfortable with their own imaginations in order to visualize the progression of the book’s narrative. The physical appearance of the characters, the various settings and the atmosphere of the events portrayed in the book all originate from our personal creative vision, and that vision breeds endless possibilities of the depiction of a single scenario in a book, which avid readers would claim is the factor that ultimately makes reading a book more special compared to watching a movie.
And in truth…
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