Moses had every Harry Potter book ever printed.
His collection was huge, spanning numerous languages, and many editions. But it was complete.
Every time a new book came out, Moses scoured the web for every translation. He perused blogs, web forums, and had all the main publishers’ numbers programmed into his phone. He spent hundreds of hours, and thousands of dollars, making sure the collection was entire.
When the flood happened, he was distraught. He catalogued every damaged book – only the ones on the bottom – and sent an estimate to his insurance company. They paid a fifth of it, and he used that to order all the copies necessary, plus some water-proof bags to store them in.
Moses was proud of his collection, and showed it to everyone who visited, whether they were interested or not.