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Guest musiklover

which book that you read would read again?

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Guest annarchitetto

I read Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre & Jane Austen's Persuasion over and over again. Sometimes I just jump pages. It's like visiting an old friend. :)

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Guest spicystrawberry

Any of Sophie Kinsella's books :D And of course whole series of The Twilight Saga.

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Guest mintcocoacookies

They aren't books, but manga... I've read many manga's multiple times. Especially Deathnote and other shorter ones.

As for regular books that's I've read... Maybe Dracula. : )

Also the Vampire Academy Series. (I hope that movie is good.)

I'd read Divergent again. (I will before seeing the movie.)

When I was a kid I read Nancy Drew a lot.  : D

I've read Vivian Vande Valde's books multiple times.


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Guest shinhbang

Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe. 

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I second Wicked by Gregory Maguire.  It's surprisingly profound and mind you, this is coming from someone who hated the Wizard of Oz movie.

The Grimm's Fairytales -- gruesome goodness, lol

You can't go wrong with Nancy Drew or anything by Agatha Christie

For graphic novels, I recommend The Last Unicorn by Peter S. Beagle (It's beautiful in black and white but it's nothing compared to seeing the artwork in color). 

I don't know if this counts as self-help, but Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? by Mindy Kaling is pretty entertaining.





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Guest YeongS

Mitch Albom's Five People You Meet In Heaven 

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Guest johnpatric

One is,, The secrete and second one is Kamsutra.. 

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Guest icchank

Eleanor and Park
I loved every second of it. It was somewhat a cliché idea, but it was...different. I don't really know how to explain it. Man it was good, I'm practically drooling as I reminisce.

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Kristin Cashore - Die FlammendeI dont know how its called in english but i know they are also english version of these books of her  :x

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Guest exoel_stv

Harry Potter series!!

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I read Men, Women, and Chain Saws: Gender in the Modern Horror Film. I enjoyed it a lot. It was one of the books recommended by my sociology class and I picked it up for fun.

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I haven't read a book in awhile but I do read. The Scarlet letter is a book I would read again.

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Guest choovely

Anne of Avonlea.

The sexual tension between Gilbert Blythe and Anne Shirley is just amazing. 

 

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Any of the Anne of Green Gables books, and Jane Austens a favorite too.

Oh and Beatrice Smalls! She's a romance author. And Anne Rice!

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