What is your favorite book at all time?

United Arab Emirates
January 28, 2007 1:13am CST
mine is harry potter, Da vinci code, The little Prince.
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14 responses
• India
28 Jan 07
hello dude its boring to read my text books ,,,,,, how to read all those big novels,,,,,, but i am looking forward to read novels as i have been adviced so that i improve my concentration as well as my english language,,,,, so give me some tips about it
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• United Arab Emirates
29 Jan 07
Text books? What kind of text books. I am onced like that, I hate reading but sometimes you'll became interested when now that you can choose a story that really makes you feel on that scene. Read it with heart. You can surely relate to all those feelings and situations in the book.
• India
29 Jan 07
well thanks for the response,,,,, can you suggest me some books to study?????
• United Arab Emirates
1 Feb 07
I would suggest the fiction, story of life. Or a books that really makes you relate. I read more of Harry Potter, and if you want to be in love? Message in a Bottle, and the Notebook, on Philosophy in Life, Paulo Coehlo, actually I have lots of book to share but these are some of my favorites.
• India
28 Jan 07
I read all types of books,among them to name a few,my favourites are Catch 22,Lord of the rings series,Name of the Rose,Thinner and Agatha Cristies Pale Horse.
• United Arab Emirates
29 Jan 07
I also read the Harry potter all series, and even watched their movies. I always enjoyed reading Harry potter, because of the adventures and fiction of those story.
@cashnono (1135)
• Hong Kong
29 Jan 07
It goes to Bible for me.
• United Arab Emirates
2 Feb 07
Very good I was actually waiting for that answer.
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• Philippines
29 Jan 07
There's a book by Ian McEwan called Atonement. The plot really got into me and even now, I still reread certain parts of the novel. It's beautifully written and an ending that will have you thinking for days. It's my favorite book of all time.
• United Arab Emirates
29 Jan 07
Very interesting!
@ram13288 (387)
• United States
28 Jan 07
my favorite book is down these mean streets by piri thomas. its about a puerto rican kid and he just writes about evrything he has been through. its very interesting but when i first started to read it i thought it would be boring but when i got into it i couldnt put it down.
• United Arab Emirates
29 Jan 07
Really that's the feeling of having an interested thought about the the story.
@emeraldisle (13139)
• United States
28 Jan 07
I read so many books that to pick just one would be almost impossible. However I will cheat and say one of my all time favorites is a series by Piers Anthony, The Incarnations of Immortality series. It is a great set of 7 books that I would recommend to anyone. It really makes you wonder about many things in this universe. I've enjoyed reading them several times.
• United Arab Emirates
29 Jan 07
Yes too many books to read, but we have to be very choosy on what we are reading, like the story that its factual, reality and knowledgeable.
• United States
28 Jan 07
Favorite of all time is The Razor's Edge, by W. Somerset Maugham. Second would be The Shadow of the Wind, by Carlos Ruiz Zafon.
• United Arab Emirates
29 Jan 07
Just now that i heard this book. What story is this? :)
@imrajesh (1965)
• India
28 Jan 07
i like the book The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho and it is my all time favorite. it is a very different book and its philosophy is good. have happy times reading.
• United Arab Emirates
29 Jan 07
I also like that book and actually just a glanced from their most common philosophy. It was inspiring and can be adopted to a day to day situation. I Am now planning to get more of these book of paulo Coehlo.
• United States
1 Feb 07
Peter S. Beagle's The Last Unicorn. I also read the Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood as a teen and I think it had a great affect on my development. I can't call it my fave, because it scares me a little and it's very dark and depressing, but I wouldn't be the person I am today if i had not read it.
• United States
1 Feb 07
Tick Tock by Dean Koontz. It is hilarious,scary, and a great read.
@adbell (65)
• Canada
1 Feb 07
Pride & Prejudice is one of my favourites. I also really like Bachelor Girl by Betsy Israel.
@Smith2028 (797)
• United States
29 Jan 07
1984, Catch 22, Brave New World, The Prince, The Art Of War, The Real America
• Philippines
29 Jan 07
The Hardy Boys series, Nancy Drew, Bobbsey Twins. I read those when I was in Elementary. Malice by Danielle Steele, Silent Honor. Wide Acre was great book, too. Another is Nathan's Run by John Gilstrap. Actually, I have read a lot of good books it's hard to tell which is really my favorite. They are just too many to mention.
@steerpyke (396)
28 Jan 07
I find myself returning to Mervyn Peakes Gormenghast series so that would have to get my vote.