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what's your favorite book, ever?

 
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I should say something like "What the Bleep do We Know" but in truth it's "Ann of Green Gables".
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The bible

Great Gatsby
Pride and Predjudice
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Loved Watership Down.
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Thank you. How do you describe that book to someone who hasn't read it? Awesome book.
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1) Anything by Edgar Allen Poe.

2) A story by Franz Kafka, The Hunger Artist.
(I know it isn't a book but it's in a book. heh)

3) Power vs Force, David R. Hawkins.

3) The Red Book, Carl Jung.

4) The Catcher in the Rye, J. D. Salinger.

5) Stranger in a Strange Land, Robert A. Heinlein

6) Animal Farm, George Orwell.

Haven't read James Patrick Kelly but thinking about purchasing the anthology he edited: Digital Rapture.

Edit: Sorry, I just read the thread title again and realized you only asked for one book. So, I guess if I had to choose just one, it would be Power vs. Force.

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A Brave new world
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1984
They tell us the whole story
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Anyone who says the Bible is lying. They say that to get heaven points. The Bible is in parts unreadable and the rest is insulting and boring.
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Tom of Finland.
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"WE LOOK AND SEE"
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He's Just Not That Into You
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He's Just Not That Into You
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lol story of my life
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Green Eggs and Ham.
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Anyone who says the Bible is lying. They say that to get heaven points. The Bible is in parts unreadable and the rest is insulting and boring.
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When you suck shit through a straw...what do you do with the peanuts?

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The Best Book I have Read this Year was " Father Mars, Mother Earth " By Bobbi McCutcheon alienship I Hope people read it !

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Charlotte's Web...

and Bridges of Madison County.
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The Secret Garden
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Hustler?
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Anything by Jules Verne and H.G. Wells
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I like "To Kill a Mockingbird" and "Watership Down"
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I dont think it is possible to have a SINGLE favorite book...I'm a book worm :]

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Lord of the Flies
By William Holding.
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The Road
Zeke and Ned.
Both great.
Anything by Larry McMurtry.
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A Clockwork Orange - Burgess
Rant/Fight Club/Haunted - Palahniuk
Most any and all halfway decent thrillers/sci-fi/mystery stuff is okay in my book. Reading fiction is way better than any video game.
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I dont think it is possible to have a SINGLE favorite book...I'm a book worm :]

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Have you read "Angela's Ashes"? It's not so much about one woman, but about an Irish family and the anguish and poverty their alcoholic father put them through. It's written by Frank McCourt and it's a true story. He made his way to America and became an English teacher. His story is heart-breaking, but he still had a sense of humor. It's well worth the read.
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Re: what's your favorite book, ever?
1) Anything by Edgar Allen Poe.

2) A story by Franz Kafka, The Hunger Artist.
(I know it isn't a book but it's in a book. heh)

3) Power vs Force, David R. Hawkins.

3) The Red Book, Carl Jung.

4) The Catcher in the Rye, J. D. Salinger.

5) Stranger in a Strange Land, Robert A. Heinlein

6) Animal Farm, George Orwell.

Haven't read James Patrick Kelly but thinking about purchasing the anthology he edited: Digital Rapture.

Edit: Sorry, I just read the thread title again and realized you only asked for one book. So, I guess if I had to choose just one, it would be Power vs. Force.
 Quoting: Unit3


WOW I just thought of that story - The Hunger Artist - for this first time in probbably 20 years. I also liked The Hunter Graachus by Kafka.

My favorite book is A Fan's Notes by one hit wonder and big time alcoholic Frederick Exley
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The Fifth Horseman by James Patterson, excellent edge of your seat intrique, saw someone mention Taylor Caldwell and she was one of my fav's too.

As a pre-teen girl I loved all the James Herriot books, he was a country veterinarian. As a young girl I loved the Trixe Beldon books, wow, OP thanks for the trip down memeory lane, nice thread!!!! 5 stars
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The Urantia book.
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