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My favorite book is 1984 by George Orwell.
You can read my quick review of 1984 here.
"That virtue we appreciate is as much ours as another's. We see so much only as we possess." - Henry David Thoreau
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I liked Catcher and the Rye at least from what i can remember of it. i was in the 7th grade when i read it so i really don't remember. i might have to revisit that one. what is the house of leaves about?
My fav book is the Foundation Novels by Isaac Asimov. he somehow paints a mural of an entire galaxy, spanning millions of years, and yet retains the humanity of the story. it's a marathon read, but well worth it. hella good.
Mists of Avalon by Marian Zimmer Bradley ... magical and re-readable.
Anything by Christopher Moore.
I love Shakespeare, Palahunik, Morrisson, and Eggers.
If I had to pick a fovorite book this second though, and I'm going to pretend you have a gun to my head- pick Love pick!
Paradise Lost, Milton.
It speaks volumes, without really taking sides.
that being said, I LOVE the outlander series by Diana Gabaldon. I started reading it whn i was about 21 yrs old and it was the book that made me want to go to Scotland, which I DID. I lived there for an entire year and it was FANTASTIC. The chance to explore another country, to meet new people, to study history in the place where the history WAS made, on and on. I hope if I have children some day, THEY too take the chance for overseas study/travel.
For animal related, my favorite book right now is Marley and Me or Beautiful Jim Key. However, that could change at any time since i read SO MANY great animal-related stories.
Anyway, the point being is how can I decide on JUST ONE???