Online book club sets books free

Here’s another article on BookCrossing. The Associated Press does a good job talking up the “virus,” one that has reached far-flung places carried by members who heed the philosophy: if you love a book, set it free.
Word keeps spreading and membership rising as people leave books in cafes, parks or anyplace else so strangers can find them and partake in a novel attempt to turn the world into one big library — with no late fees.

I found a BookCrossing book on the Washington Metro in March.