What book did you enjoy so much that you read it twice?
What’s the Title and if possible – name of Author? Thanks
I've read a lot of my favorite books twice over!
Some of them are:
Harry Potter (all 7 books)
Time of the Twins, Test of the Twins and War of the Twins by Margaret Weiss and Tracy Hickman
Valiant by Holly Black
Return of the Native by Thomas Hardy
To name a few!
Houellebecq: The Elementary Particles
Sempe: Le Petit Nicolas
"Lord of the Rings" by Tolkien, "Out of the Ashes" by William H. Johnstone, King of Torts by John Grisham.
Lord of the Rings, J R R Tolkien - read about 8 times!
The Hobbit - J R R Tolkien - read about 4 times.
I simply can't list all the books I've read twice - I used to read a book a day back when I were a young man - and while I waited for new books to come out I re-read most of them! So there's probably a thousand books I've read twice!!!
The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
The Wizard Heir by Cinda Williams Chima
I have read so many books, twice thrice and probably even more. However those that left the most impression on me was Robert Kiyosaki's; Rich Dad Poor Dad, Deepak's; Quantum Healing: Exploring the Frontiers of Mind/Body Medicine and Jean D'Costa's; Escape To Last Man's Peak.
Charles Dickens Great Expectations, Herman Melville's Moby Dick, Richard Paul Evan's Timepiece, to name a few.
Lord of the Rings by J R Tolkein has to be one of my favourite books of all time. I have read it at least 6 or 7 times (had to buy a new copy because my first one fell to pieces). I found something new in it every time I read it. Much loved.
I want to add 'the Kite Runner' and 'the land of a thousand splendid suns' and all the Harry Potter books, The House with the Green Door - I think part of the Scots Quair by Lewis Grassick Gibbon. Oh and --- and --- and ---- Loads more. I am a wordaholic and have been known to read the back of a corn flakes packet if there is nothing else to read (does that count?)
When I was very little: White Fang By Jack London, I also read all the Harry Potter Books in more than one language, if that counts as reading it more than twice. The Three Musketeers by Alexandre Dumas and hmm, can't remember. It's been a long time since I had the time to read a book.
How much space do I get, here? My list is HUGE.
The first book I ever read and had to immediately re-read was "Armor" by John Steakly. I have of course read J.R.R.Tolkien's "The Hobbit" and the Rings Trilogy three times, at least. I'm easily on my 20th re-read of Dale Carnegie's "Win Friends and Influence People." I also like to re-read the current conservative standards like Michelle Malkin's "Unhinged" and "Culture of Corruption" as well as Jonah Goldberg's "Liberal Fascism" (which should be required reading in any American History class).
I went through a period in my late teens when I read all of the John Norman "Gor" novels in print (17 books back then, now up to 27, I think) 3 or 4 times. David Weber and David Drake are my current fiction favorites. I've read Weber's 8 tome "Honor Herrington" series (which begins with "On Basilisk Station") twice, and I'm on my 12th re-read of his "In Fury Born."
I'd better stop now, because I could go on like this for hours.
Ok, I know I'm putting myself out there on this one, but I am going to confess this. . . I read the entire Twilight Series by Stephanie Meyer - twice.
Please keep the laughter down a little. . .
The Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver . One of the best books, ever. I have read it a lot more than two times though!
A book I found myself reading over 10 times is Rich Dad Poor DAD by Robert Kiyosaki.
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