Favorite book

Sorry,got books on the brain!
My favorite is the fault in our stars by john green,but am listening to Eleanor and park by rainbow rowel and
loving it!

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11 replies since 23rd July 2013 • Last reply 23rd July 2013

Hard question is hard! Ahhh!
I can't pick just one as my favorite but the one I love to recommend to other people the most is The Thirteenth Tale so I'll just go with that :]

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The Great Gatsby by F. S. Fitzgerald....absolutely love it!

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I loved The Great Gatsby as well, but my favorite is a book called In the Lake of the Woods by Tim O' Brien. I'm not a reader really, but this book had me glued! It was incredible.

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I read lots of books from romantic novels to factual history but my favorite book of all time must be 1984 by George Orwell. His Animal Farm comes way up my list as well.

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Good Omens by (gods of geekdom) Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett).

It's snarky and irreverent, and not enough people have read it! It's got angels and demons and stuff! It's good, i swear.

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Hmmm... Mine would have to be The Taking by Dean Koontz. Aliens coming to earth to dispose of humans with evil in their hearts, leaving only children and kind adults behind to rebuild the world. It's freaking scary!!

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The Outsider - Albert Camus (A book that you will never forget)
The Book Thief - Markus Zusak (A sad but beautiful book about the Holocaust)
The Amulet of Samarkand - Jonathan Stroud (The first book in the Trilogy about magic)
The invention of Hugo Cabaret - Brian Selznick (half pictures, half words but in whole a wonderful book)

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The whole Harry Potter series <3

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Dearly, Departed by Lia Habel

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SOO many great books out there, but my all time favorite is Steppenwolf by Hermann Hesse. His style is a little different, but he can definitely pull you in and inspire you!

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A thousand splendid suns - Khalled Hosseini (I also loved the kiterunner and I am anxiously looking forward to reading his next book)
The dovekeepers - Alice Hoffman
The Harry potter series
Godverdomse dagen op een godverdomse bol - Dimitri Verhulst
Een schitterend gebrek - Arthur Japin

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