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what's your favorite book, ever?

 
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A Conferderacy of Dunces -john kennedy Toole
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ones I remember most and hated to put down
Winds of War
Prince of Tides
The Alchemist
Ann Vickers

children's, but adults would also like
Hank the Cowdog
Weasel
Because of Winn-Dixie
The Tale of Despereaux
Stone Fox
anything by Gary Paulsen
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Re: what's your favorite book, ever?
100 Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
I was so sad when I turned the last page of that book.

The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein
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Re: what's your favorite book, ever?
I like To Kill a Mockingbird and Watership Down
 Quoting: C. 6860


Enders Game.
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Enders game is required reading for Marines .awesome book
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The Gate to the timeless mountain.cool2
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For a novel:

"A Confederacy of Dunces," by John Kennedy Toole
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Re: what's your favorite book, ever?
I like To Kill a Mockingbird and Watership Down
 Quoting: C. 6860


Enders Game.
 Quoting: Borian


Enders game is required reading for Marines .awesome book
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Enders game is awesome. Amazed it hasn't been made into a movie yet.
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The Traveler in Black by John Brunner.
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Shogun by James Clavell
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+1
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I like To Kill a Mockingbird and Watership Down
 Quoting: C. 6860


1. Pillars of the earth ---- Ken Follet

2. Mists of Avalon --- cant remember author
 Quoting: Renegade (Me too)


Marion Zimmer Bradley
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The Urantia Book, of course....
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Jonathon Livingstone Seagull.

^^^
its only short if anyone wants to read it
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Re: what's your favorite book, ever?
Lord of the Flies
By William Holding.
 Quoting: mikebo2


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Think and Grow Rich
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Re: what's your favorite book, ever?
I finished A Dance With Dragons a few weeks ago, and it was amazing. A Song of Ice and Fire is such a great series. But favorite? The Odyssey or Atlas Shrugged.
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Romance/Tragedy
Tess Of The D'urbervilles - Thomas Hardy
Wuthering Heights - Emily Bronte
Gone With The Wind - Margaret Mitchell
Lady of Hay - Barbara Erskine
Horror
The Stand - Stephen King
In a Dark Place - Ray Garton
Fantasy
Wheel Of Time series - Robert Jordan
Harry Potter series - J. K. Rowling

Last Edited by LJTG on 11/25/2012 01:47 AM
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TAO TEH CHING
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Re: what's your favorite book, ever?
A Wrinkle in Time :)
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I love that book, I have tried to get my kids to read it but they aren't interested even if I offer to read it to them. My daughter is in love with "the outsiders". Blech.. :)
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ONE book?????? Sheesh!
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ONE book?????? Sheesh!
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Stranger In A Strange Land by Robert Heinlein
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Re: what's your favorite book, ever?
East of Eden - John Steinbeck
 Quoting: Mildred Pierce


Also, The Road - Cormac McCarthy

First book that made me sob like a drunk southern widow.
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The Stand
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Re: what's your favorite book, ever?
So many books...

Asking a bookie to name just one doesn't work.

Favorites:

Fiction:
The Riverworld - Philip Jose Farmer
World of Tiers - Farmer
Brave New World - Aldous Huxley (actually any book of his prior to his drug/eastern mysticism infatuation)
Ape and Essence - Huxley

Non-fiction:
The View Over Atlantis - John Michell
Mothman Prophecies - John Keel
Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds - Mackay
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Re: what's your favorite book, ever?
Romance/Tragedy
Tess Of The D'urbervilles - Thomas Hardy
Wuthering Heights - Emily Bronte
Gone With The Wind - Margaret Mitchell
Lady of Hay - Barbara Erskine
Horror
The Stand - Stephen King
In a Dark Place - Ray Garton
Fantasy
Wheel Of Time series - Robert Jordan
Harry Potter series - J. K. Rowling
 Quoting: LJTG


hf Tess I have read most of those great picks!
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"The Razor's Edge" W. Somerset Maugham
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[link to www.worldcat.org]
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Re: what's your favorite book, ever?
Lord of the Rings
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Yes and the Bible
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Re: what's your favorite book, ever?
Lord of the Rings
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Yes and the Bible
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A Song of Ice and Fire is sooo much better. And yes, I read them both.

But I guess Lord of the Rings would be better for children.

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