I Want to Know Your Favourite Book

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    The Sorrows Of Young Werther By Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe

    The Sorrows Of Young Werther By Johann Wolfgang von Goethe is by far my favourite book. It is a book written in the autobiographical sense about von Goethe's own life. It is an amazing book filled with love, heartbreak and sorrow. (Copied off Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia...
    TheWanderingSupertramp TheWanderingSupertramp
    26-30, M
    2 Responses Mar 10, 2010

    Flowers In the Attic

    My favorite book is Flowers in the attic by Virginia Andrews, and all the other books in that series. I read them years ago and have read them loads of times since. I gave them away when I moved just over a year ago but really want to get myself some new copies, they are the kind...
    31-35, F
    3 Responses Oct 31, 2007

    The Periodic Table by Primo Levi.

    Warm, funny, kind, sad and joyful all in one. Just utterly human. I'm trying to learn Italian simply to read it in the language it was written in..
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    Mar 19, 2014

    The Maximum Ride Series Is The Best

    THE MAXIMUM RIDE SERIES IS THE BEST for me other books just make me wanna throw them at the wall or stop reading them but maximum ride is diffrent all things maximum ride based are my kind of thing james pattersonis an amzing writer but i will be mad at my fav author if he dosen...
    kathyorihara kathyorihara
    18-21, F
    Dec 15, 2011

    The Runaway - Martina Cole

    I cannot praise this book enough. It was at the time when I started to really appericate books. The time when I realized that anytime I was bored I could just curl into bed with a cup of tea and a good book. My mother is one of the biggest book worms I know. Every three weeks...
    NoPointinLying NoPointinLying
    22-25, F
    Aug 5, 2012

    I Can't Name Just One

    So here's a couple of the best: Ender's Shadow by Orson Scott Card- That has to be one of the best books I've ever read. The whole series is really amazing, but that one has to be my favorite. A Million Little Peices by James Frey- Yes, I know it's all a lie. But that doesn't...
    garbanzobean garbanzobean
    22-25, F
    2 Responses Aug 24, 2008


    There are too many to list, but if I had to pick just one, it would be Roots, by Alex Haley.
    maeberry maeberry
    31-35, F
    Jul 6, 2009

    What Dreams May Come By Richard Matheson

    A very very special book,i read all the time.. what happens when we die and how strong love is,how chris-the character describes everything and his love for ann...a book that touches ur heart and transfers u there...we also go to paradise too where we create with our minds...
    amysangels amysangels
    22-25, F
    Mar 10, 2010

    It's My Name! Why Wouldn't I?

    My absolute favorite book is 'Listen for Rachel' by Lou Kassem. It's a beautiful story about a girl, Rachel, who is growing up during the civil war, and she helps people, she's a healer, or a doctor. I usually hate romance, but this is a sneaky romance book, you don't really know...
    rechie1984 rechie1984
    22-25, F
    1 Response Jan 27, 2008

    Vita Brevis

    I loved it when I read it and would love to see it turned into a movie!
    czaristacrystals czaristacrystals
    36-40, F
    May 28, 2011

    'Imperium' By Robert Harris

    a great historical genre writer , some brilliant books on Ancient Rome
    whosyourman whosyourman
    22-25, M
    Mar 15, 2013

    Science Fiction of Course

    Dune by Frank Herbert It is such an amazing book, it creates a whole, brand new world and galaxy. He looks so deeply into the manipulative power of religion, the way governments work, how overthrowing governments work, the idea of a "messiah," how jihads can start and...
    JonFurniss JonFurniss
    18-21, M
    1 Response Apr 3, 2008

    Any Sugggestions??

     Howdy, do ya kno any books like the bell jar??
    heartlessangellll heartlessangellll
    22-25, F
    1 Response Jul 2, 2009

    Assasin's Quest - Robin Hobb

    I was bleak and disappointed when it ended! I wanted it to carry on and on and on.
    LeeLee2684 LeeLee2684
    26-30, F
    1 Response Aug 10, 2010

    The Bell Jar

    Sylvia Plath's The Bell Jar. A harrowing tale of mental illness and institutional treatment, very thought provoking.
    AtomicWater AtomicWater
    41-45, F
    Jun 8, 2010

    It's Daft - I Love It!

    Mine has to be 'Sure Fire' by JAck Higgins. I couldn't stop laughing, it got quite daft (it was supposed to be action genre but it was getting daft) I actually think I laughed the most reading that book than I do watching 'The Catherine Tate Show' or something like that.
    Luangi Luangi
    18-21, F
    3 Responses Oct 31, 2007
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