Name that book which you can read over and over again.?Name that book which you can read over and over again.? Mo #questionnaire
All the Bright Places
The Forty Rules of Love
The Neverending Story by Michael Ende
The Dark Tower Series (all eight books) by Stephen King, Weaveworld by Clive Barker
@James I’ve lost count of how many times I’ve read both Weaveworld and The Great and Secret Show
I lvoe Great and Secret Show! (I have the comic and everything that ties into it). I just wish he’d HURRY UP and do the 3rd Book of The Art. Or a new Abarat book.
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Over and over again = more once ….فاكرة لما كتبتي السؤال ودخلت واحدة عدلتلك
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Rebecca By Daphne Du Maurier…It’s Like Reading It For The First Time Everytime
This is on my tbr pile
Awesome Book. Very Well Written…
The Night Circus
Weaveworld by Clive Barker, first read as a teenager and re-read more times than I want too count !!
Mc Beat on Agatha Rasin series I have The witches tree on my tbr pile
The Chosen by Chaim Potok
The Lover by Marguerite Duras
The night circus
The good earth by pearl buck
I don’t read book’s over and over again, because there’s so many new one’s ???
All your perfect
Anything by Stephen King (except Under the Dome). Also anything by Tad Williams
Someone gave me Under the Dome as a gift and it’s been on my bookshelf for about 3 years now… Still unread. I can’t seem to pick it up
@Delecia re-gift it to someone you don’t like 😉
@Delecia.. I loved it!!
I’ve started to read them only once now if I Luke them I keep them if not the charity shop have them
Harry Potter series
Discovery of Witches series
The five people you meet in heaven
I can’t wait to read this. Tuesdays with Morrie is still one of my favorites.
Where the Red Fern Grows
I was so hesitant to read this book, even though I’ve heard great things about it. I literally judged this book by its cover (cliche, I know ??♀️). Once I gave it a chance, I loved it and ended up reading it to my students last school year. I’m going to start it pretty soon with my new set of students.
The Discovery of Witches series. This weekend, I’m going to read it for the 4th time.
To Kill a Mockingbird
The first book of the Dark Materials, Northern Lights, by Philip Pullman.
A Gentleman in Moscow
The Great Gatsby.
The Last American Vampire by Seth Grahame-Smith
Harry potter series!!
The Fault In Our Stars
A Painted House by John Grisham
Harry Potter books
A few: Herzog, American Pastoral, Humboldt’s Gift, Sabbath’s Theater, Light in August, some, but not all, of In Search of Lost Time
An Unknown Woman, Endless Love, Waking the Dead, The Bridge Across Forever, If Wishes Were Horses
Quinn’s woman by Susan Mallery, all of the Anita Blake books by Laurell K Hamilton, All of the Argeneau series by Lynsay Sands, All hollows series by Kim Harrison and there are more than that Just too many to list. I like to reread books, especially if I am in a reading slump.
My familiar stranger by Victoria Danaan.
The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar @Wilde
Smoke books, Keeper’s Chronicles, he Fire’s Stone, Valor Confederation, Enchantment Emporium by Tanya Huff, Paranormal Scene Investigations by Laura Anne Gilman, Harry Potter, The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society, Everything written by Neil Gaiman and many, many more…
Bleak House. Middlemarch. The Portrait of a Lady. Vanity Fair. Mrs. Dallloway.
Out of the 50 or so books I read a year for the last 40 years, there have been less than a dozen I have read more than once. And there have been ZERO that I have read more than twice.
The fault in our stars
The raven cycle series
Harry Potter & Water for Elephants
A Tree Grows in Brooklyn.
Anna Karenina ?
The Great Gatsby.
Very few I read more than once. Those being Shogun, Roots, Memoirs of a Geisha, Thornbirds, Water for Elephants, The Hobitt, and Lord of the Rings books.
Polo By Jilly Cooper
To kill a mockingbird
The Raven Cycle books
HARRY POTTER Ϟ 9¾ ⚯͛ △⃒⃘
Jane Eyre ❤
I absolutely love Jane Eyre also
Hmm.. it’s a lovely classic!
@Elizabeth indeed !
To Kill A Mockingbird
The Witching Hour by Anne Rice
this is on my tbr shelf. I’ve read everything else by her
I love her!! It’s a trilogy the second book is Lasher and the third one is Taltos. Hope you enjoy it as much as I did. Her werewolf duology it’s amazing too, but then again I love all her books including The Violin I don’t understand why it has so many bad reviews.
At my age, you finally realize there is not enough time to read a book twice, you want to get in as much as you can.
The Bible and the Little House books
Damon by Teresa Gableman
Any Harry potter
The Fault in our stars
Any of the Harry Potter books.
Any Harry Potter book, any story or poem by Poe, and all Shakespeare plays.
Harry Potter, I read them every year.
Katherine by Anya Seton; Mila 18 by Leon Uris; the psychangeling series by Nalini Singh; the Merry Gentry series by Laurel Hamilton; Jane Eyre; Rebecca; I only keep books that either blew me away or that I know I’m going to read again. And I still.manage to read 30-40 new books a year as well. I think I may really be a bookaholic?
Ready Player One
The Hitchhicker’s Guide to the Galaxy
Minding Frankie by Maeve Binchey
Lady living alone.
any Maisey Yates Copper Ridge books
Of Mice and Men
The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold
Probably 30 or 40 times, so far.
A court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J Maas and Born of Night by Sherrilyn Kenyon
Harry Potter series. J.K. Rowling is a genius
The “All Creatures Great and Small” series.
Any discworld book
Ransom my heart
None. As soon as I start re-reading a book, I immediately remember most of it so I get bored. I don’t understand how people can do this, but the good news is our diversity! I am excluding poetry — which, for sure, I can read over and over.
Forty rules of Love.