The Algebraist - Iain M Banks. Nothing takes me so far from home
Too many favorites..but I love reading C.S.Lewis books over and over again. They're quite addictive!
Too many of them but now-a-days I am reading A Short History of Nearly Everything by Bill Bryson and its one of my favorite.
The little prince. It was my first book and even now it really speaks to me.
I love to read, period! My main favorite is SCI FI and paranormal romance. My favorite book is probably Blood Crazy by Simon Clark.. It is a tale of survival of a young teen and peers after one day everyone over the age of 17 went crazy and started butchering their children. I couldn't put it down, and read the whole book in one day!
Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter, Mario Vargas Llosa. It's a beautifully written, funny novel - and you discover something new with each read.
Magician by Raymond E Feist, I read it over and over on my 3rd copy
A Clockwork Orange. A close second would be a fiveway tie with Douglas Adams' Hitchhiker series.
by SweetiePie 9 years ago
What is your favorite, fun, feel good novel? Right now I feel most fondly about Frangipani by Celestine Vaite. Her simple prose and heart warming stories about Tahiti just hit the spot. Highly recommend Vaite's books to anyone who loves stories about Tahiti, and I think I will be...
by mrnasir 6 years ago
Which is your favourite book?& why?Give a reason.
by Cathy 6 years ago
What was your favorite book to read as a kid and why?a) What was the name of the book and who was the author?b) If you have children, have you bought the book for your child(ren)?
by Ethel Smith 7 years ago
What is your all time favourite book and why?
by Mohan Kumar 5 years ago
Have you ever re-read a book that was your childhood favourite? What was the experience like?I recently re-read some of my child hood favourites and it was a strange experience - some stand the test of time while others left me disappointed!
by Jim Higgins 6 years ago
What books did you read as a child between the ages of ten and fifteen?I know there are probably a few Hubbers who were born before 1950, and was wondering what books they read as kids. I'm thinking about a Hub along these lines highlighting some I read and still remember names and titles, even...
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