My Favorite book

@Boonie1 (431)
Ashdod, Israel
August 21, 2015 6:58am CST
Most of us here in mylot love writing and reading interesting things. Books definitely qualify as being an interesting read, and everyone seems to have at least 1 book they really love and can read over and over. What is your favorite book/ganere? How often do you actually get to read books? Do you have a favorite author? I have way too many to choose from.But I will chose one, I absolutely love Harlen Coben , he is an amazing mystery/crime/thriller writer. He has so many good books, with my favorite being Gone For Good, but I still have a lot of his books yet to read. definitely check him out if you like those kind of books
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@kiran8 (15237)
• Mangalore, India
1 Sep 15
I read just about anything that comes my way, fiction,feel good books,non fiction... I love reading Frederick Forsythe, Robert Ludlum and John Grisham's books ...I keep reading my favorite books every now and then , many times over !I have many favorites - Roots,The Tristan Betrayal by Ludlum, When The Lion Feeds by Wilbur Smith and Armageddon by Leon Uris ! Amazing book the last one !
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@Boonie1 (431)
• Ashdod, Israel
1 Sep 15
Yeah I like a lot of different styles too. if it's good, I'll read it regardless
@sofssu (14735)
27 Aug 15
I love reading.. I used to read a lot of fiction ..but now I am into spiritual books now. I read anything that that has to do with my seeking at that moment.
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@Boonie1 (431)
• Ashdod, Israel
27 Aug 15
Fiction is really fun to read. right now I read a book about mental states
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@rusty2rusty (6746)
• Defiance, Ohio
28 Aug 15
I do not have a favorite book or author. i do like action, mystery, romance and history books.
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@topffer (30604)
• France
21 Aug 15
I used to read a lot (I have 20000 books in my library) but I read less since a few years, and more easy books than before. My all times preferred book is "Froth on the Daydream" by a French author called Boris Vian. It is a novel/tale where objects and animals are thinking, with a lot of play on words and inventions, but it is also the most beautiful love novel of the 20th C. Vian had a lot of humor and was cultivating sarcasm. The preface starts with : "The essential is to have a priori judgments on everything.". I give you a link to Wikipedia, if you want to know more, but it is impossible to describe this book : it is a kind of poetic UFO in litterature. You have to read it to fall in love with it.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Froth on the Daydream First English-language edition cover Author Boris Vian Original title L'Écume des jours Translator Stanley Chapman Country France Language French Genre Novel Publisher
@Boonie1 (431)
• Ashdod, Israel
21 Aug 15
Thanks for sharing, seems like a great book! And kind of a smart book which I love. I'm goona look for it next time I shop for books lol :]
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@PhredWreck (6095)
21 Aug 15
I read every day, and that is also how I finish my day, by reading in bed until I am too tired to continue. My favorite genre is probably science fiction, though I read all types of fiction. I normally choose Robert Heinlein's 'Stranger in a Strange Land' if I am asked for a favorite book. As for favorite author, I don't really have one in particular...that would be the equivalent of asking for my favorite musical artist, when I listen to thousands of them.
@Boonie1 (431)
• Ashdod, Israel
21 Aug 15
Yes, books are a big part of my everyday life and hard to imagine life without them there. Did not personally rad it but I have heard good things about it
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• Preston, England
2 Nov 15
my reading interests vary enormously so many great books become my latest favourites
• United Kingdom
1 Sep 15
For me, without a doubt, John Grisham's A time to Kill.