Have you ever read a book so enthralling, informative and superb, that you felt that it spoke to you? That the words jumped off the page and changed you in some profound way? Have you ever recommended or given such books to friends or relatives? Millions of people are doing the same thing, and now, through the internet, sharing and finding books that you love have become that much easier. This book explores BookCrossing, the online phenomena that unites lovers of literature all over the world, and invites them to “set books free”. This way the thoughts and knowledge contained within them can find a new audience, and continue to bring joy instead of collecting dust on a shelf. You will also meet some of the Norwegian participants of this free international bookclub at an Official BookCrossing Zone, and see the socio-economical aspects of distributing literature in this way. This book is a good read for those interested in how online social networks are giving us a new ways to enjoy literature; for people who are curious about the future of sharing and reading habits, and for anyone who has ever read a good book and wanted to tell someone about it.