Favorite Book of all time

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Favorite Book of all time

SiNn SiNn
whats everyones fav book of all time one that you go back and read over and over again taht comfort book
and why
for me its


After The Night By Linda Howard I love that book its characters seem so real with real problems and issues with out haven to be overthe top too real.
07/30/2011
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Ghost Ghost
Probably "Kinksi Uncut" by Klaus Kinski. It's just too bizarre for explanation.
07/31/2011
GravyCakes GravyCakes
i don't really go back to read a book more than once, no matter how much i loved it. it's just not the same for me. but my fav book of all time is Angels & Demons by Dan Brown. I loved the action, suspense, the romance & sexual tension, but mostly the art history.
07/31/2011
Linga Linga
Clive Barkers Thief of Always
07/31/2011
missdizzy missdizzy
Coming Attractions by Fannie Flagg
07/31/2011
Rin (aka Nire) Rin (aka Nire)
I... honestly don't think I could pick a favorite. I read so many books that I don't think I could ever decide. Here's a few that really stand out, though:

Felidae by Akif Pirinçci
John Dies at the End by David Wong
Story Time by Edward Bloor
The Jungle Book(s) by Rudyard Kipling
Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH by Robert C. O'Brien
and Watership Down by Richard Adams

Though I'm always reading, so new favorites might pop up at any moment!
08/08/2011
Starkiller87 Starkiller87
Jurassic park by michael crichton perhaps.
08/08/2011
EJ EJ
For pure comfort, I'd say The Lord of the Rings trilogy or the Harry Potter series. They're so detailed that they don't seem to get old; there's always something I missed. And they're each based on their own "world" that I can just fall into and get lost in for a few hours.
08/19/2011
Beck Beck
The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold, awesome book, bad movie. Book is way different.
08/24/2011
caligaliber caligaliber
Kushiel's Dart(And the 2 following) by Jacqueline Carey. Like EJ said, very very detailed in the historical BDSM romance that is set in its own world, but still this world (Like Harry Potter, only slightly different)
08/24/2011
aliceinthehole aliceinthehole
lewis carroll's alice in wonderland and through the looking glass.

it's my bible.

08/24/2011
emilia emilia
Quote:
Originally posted by aliceinthehole
lewis carroll's alice in wonderland and through the looking glass.

it's my bible.

Beauty by robin mckingley
09/26/2011
T&A1987 T&A1987
The Stand by Stephen King
09/27/2011
beachluv51800 beachluv51800
I loved The Good Earth by Pearl Buck...one I was forced to read in high school, but it was one of the best I ever read
09/27/2011
kadytheredpanda kadytheredpanda
"A Walk in the Woods" by Bil Bryson. The author and his buddy go on the Appalachian Trail hike from hell. Hilarity ensues.

I also love the Jurassic Park books by Michael Crichton. RIP, dude
09/28/2011
WetJenn WetJenn
Quote:
Originally posted by SiNn
whats everyones fav book of all time one that you go back and read over and over again taht comfort book
and why
for me its


After The Night By Linda Howard I love that book its characters seem so real with real problems and issues ...
World War Z by Max Brooks. I was walking around for weeks talking about "The War" and what happened when it never happened. lol.
10/01/2011
Chilipepper Chilipepper
It sounds silly, but children's books are my literature comfort food. I have many that I go back to (and have in my library):

'The Egypt Game' by Zilpha Keatley Snyder
'Magic Elizabeth' by Norma Kassirer
'The Wednesday Witch' by Ruth Chew
'Alice in Wonderland' by Lewis Carroll
'Alice Through the Looking Glass' by Lewis Carroll
'Mystery by Moonlight' by Mary C. Jane
'Sara Crewe' by Frances Hodgson Burnett
'Footsteps on the Stairs' by C.S. Adler
10/01/2011
Sekhmet Sekhmet
I have a few

1. To Kill A Mockingbird - Harper Lee
2. Shoeless Joe - W.P. Kinsella (Field of Dreams)
3. Any version of The Velveteen Rabbit
4. Self-Made Man by Norah Vincent
10/01/2011
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