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Which book do you like most?

can you tell me which book do you like the most?
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  • I can't tell you a favorite book, but some books I have enjoyed recently:

    Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins (series)

    Gone by Michael Grant (series)

    The Maze Runner by James Dashner (series)

    Try The Nest Book Club board for some good recs!

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  • Try the new classics:

    The Outsiders, Catcher in the Rye, Go Ask Alice, The Drifters, all of trhe Harry Potter series books.:)
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  • I love any and all Neil Gaiman. The Graveyard Book and Stardust in particular.
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  • My current favorite is Slammed by Colleen Hoover. 
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    pillars of the earth ***

    hunger game series

    any calvin and hobbes book

    11/22/63

    the beginner's goodbye

    mao's last dancer

    extremely loud and incredibly close

    the art of racing in the rain ***

    the divide

    crazy love

    the constant princess

    holidays on ice

    unbroken: a world war ii story of survival, resillence and redemption ***

    why my 3rd husband will be a dog

    happy accidents

    magnificent desolation: the long journey home from the moon

    the immortal life of henrietta lacks ***

    the regan diaries

    water for elephants

    after the fire: a true story of friendship and survival

    the vanishing act of esme lennox

    any shel silverstein poetry book ***

    the shawshank redemption

    the glass caslte

    how to say goodbye in robot

    the guernsey library and potatoe peel pie society

    unaccustomed earth

    the namesake

    the painted veil ***

    ender's game ***

    in cold blood ***

    as nature made him: the boy who was raised as a girl

    firestarter

    the memory keepers daughter ***

    the golden mountain: beyond the american dream

    bridge to terabithia ***

    the kite runner

    the help

    flowers for algernon

    eat of eden

    who moved my cheese

    in her shoes

    the choice

    letter to my daughter

    stolen innocence ***

    too fat to fish

    stick to drawing comics monkey brain: cartoonest ignores helpful advice

    the reader ***

    three weeks with my brother

    the last song

    the bill jar

    memoirs of a geisha

    1984

    jane eyre ***

    flowers for algernon ***

    obviously i'm an avid reader.  all those with stars are the ones i think you really shouldn't miss.  but you can click on my goodreads link in my sig and see the list of the stuff i've read.  there you can click on the titles to see if you're intereted in them by their blurbs.  really advise you check out the site if you don't know about it already.  it has rounded out my reading a lot.  there's some great freebies and other neat stuff there, too.

    good luck!

     
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  • image Kat174:


    ROFL at the variety of that list. I love that go from Pillars of the Earth to "any calvin and hobbes book"

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  • I love series that way when you find a good one and race through the book you have another waiting for you. some good series are Game of thrones by George RR Martin, Sword of Truth by Terry Goodkind, Sookie stackhouse novels by Charliene Harris and Lords of the underworld (if you like romance novels) by Gena Showalter
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  • I read a little of everything..
    I'm more into horror and mystery...

    these are just some of my favorites for now..

    Iris Johansen's - The Ugly duckling
    Gone Girl- Gillian Flynn
    and so on..

    My favorite author: Iris Johansen


  • A Great and Terrible Beauty by Libba Bray.

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  • Neil Gaiman's American Gods<3
  • Anything by Neil Gaiman.
    Most things by Haruki Murakami.
    Anything by Gregory Maguire, but especially Wicked.
    The A Song of Ice and Fire series (new addiction).
    Lord of the Rings.
    The Harry Potter series.
    The Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver.
    A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith.
    Les Miserables by Victor Hugo.

    Many, many more, haha.
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