• ahem....besides the Bible....;-) I love the Lord of the Rings. I can't tell you how many times I have read that. And Jean Auel's Earth's Children series (I love prehistory and herbal medicine). The Dictionary, a good Atlas... but I have to admit that a lot of my reading today is done online. I find interesting articles as I do research.
  • I don't know that there is such a book for me...perhaps a thick book of the "Best" science fiction short stories..that would give variety to the reading experience. :)
  • I have read the first three Pern novels eight times. I have enjoyed them each time. The Dragonriders of Pern series by Anne McCaffrey.
  • Chicken soup for the soul!
  • I've never read any book again, and don't think I ever will (apart from Brief History of Time, I read that twice because I didn't quite understand it when I was 14 so I read it last year again). There's no point reading again, you know what's going to happen
  • Just about anything by Tom Clancy.
  • There are a few... The Hobbit: JRR Tolkein Animal Farm: George Orwell (a fascinating book, even if you ignore the politics!) The Iron Man - Ted Hughes The Book of Lost Things - John Connolly (not enough people know about this book!!)
  • The Little Prince
  • The complete Hobbit & Lord of the Rings trilogy. Gilgamesh. The Art of War. The Way of the Tao. The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying.
  • Tale of Two Cities...
  • Well for myself I have to say it would be Fight Club, LOTR, I Am Legend (oh if only the movie would have been 1/10 as good as the book), and of course my love affairs with Short stories, poetry and writers like Lovecraft, Ramsey Campbell, William Gibson, Philip K Dick, Larry Niven with a nice dose of Kafka and LEiber to boot whom I can read over and over again.
  • There are several-- The Stand House of Scorpio Gems by the Fireside The Hobbit Grandmothers Web The Complete Mark Twain Rolling Thunder Speaks and others
  • Gone with the Wind and its sequel Scarlett
  • I never get tired of reading "A People's History of the United States" by Howard Zinn Also "The Wheel of Time" series by Robert Jordan never gets old for me. Although it is over 10,000 pages of reading so it takes forever to read through the entire series! LOL..
  • funny! But now days a lot fo a people cosplay so you could stil be getting some use out of that cape singwell. jk. I'm curious to see what the new hobbit film will be like
  • Eat, Pray, Love.
  • Heller's "Catch 22". I've read it a buncha times! ;-)
  • The Harry Potter series His Dark Materials-Philip Pullman The Bartimaeus Trilogy-Jonathon Stroud The Twilight series-Stephenie Meyer Love all these books!!! :) Have read them all numerous times!
  • Everything by Tolkien Marion Zimmer Bradley's "The Mists of Avalon" Connie Willis' "Doomsday Book" Michael Moorcock's "Elric of Melniboné" "Why Do Men Have Nipples? Hundreds of Questions You'd Only Ask Your Doctor After Your Third Martini" and its sequel "Why Do Men Fall Asleep After Sex? Even More Questions You'd Only Ask Your Doctor After Your Third Whiskey Sour"
  • The Bible, of course and then it would have to be Me and My Big Mouth OR Gone With the Wind.
  • harry potter any of the goosebumps books point horror bookis ghost of fear street books my story books mystery kids
  • " Atlas Shrugged " by Ayn Rand and " To Kill a Mockingbird " by Harper Lee [ and if anyone has read both of these books, they'd know that these books approach humanity in very different ways. :) ] +5
  • The Holy Bible. Gotta love it!
  • Hard Eight by Janet Evanovich
  • There are 3. The Royal Law of Liberty: Living in Freedom under Christ's Law of Love (5 times so far); Divine Sex; Liberating Sex From Religious Tradition ( 4 times so far); God Is Not A Homophobe; An Unbiased Look at Homosexuality in the Bible (1 time) I cannot count the number of times I have read the King James Bible. There are several more but have read them only a few times each.

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