Each story has a beginning and an end, but the book itself is out of that linear timeframe, it embodies the story as a whole, contains the setting, plot and characters at once. This challenges our generic understanding of perception of a story, because once the timeframe is gone, there is no beginning or end but all the elements(characters, settings, plot) existing at once, in a way they are all immortal. Birth and death are divine moments within the timeframe. When an object embodies a story, the temporal is compressed into material. The story within the object becomes a part of the object’s owner’s story.