Favorite book?

April 24, 2017 1:21pm CST
Now that i have more room in my new house, id like to expand my book collection and make time to read more often. So id love some recommendations! Everyone, whats your favorite book?
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@CRK109 (14290)
• United States
24 Apr
Hands down, mine is "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo". Not the easiest book to read, but one of the best stories.
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@suziecat7 (3448)
• Asheville, North Carolina
24 Apr
Good choice, Claudia.
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@CRK109 (14290)
• United States
25 Apr
@suziecat7 thanks! I've also loved watching the Swedish version of the movie trilogy. They really captured those books very well.
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30 Apr
I've heard of it! I've been meaning to read it for awhile so now i'll make sure to.
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@else34 (13636)
• New Delhi, India
26 Apr
My favourite books are in HindI, which is my mother tongue.But I can suggestablish you some nice books in English.Would you like to read books about wildlife adventures?
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30 Apr
Wildlife adventures sound pretty cool! sure!
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@else34 (13636)
• New Delhi, India
30 Apr
@Kitkaykrazykat If you want to read books about wildlife adventures,you may choose books by Jim Corbett and Kenneth Anderson.These are great books.
@else34 (13636)
• New Delhi, India
2 May
@Lupita234 LOL!! Yes,I do.And I enjoy it a lot.
@Nawsheen (22941)
• Mauritius
25 Apr
The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho. Im currently reading this book and find it very interesting
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30 Apr
ooh just by the title it sounds good!
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@Nawsheen (22941)
• Mauritius
30 Apr
@suziecat7 (3448)
• Asheville, North Carolina
24 Apr
My favorite books are The Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver, Cold Mountain by Charles Frasier and anything by Elizabeth Berg.
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30 Apr
I have not heard of these which means now i absolutely MUST read them!
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@TRBRocks420 (66811)
• Banks, Oregon
24 Apr
Not sure my favorite book, but some good ones I read as a kid, were call of the wild, Shane and, where the red fern grows.
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30 Apr
I think i've read "call of the wild" but i'll definitely get the rest! thank you!
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@april_ang (429)
24 Apr
A brief history of time by Stephen Hawking.
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30 Apr
Ooh a very good suggestion! I'll read it!
@xFiacre (3882)
• Ireland
24 Apr
@kitkaykrazykat Dostoyevsky's Crime and Punishment is a must. Also a whole pile of others.
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24 Apr
I'll definitely get it!
@JohnRoberts (44933)
• Los Angeles, California
24 Apr
I don't have one favorite but those I am fond of like Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird and F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby.
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24 Apr
Great books that I have yet to read! I'll add them to my list!
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@MALUSE (34570)
• Denmark
24 Apr
It doesn't make sense to suggest books if we don't know which genres appeal to you.
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24 Apr
Learning appeals to me. I'm trying to expand my horizons so to speak.