Reading late at night in bed can be a strain on the elbows. Fortunately the Hang Book Lamp by Daniel Baek will take the ease off aching arms and tired eyes regardless of how epic the book. The contraption’s cord-like form is conveniently suspended from the ceiling, making the light the copybook clutch for crime fiction. Embellished with a very small light bulb at the end of the noose, this reading lamp can easily be wound around the book’s spine with the illuminated tip angled towards the current page. Everything the reader has to do to activate the switch is tug on the cord. This book lamp really prevents a kinked neck when reading in bed. Although it does look a bit strange.