What is your favorite book?

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Rn the Graceling series and the Eon series. But it’s been a while since I’ve read them:dogeLaugh:
Probably will re-read them soon tho
 

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Choosing just one is impossible! lol My all-time favourites are Yoshimoto Banana's Kitchen, Stephen King's IT and Oh Boy! by Marie-Aude Murail. Also Jane Austen's Emma.
 

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the book that i rated 5/5 on goodread were

senlin ascends
the magus
midnight falcon
blood of elves
the hobbit
the last wish
the name of the wind
the last argument of kings
the farthest-away mountain
norwegian wood
lonesome dove
the remains of the day
the valley of adventure
shogun

One of these 3. 1984, We, and Siddhartha.

woww i never realise you were so intellectual hat person :heartpar:
 

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i never realise you were so intellectual hat person :heartpar:
I'm not, I just play one on tv

 
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One book is impossible so instead I will make an in complete list of books that i still think about long after reading lmao

Classics( I read most of these in AP english lmao)
Dantes inferno
Shakespeare Romeo and Juliet, Hamlet, Macbeth
Jane Austen Pride and Prejudice, Emma, Sense and Sensibility
Charles Dickens Great Expectations, Oliver Twist
Mary Shelley Frankenstein
Frances Hodgson Burnet The Secret Garden
Harper Lee To Kill a Mockingbird
Tim O'Brien The Things they Carried
Charlotte Bronte Jane Eyre
Ernest Hemingway The Old man and the Sea, For Whom the bell tolls, The Sun also Rises

{Aldus Huxley A Brave New World
George Orwell 1984, Animal Farm
Ayn Rand Atlas Shrugged, Fountainhead
Ray Bradbury Fahrenheit 451
Phillip K Dick collected works}
I think the dystopian novels are probably the most interesting:poggers:

There's a lot more classics I've read than new books tbh:TzuyuKek:

Fantasy/Fiction
Lord of the Rings
Harry potter
The Historian Elizabeth Kostova
Memoirs of a Geisha Arthur Golden
The Pillars of the Earth Ken Follet
A Game of Thrones Grr Martin
A House of Leaves Mark Z. Danielewski,

I cant remember very many new books that have stuck with me recently tbh
 

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the book that i rated 5/5 on goodread were

senlin ascends
the magus
midnight falcon
blood of elves
the hobbit
the last wish
the name of the wind
the last argument of kings
the farthest-away mountain
norwegian wood
lonesome dove
the remains of the day
the valley of adventure
shogun



woww i never realise you were so intellectual hat person :heartpar:
I have read The name of the wind and I agree with 5/5. It's really great book. I didn't like The wise man's fear that much compare the first book.
I wondering if the last book The Doors of Stone will ever coming out.

Senlin ascends and Shogun is something I have been thinking to read. Have you read rest of The books of Babel? If you have what do you think of them?
 

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I have read The name of the wind and I agree with 5/5. It's really great book. I didn't like The wise man's fear that much compare the first book.
I wondering if the last book The Doors of Stone will ever coming out.

Senlin ascends and Shogun is something I have been thinking to read. Have you read rest of The books of Babel? If you have what do you think of them?

yeah im going to pretend the name of the wind was a stand alone novel :RichPar:

babel book 2 more 3-4/5
 

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yeah im going to pretend the name of the wind was a stand alone novel :RichPar:

babel book 2 more 3-4/5
I see! Yeah I also going to pretend The name of the wind was a stand alone novel :TipPar:
Thank you for reply! :HappyPar:
 
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