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which book that you read would read again?

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I have re-read all of Margaret Atwood's novels. The Robber Bride I have read three times. One of these days I shall probably re-read Barbara Kingsolver's books. Both of these women write many layered stories and deserve a second go.

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On 9/12/2017 at 6:19 PM, doriswullf said:

 

 

I really like to reread The Master and Margarita by  Mikhail Bulgakov.

 

 

 

It's my favorite book! And I like all books by  Mikhail Bulgakov! Now I am reading Heart of a Dog.

 

 

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Harry Potter. I think I re-read the entire series at least 10 times. Although I'm currently re-reading the Lockwood & Co series.

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I am a big sci-go and fantasy fan and I have read too many and some hidden gems I haven’t seen mentioned here:

 

YA category:

Angelfall by Susan Ee - the Penryn & the End of Days trilogy - completed. 

 

Adult:
Lies of Locke Lamora (Gentlemen’s Bastard series) by Scott Lynch (not yet completed but the first three books are amazing!) I prefer these books to Games of Throne.
 
Hard science:
The Three Body Problem Trilogy by Liu Cixin. Not the easiest to read but mind blowing and super original. Thanks to President Obama that I discovered this book.
 
 

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Tuesdays With Morrie By Mitch Albom, No Matter how many times i read IT, I still cry like a baby. The lessons learnt from morrie are so relevant even today:wub:

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It's not kind of book but a comic strip collection by Charles M.Schulz "peanut" what i could says even after years passes his stripes still in fresh topics and related in coming years i guess, there's so many wisdom even sometime sound sarcastic  or cynical but when we get in to the topics surprisingly it's kind of genius phrases.

I love his wonderful senses of humor.

A kind philosopher without a fuss:kiss_wink: to become one.

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Marie Kondo book

Fumio Sasaki on Minimalism

 

Both inspired me to have simpler & more curated life. 

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I am reading again this manga book So, I am reading nidome no jinsei wo isekai de manga here, the manga is one of the best things you can do. This is my favorite.

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