What is the best book you have ever read and why?

December 26, 2007 6:33pm CST
I would like to know your all time favorite book, and why you love it so much...w/o giving away any endings or surprises, incase someone wants to check it out! :0)
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@Kowgirl (3490)
• United States
27 Dec 07
Way to many to list here. The Bible would have to be at the top of my list. Anything you can think of is in the Bible, like to read about murder, it's in there, like to read about love, it's in there, like to read about r.a.p.e, i.n.cest, make believe, whatever you can think of it's in there. Fire and dragons it's in there too. Then there is the inspiring story about Hellen Keller Or Brian's Song there are so many good books it's hard to name just one.
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@Kowgirl (3490)
• United States
27 Dec 07
I had to use the dots between the letters to get this to post.
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• Philippines
27 Dec 07
i really love to read all novels of Sidney Sheldon and Dan Brown. They keep you turning the pages as fast as you can and sometimes forgetting your lunch and dinner (that thrilling and exciting their books are). On the lighter side of life, i love reading "chocolate for a womens heart", its a series i think. It has a lot of inspirational stories.. :-)
• United States
27 Dec 07
The best book I have ever read- great topic. The best book that I have ever read would have to be The Stranger, by Albert Camus. The reason why I liked this book is because it dealt with existentialism- which is a fascinating subject that we discuss all the team in my English class.
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@a2rjun (8)
27 Dec 07
probably p.s. i love you...its a beautiful story and worth reading...
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@flomikren (301)
• Philippines
28 Dec 07
for me it's "ryan white story", "anne franks's diary" and "one last wish" by Lurlene Mcdaniel. these books are all inspiring. it makes me realize how lucky i am.