What book do you reread the most?

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Re: What book do you reread the most?

Post by millyweb19 » 11 May 2018, 10:50

I always re-read Perks of Being A Wallflower by Stephen Chabosky. I love how I can read it and understand something new every time, be it about the characters or myself!

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Post by faceadventure » 14 May 2018, 11:34

I usually don't tend to reread books but this year I'm rereading a lot of books from Cornelia funke. Just childhood nostalgia I guess.

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Post by Jack Prodigal » 15 May 2018, 14:14

There's two. I read For Whom The Bell Tolls twice a year, one every spring, once every fall. I always try to finish it before visiting Key West, which I tend to do at never the best times of year. The lines at the Hemingway House are not as long.

The other, The Shootist. I always keep a copy handy, and one travels with me everywhere away from home. I get something new from it every read, and have been for close to three years.

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Post by kjs237 » 15 May 2018, 18:56

I have read One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez many times. I love the way the language flows. I really wish I had a better understanding of the Spanish language because I would love to experience the novel in its original form. I should have paid more attention in freshman Spanish class.

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Post by Jgideon » 16 May 2018, 03:30

Who Told You That You Were Naked by William E. Combs

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Post by swaasb » 16 May 2018, 03:57

I find it very boring thus I just read favourite part in books that effect me. I usually open 40 rules of love, Harry Potter series and a few other books that are in Urdu. 8)

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Post by Ola yemi » 18 May 2018, 05:22

I love 'The ex games'and 'Immortals after dark' , i could read those two books a thousand times...

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Post by elliphont1 » 19 May 2018, 05:50

“As I Walked Out One Summer Morning” Laurie Lee
Beautiful language and a timeless poetic piece of prose.

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Post by elliphont1 » 19 May 2018, 05:52

“As I Walked Out One Summer Morning” Laurie Lee
Beautiful language and a timeless poetic piece of prose.

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Post by alisonedgee » 24 May 2018, 11:21

started when i was around 13, always read jane eyre at christmas time, there isn't really a reason for it though, it's just tradition now

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Post by Book O-Rama » 24 May 2018, 12:42

The Bible. It is the guidebook to a happy life.

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Post by dtb » 24 May 2018, 15:23

I read the Harry Potter series several times a year.

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Post by Hey Alyssa » 27 May 2018, 04:39

It's Harry Potter series by J.K Rowling

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Post by BoundlessLaughter » 27 May 2018, 23:12

When I'm feeling a little down I feel like reading anything from the Star Trek Original Series. Being immersed again in the adventures of the Enterprise and its crew feels like I'm talking to an old friend.

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Post by Empress naria » 28 May 2018, 00:23

It is great to be able to find a friend in a book! I believe that if more youths in today's society had been reading books, the drug addiction and crime and violence would not be as pronounced as it currently is! Let us encourage someone to read a book including the ones we reread!

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