What book do you reread the most?

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Re: What book do you reread the most?

Post by GiselleBengochea »

:tiphat: The most read and reread book for me is the Holy Bible, King James Version. This book contains chronology ( the past), it is up to date (present), and it is prescient (futuristic). It is also an acronym for Basic Instructions Before Leaving Earth (BIBLE). It is informative on every subject matter in my life: career choices, project management, business administration, debt consolidation, marriage and relationships, health and most importantly salvation through Jesus Christ. If one follows the precepts and laws as laid down in the Decalogue or the TEN COMMANDMENTS, one will discover true happiness and peace. It is only through the infilling of the Holy Spirit that one can keep these laws. There is no greater book that has ever been written, it is inspired by the CREATOR OF THE UNIVERSE HIMSELF AND HIS NAME IS JESUS!

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I reread The Great Gatsby quite a bit. It's just a very intriguing book with amusing characters that you miss if you haven't seen in a while.

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Post by Aditya_ak »

Alchemist is one such book which I reread the most. I like to read that book and I never get bored of that!

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My favorite book by far is Anthony Kiedis's autobiography. Anthony Kiedis is a member of the Red Hot Chili Peppers who battles any demons throughout his life. It is a wonderful story about overcoming obstacles, recovery, and finding your meaning in life. Not to mention I love their music. I read this book every summer, sometimes twice a year. I have read it so much the cover is worn from my hands where I hold the book and the pages are falling out!

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The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Not only is he one of my all time favorite writers, The Great Gatsby is one of my favourite novels. It always seems to move me, no matter how many times I re-read it.

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Little women is my all time favorite and most beautiful re read. Aristotle and Dante discover the secrets of the universe is also a fun re read for me.

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Post by MorganKnightOfficial »

I love Of Mice and Men as well!
My favorite book, hands down, is The Book Thief by Markus Zusak. I've read that one at least ten times, in French and English. It's really a fantastic piece of literature - a mojor artwork.

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Post by brown_gal »

The book i reread the most is probably Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. I love the story, the narrative and Ms. Austen's style of writing. It's a fantastic book.

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Post by Kawther22 »

The Little Prince by Exupery. I reread some sections of it from time to time because it has some very memorable and wise sayings.
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Post by +hoalsam123 »

I have reread Little women many times . I like it because it is an amzing classic novel.I don't like such novels usually but this is amazing.

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Born a Crime by Trevor Noah

It's about apartheid and is a masterpiece :tiphat:

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Post by Dee_Robert »

I used to reread The GodFather quite a lot. Now My all time Favorite is The Bible

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Post by jennydelacruz »

The books that I reread the most are The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho and Psycho-Cybernetics by Maxwell Maltz. These books are my go-to when I am doubting myself and feeling a little overwhelmed and scared.

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Dork diaries. I don't know why, but it really makes me feel good and nostalgic.
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Post by Ade-bello »

The books that I can't help but re-read a lot are Purple hibiscus, half of a yellow sun by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. She is quite a fascinating writer and I am able to relate so well with her books

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