a book you can read more than once???
Anything by David Eddings
Oh my gosh, so many! Harry Potter (all) Where the heart is. Glass Castle. What she Left Behind. Grapes of Wrath. Flowers in the Attic. Hunger games.
Where the Heart Is is SUCH a great book
@Elise yes! It’s my #1! Every couple of years my daughter gets me a new copy because she knows how worn down mine gets lol!
@Brooke that is so sweet!
Yes! I read the HP series at least once a year ?
I’m seeing this letter a lot..can you tell me who wrote it? I’ve tried to research it but I’m at a lost
Amanda it means “following” as in they are wanting to keep up with the comments.
@BethAnn haha oh okay hahaha i feel so dumb right now ???? thank you for telling me?
There’s an actual book titled F (it was written by Daniel Kehlmann)
It can be read over and over many times
“Three men in a boat (saying nothing of the dog)”
Night Angel by Brent Weeks. The entire series is AWESOME!
I read the Harry Potter series at least once a year ?
Memoirs of a Geisha
Most of the Classics- they are books that became classics because so many people reread them many times.
The Red Tent Daughter of the Forest Poison Study Outlander The Other Boleyn Girl
“Shadow of the Wind” by Carlos Ruiz Zafon. “The Cemetery of Forgotten Book” series!
A Confederacy of Dunces.
Crazy Rich Asians trilogy. Hysterical
The Little Prince
Yes!! It was my father’s favorite!!
Water for elephants
Same! One of my favorites!
Any from lani Lynn Vale or leann Asher
The Hummingbird”s Daughter
Skye OMally by Beatrice Small.
Shanna and Ashes in the Wind. Both by Kathleen Woodiwiss.
Dear Aaron by Mariana Zapata Every book by Colleen Hoover The Selection Series
Cabinet of Curiosity
Pride & Prejudice
The Mitford Series
The Betty Crocker Cookbook
A discovery of witches, the night circus, shadow of the Wind
The world according to Garp
I don’t think your own book counts lol
I’ve lost track of how many times I’ve read Anne Bishop’s Black Jewels series. Also Pride & Prejudice
A million little pieces
Did you know he faked that story?
@Kayla yeh after I read it the first time it all came out he lied… I was super mad but I still love reading it, also my friend Leonard is a really good book along with it
I haven’t heard of my friend Leonard. I haven’t read a million little pieces either, but I think my mom has it. The guy says he believes some of it to be true despite it being fake. But I mean even fiction usually has a tinge of truth to it
My friend Leonard is what leads up to a million little pieces … I think, it may be after a million little pieces. It’s been years since I read it
Of course I love you till I get some one better
Travels with charley
The Collected Stories by Deborah Eisenberg: I’ve read some of the stories 20 times. Some of them you *have* to read 20 times. 🙂
I read every book more than once! Whatever i persue, i persue it body and soul!
Interview with the vampire
Anything by David Gemmell
The nightingale to start with. The list is endless !
Afterlife Saga…. 12books plus spin offs. Epic, Epic story. Horror, romance, thriller, fantasy, adventure. Its got it all
November 9 by Colleen Hoover. Matilda by Roald Dahl. Wicked Lovely by Melissa Marr. Throne of Glass series by Sarah J. Maas. The Princess Diaries by Meg Cabot (i grew up with these ?)
To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee
None sadly, once I know the story I don;t get same enjoyment reading a second time plus far too many books I want to read
The Fault in Our Stars
East by Edith Pattou
Jane Eyre ❤
Ransom my heart
The James Herriot books, including All Creatures Great and Small.
The British FrontLine by… Me! 😀
I’ve got your book, “Desert OverWatch”. Haven’t read it yet, but it’s in line to read.
Thank you, R Lawrence, I hope you enjoy it. If you like it and want to see where the ending takes the story in book 2 I’ll be happy to gift it too you.
Thomas J Eyre that would be fantastic, but I checked my Nook and discovered I also own “The British Frontline”.
And here they are:
I’ve tried to find them in paper but have been unable to do so. Are they just available in ebook format?
No my friend PM me your address and I will post you an autographed copy of Desert OverWatch as I have a few spare copies of that, but you can get the paperback of The British FrontLine here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1980494673/
war and peace
Barnes & Noble’s “Pocket Book of Poetry”
I’ve got dozens of poetry books I read over and over.
The crime and the punishment by destofisky The islam between the east and west by begovitsh
هتقرفيني فعيشتي هنا كمان?
يعني انت سبتي جروبات العرب كلها وجاية تسالي الخواجات
لا تعلم اللغة
Lady Living Alone
I have rarely reread a book and most of those were during my childhood. There are too many books out there that I haven’t read yet to spend my time rereading a book.
Never reread a book.
Pride and Prejudice. It’s always a debate for me between rereading a book I could get more out of and moving on to a new one. Too many books, too little time…
Out of Africa
The Loch, Dinosaur lake(1-4),anything by Steve Alten, James Rollins, Matthew Reilly, Douglas Preston /Lincoln Child.
The Phantom of the Opera and Howl’s Moving Castle
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