Hi, This thread is mostly relevant to very long books and classical literature. I do this a lot, I have an eccentric attention span in the sense that I can read four hundred pages in a single sitting but then find it difficult to return to the book to read the other few hundred. I'll either not read at all for a while, or start another book perhaps. I find myself in two minds when I do finally return to the book, should I start again, given I've forgotten quite a bit of what I have already read or should I just continue where I left the bookmark? I did this with Anna Karenina, and that book is a tome. I had to start again after getting three quarters the way through it. I'm currently reading Christopher Hitchen's memoir "Hitch-22" - I got about half way through it three months ago and I don't know whether to start it again or continue on. Anyone else ever have this problem?