WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE BOOK? (Page 9)

marram1620
marram1620: The Alchemist - Paulo Coelho
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suzzy_q80
suzzy_q80: Little House on the Prarie
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Evelyn99
Evelyn99: The Alchemist is a sweet story
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lightinthedark 
lightinthedark: IT by Stephen King
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renea1028
renea1028: Bag of bones
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lightinthedark 
lightinthedark: Bag of bones is great ! I read IT, only on rainy nights. Got so creeped out I looked under the bed before going to sleep
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sagaciousbrother
sagaciousbrother: Anything written by Walter Mosely..yellow dog, devil in a blue dress...I love mystery's
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Understanding189
Understanding189: The Martian and Journey To The Catskills. Both books well written and tend to capture the imagination, sucking the reader in.
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Blackseaod
Blackseaod: Mikhail Bulgakov, The Master and Margarita , it is really great .
You should never ask anyone for anything. Never- and especially from those who are more powerful than yourself (c)
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lightinthedark 
lightinthedark: I learned that years ago
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strywlf
strywlf: Fynn McCool by Morgan Llewellyn
Read in 2 days couldn't put it down
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begoodbike
begoodbike: Who's cooking books are continental good?


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Groovius Maximus
Groovius Maximus: Nineteen Eighty-Four is my favorite novel, followed closely by Robert E. Howard's The Hour of the Dragon. My favorite nonfiction titles are: On the Historicity of Jesus by Richard Carrier, PhD; and Lost Christianities by Bart D. Ehrman.
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