whats the title of ur fav book?? (Page 3)
Blue_Sky123: I like historical romance books, if you do so, then i recommend you to read "Desiree", "The rose and the Sword" and "Josefina". all of them are related to Napoleon Bonaparte life.
"The Little prince" and "The Secret" are two good books which you should think about them after reading.. I liked them too.
pr_girl: the 3 parts of DALE CARNEGIE about success. I suggest you if you didn't read them , for the others, too. I have read only 2 parts. You've got a pretty good number of books here. T'hat's so good you asked this question. You arose on me the need to read. I didn't do it for a long time. From reading we can learn, gain a lot, feel better in/forget bad moments, put away the monotony, ...
mythgeek2010: My favorites are The Great Gatsby, Othello, King Lear, Wuthering Heights and Jane Eyre at the moment.
sweetgirlz891: its name is 'secret'..its a love story and an old one but it has a really big secret that you can't expect from that and when you got the ending you will notice what it was means by the 'secret' coz you never can find the answer without reading their history first...just a suggestion but i wonder if that book still easy to be found now coz i read it bout 5 years ago lol
retaardvark: The World As Will And Representation - Arthur Schopenhauer
The Seven Mysteries of Life - Guy Murchie
The Outsider - Colin Wilson
Bytr: My favorite book is A Tale of Two Cities. It's just brilliant! Maybe everybody has read this book, but it doesn't seem like I meet many people who have. It's really his best book and if you are going to read one, this is it. My second favorite is Jennifer Wilde's Love's Tender Fury, which may be her best novel as well considering another one I looked through. As a matter of fact these are both historical romances.
Blue_Sky123, have you read A Tale of Two Cities yet?
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SlaveWaterNymph8288: Well Bag of bones by Stephen king, is better than the rest of his books. Then i love to read Black Jewel trilogy by Anne bishop, also all the Victorian Era books are good. Like the classics and such
miss dynamyt: the kite runner and a thousand splendid suns .... great books.... but im a sucker for nicholas sparks books along with james patterson and nora roberts...
SlaveWaterNymph8288: If you like classics, i like Victor Hugo novels. Also, im reading Vanity fair now, which is pretty good. Also Victorian time era, like the French woman, im reading. Or if you like mystery, Agatha Christie is very excellent.