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    I didn't read much, but Catch 22 by Joseph Heller was a pretty good read.
     
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    I'm Loven the new cover art of KINZURDIA! Tell me what you think? Jbnovelwriter.jpg
     
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    I don't really read much anymore these days, but I love Alastair Reynolds' books. They have a lot of great concepts in them.
     
  4. Stephano

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    The Road
     
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    Opinion has changed since i opened this thread, my favorite piece of fiction is now TGAB. The Gods are Bastards, a free to read web serial. 11/10.
     
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    Ready Player One
     
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    My favorite in 2017: A Dog's Purpose
     
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    I like mystery, thriller, and comedy. I also like SCI-Fi, and fantasy as well. But if I had to choose a favorite book, it would have to be Jack Reacher Killing Floor. That book really made me continue to read.
     
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    I now consider The Stranger by Albert Camus to be my favorite novel.
     
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    ....and it's changed again, this time for good, the best piece of fiction EVER conceived is A Practical Guide to Evil. just read this excerpt from it.
    a bit long, but worth it.

     
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    Phantom by Susan Kay !Good use of multiple narrative forms !
     
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    In Search of Lost Time by Marcel Proust and Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes are two of my favourites.
     
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    Oh lord I have so many favourites.

    My current favourite is Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor.
     
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    for a series, it's the chronicles of the imaginarium geographica.

    the thief lord by cornelia funke is good, too.
     
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    The anthology of Edgar Allan Poe.
    But my very favourite so far is:
    Bola de Sebo by Guy de Maupassant
     
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    My favorite book would be Odd Thomas.
     
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    Dang that's hard!
    I'll pick Desperation from Stephen King
     
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    The last stand. Stephen King
     
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    Pride and Prejudice.
     
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