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I reread Of Mice And Men about once or twice a year. Oddly, I usually read it when I've been feeling down for a while. The book is sad and makes me feel sad, but I guess I like to get lost in a book regardless. Plus, I usually read the book all-the-way through in one night. So, it's probably just that I want to occupy my mind for a while when I read it.
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Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen is another favourite, along with The Silver Metal Lover by Tanith Lee.
I have others though, I'll have to think about those.
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I have read twice other books, like The Perfume, Pride & Prejudice, Harry Potter books, etc., but not as many times as I did those two.
sleepydumpling wrote:It's excellent Rebecca - they cast and adapted it perfectly. And as far as I'm concerned, Colin Firth IS Mr Darcy!
A new addition to my Amazon wish list then! My long, long, long Amazon wish list... One day I will get everything I have there, and I will rule the world.
awelker wrote:i could never get into this book. i read up to the 6th chapter and just put it down i dont know if i was to young at the time or what but i think that i might try again in the coming months.
Try it! It's a great book. Austen is amazingly witty.