- For books in general, see books.
A book on some topic.
Writing has been around for millenniums, although it is unclear who came up with the first writing system ever. Cuneiform from Mesopotamia is generally the accepted theory on the origin of writing. Stone, clay, and wood were used as writing surfaces until paper (papyrus) was invented by the Egyptians. Because of its flexibility, paper could be bound into a hinge, allowing for it to be closed and opened easily, and for the pages to be held together and remain organized, resulting in the books as we know them today. The modern age has given rise to electronic books read from tablets and Kindles, although physical books are still in use.
Can be borrowed from any library, purchased at any bookstore, and heisted from both.
How to obtainEdit
- Two can be found in 10 Smith Street. (Pinedale)
- Some can be found in 860 Tanner Street. (Brookvale)
- Two can be found in a locked storage unit in U.C. Storage. (Brookvale)
- One can be found in room 102 of Glendale Apartments. (Canal Park)
- Two can be found in the Central Building. (Uptown)
- Whistler Hotel (Uptown):
- One in a nightstand in room 203.
- One in a nightstand in room 304.
- One in a nightstand in room 403.
- Several can be found in Harrison & Harrison Broking. (Uptown)
- Several can be found in the Medical Clinic. (Uptown)
- Several can be found in the police station. (Uptown)
- One can be found in the first tent of the HERC Outpost. (Uptown)