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1) The Fountainhead - Ayn Rand
2) The Prophet - Kahlil Jibran
3) Lord of the rings Triology - J.R.R Tolkien
4) The godfather - Mario Puzo
5) One of the lighter reads. Twilight maybe. :p
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o1. Desperation by Stephen King.
o2. Cell by Stephen King.
o3. Cradle and All by James Patterson.
o4. Heart-Shaped Box by Joe Hill.
o5. Jack the Ripper: The Facts by Paul Bogg // OR // Hearts in Atlantis by Stephen King.
Yeah. Those would be my five. They're all books that taught me something about life, even if I've forgotten the lesson by now. I'd love to find the time to read them all again.
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Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury
Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keyes
Hitch Hiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams
Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card
Hearts for Atlantis by Stephen King (the first part only)
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5. The Fountainhead -Ayn Rand
4. Lord of the Flies -William Golding
3. Ender's Game -Orson Scott Card
2. Lord of the Rings -J.R.R Tolkien
1. Franny and Zooey -J.D Salinger
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1. Watership Down, Richard Adams
2. A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, James Joyce
3. Ishmael, Daniel Quinn
4. The Count of Monte Cristo, Alexander Dumas
5. War and Peace, Leo Tolstoy
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I'm a huge fan of classic lit, so I would have to go with:
--David Copperfield--Charles Dickens
--Crime and Punishment--Fyodor Dostoyevsky
--War and Peace--Leo Tolstoy
--Great Expectations--Charles Dickens
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1.Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte
2.Harry Potter series by J.K Rowling
3.The Haunting of Hill House
4.The Lovely Bones-Alice Sebold
5.A Million Little Pieces
(but im recently reading The Picture of Dorian Gray and something tells me it's going to kick A Million Little Pieces off the list...
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- Favorite Author: Oscar Wilde
- Favorite Book: Wuthering Heights
1.This lullaby by Sarah Dessen
2. Evermore by Alysol Noel
3. Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen
4. Bones of Faerie by Janni Lee Simmons
5. Gossip Girl I Will Always Love You Cecil Von Sichmeash..
LOL LOVE THEM!!!!!!
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Tough question Top 5 books I have read
Plot to Kill The President by G. Robert Baily
VEIL by Bob Woodward
Body of Secrets by James Bamford
A World of Trouble by Patrick Tyler
Compromised (Bush, Clinton and the CIA) by Reed & Cummings
(Tied) Puzzle Palace by James Bamford
There are many more that I really enjoyed reading so much that I have read them over and over.
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Saving Francesca- Melina Marchetta
The People of the Book- Geraldine Brooks
The Tomorrow Series (If everybody else can include series, so can I!)- John Marsden
Breath- Tim Winton
I have to stray from my Aussie authors and include a King novel. Question is, which would be my favourite??
It- Stephen King
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My all-time favorites:
1) Catcher in the Rye - J.D. Salinger
2) Master and Margarita- Mikhail Bulgakov
3) Hamlet- William Shakespeare
4) Orson Scott Card "Ender's Game"
5) E.M. Remarque "All Quiet On The Wester
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I would want my favorite book...
1. The Widow Of The South- Robert Hicks
Got to toss a children's book in there...
2. The Amulet of Samarkand- Jonathan Stroud
My favorite Jane Austen...
3. Pride and Prejudice- Jane Austen
A little mystery...
4. The Hound of the Baskervilles- Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
and because I love dinosaurs...
5. Raptor Red- Robert T. Bakker
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It very hard hard choise only five books:
bride and brijides
I will put these five books in my shelfbooks but I can rent anthor book
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In no particular order of importance
A Small Death In Lisbon - Robert Wilson
North Dallas Forty - Peter Gent
The Shadow of the Wind - Carlos Ruiz Zafon
It - Stephen King
Lord of the Rings - Tolkein (loved the book, bored by the movie)
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- Favorite Author: All of them
- Favorite Book: Every book I ever read
1. Hunger- Knut Hamsun
2. Pale Fire- Nabokov
3. V- Thomas Pynchon
4. Ulysses-James Joyce
5. The Rachel Papers- Martin Amis
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