Favourite Book?

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  1. Song of storms

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    Pride and Prejudice.
     
  2. lcie nimbus

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    Whatever da fug I'M currently writing.

    now, czuse me, i gotta go finish that 70,000 word chapter so i can snatch that achievement.
     
  3. rustinrj

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    One of my favorite books is The Four Agreements by Miguel Ruiz.
     
  4. sarkwalvein

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    Perhaps "Brave new world", it is very short and nice.
    Or "1984", it is also very short and nice.

    I love those two with some special regard. But I think the one I like the most it is brave new world.
    H.G. Wells' "The Time Machine" is also very nice.

    I think I just like old very short and well written dystopic science fiction.
     
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    Through the Ice. By piers anthony
     
  6. neotank19

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    My favorite book, has to be. That classic fantasy epic, The Lord of the Rings.
     
  7. plasturion

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    I'm reading now A Daughter of the Samurai by Sugimoto. I can't tell this is my best book, but it's very interesting. It's a real story about traditional japanese family told by one member. (so called biography, right?)
     
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  8. haxan

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    All time fav has to be "a tree grows in Brooklyn"
    Also American gods (and everything by Neil Gaiman), Carrie, The Great Gatsby and Jane Eyre. I have so many more but don't know which to include so i'll stick to current fav books.
    Edit: can't believe I didn't include Haruki Murakami. go for any of his books and you'll be good.
     
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    Gosh, Gatsby was great. I read it for the first time on ikureader (ds homebrew ebook reader) - the book was actually included as one of the default books distributed with the homebrew.

    That thing was great. I actually used to read a ton of books on my DS back in the day. I read Brothers Karamazov on there too - a great book if you're looking for something.
     
  10. kinomaniak

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    my favorite book is Harry Potter. And God Father
     
  11. Titanica

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    Does Ace Attorney count as a book...?
    No?

    Well, then my favorite book is Ready Player One.
     
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    Dairy Queen Series by Catherine Gilbert Murdock. I read the books after i graduate high school and leave such a great message to me.
     
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    The Alchemist
     
  14. AmandaRose

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    To Kill A Mockingbird
     
  15. Laghum

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    The whole Revelation Space series by Alastair Reynolds is awesome. I would recommend to read it chronologically.
     
  16. TuxTux

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    Does Wikipedia count as a book?
     
  17. Laghum

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    Yes, i guess?
     
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  18. TuxTux

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    Very impressive photos even if most of the books are just paintings.
     
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