i am trying to find the perfect book that i can read over and over. in need it to be fantasy any...
My first choice is Bible with old and new testament.
My second choice is "If tomorrow comes" by Sidney Sheldon
Fantasy aye, well Harry Potter's fantasy(kind of). Though it will take long to read all over again.
I would also recommend Harry Potter. I re-read the first five books in the series four or five times. Percy Jackson and the Olympians is another great series. I just recently wrote a hub about fantasy book recommendations if you're looking for more ideas:
If it has to be a fantasy tale then it has to be the grandaddy of them all - 'The Hobbit,' followed by, 'The Lord of the Rings,' trilogy by J R R Tolkein.
This guy was a professor of English and linguistics (he translated Beowulf from the original Anglo-Saxon and Norse) - so with his stuff you also get a lesson in the correct use of language.
A book called "The Little Prince" by the french author, Antoine de Saint Exupery. . Is a very good book for young or old to read and it is a kind of a fairytale with good life-lessons in it.
It would have to The Never-Ending Story by Michael Ende - it was made into a film but I suspect the book is a lot better.
by milleramanda53 5 years ago
What is the one book you could read over and over and it never gets old?
by Mena Guy 3 years ago
I'm looking for a new book to read, any suggestions?I enjoy reading fiction books, preferably fantasy. I read Game of Thrones and absolutely loved it. Does anyone have any recommendations for me?
by EJ Lambert 5 years ago
What book did you read constantly as a child?There was always one book that ended up in our hands over and over as children. Which one was yours?
by brit8741 6 years ago
What book can you read over and over?Do you often read books more than once? For me, it's Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers.
by torimari 8 years ago
So, we've been living 2010 now for almost 6 months.I'm a considerable book-a-holic and find it always interesting to see what I've read throughout a year.---------------------------------Anyway, what books have you read so far this year?What were your feelings on them?Do you have a list or idea of...
by 1150kaylamichelle 6 years ago
Is it alright to read more than one book at a time?It seems some people can do i quite easily but for me i always seem to start two at the same time but become uninterested in one and only follow through with one of the books.. Should i still keep trying?
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