WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE BOOK? (Page 4)

Geoff 
Geoff: "Thud" by Sir Terry Pratchett, fantastic and intelligent story-teller
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otcclass
otcclass: to kill a mockingbird
by harper lee
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crazzychick
crazzychick: Twilight of course. but the House of Night series, Evernight, Wake, the Uglies..ummmm and so many more i cant think of right now
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urbanhermit
urbanhermit: Vimy by the late Pierre Berton.
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VancouverSarah
VancouverSarah: The Name of the Rose by Umberto Eco.
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urbanhermit
urbanhermit: Good choice.
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tweetylover1969
tweetylover1969: Actually all Nora Roberts books are my favorites I'm reading Midnight Bayou now!!!!!!!
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otcclass
otcclass: Cassie Edwards is a great author, too
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wimbo
wimbo: MOON PALACE BY PAUL AUSTER WOULD BE A CANDIDATE ETCETERA
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wimbo
wimbo: PS RUSSIAN LITERATURE IS EITHER DEPRESSING OR A CONSEQUENCE OF COMPLETE INSANITY. DOSTOJEVSKI IS SIMPLY DANGEROUS
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pAuL DaVid
pAuL DaVid: See spot run.
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sporty71
sporty71: my favourite is Queen of the Damned by Anne Rice
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Kiwigirlpwns!!!
Kiwigirlpwns!!!: I have loads of favourites!
A few of mine are: Dreamweaver and Picture maker by Penina Spinka
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Kalla
Kalla: As it always happens, my favourite "Book of the Moment" is 'The Songs of Distant Earth.' Next week, it'll probably be yet another book!
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saraspringxx
saraspringxx: Catcher in the Rye! for sure! has always been my favorite since highschool!
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tuka
tuka: books that really impressed me were jane Eyre,Ada Dallas,and Prozac Nation
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glm17
glm17: sands of time by sidney sheldon, its fast action,very interesting,full of suspence.its a must read.
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TEHUTI09
TEHUTI09: Ancient Egypt Light of the World by Gerald Massey
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TEHUTI09
TEHUTI09: anything by Anne Rice and Patricia Cornwell.
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Purple_Rain
Purple_Rain: Shantaram - Gregory David Roberts

It's an incredible story crafted with some of the most beautiful language I've ever read.
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abstrectchrist
abstrectchrist: American Psycho
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john1576
john1576: Foundation, by Issac Asimov. The first three books of the series were a 'ripping read', but the ones that followed were Issac just 'Hacking'.
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ancientmariner
ancientmariner: Imajica - Clive Barker

As far as I am concerned...his finest work.....
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pAuL DaVid
pAuL DaVid: Green eggs and ham.

Author: Some Doctor
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abstrectchrist
abstrectchrist: I own that ancient, lol still have yet to read it though, I know he does excellent fantasy though since i got through all of The Great and Secret Show in a good half a year.
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