What book do you reread the most?

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Post by Reader3567 » 05 Aug 2017, 04:00

I reread the Harry Potter series a lot. Usually I start with the first book around Christmas time, and then continue reading the other books in the series over the year.

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Post by Spontaneo » 06 Aug 2017, 21:20

I have read Look Great Feel Great by Joyce Meyer about 6 to 7 times. Instead of talking about deep religion and deep dieting, she explains both in easy and commonsense ways. For example, carry water wherever you go.

This is the best lifestyle book you can get. She states in her book that if you saw a run-down church, you'd wonder about the pastor, wouldn't you?

I give it a rating of : 4+

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Post by fayetino » 07 Aug 2017, 22:32

I re read most books in the throne of glass series a lot. I also re read A court of mist and fury which is my favorite in the series so far. it's been a while but I will always enjoy all books frim the falling kingdoms series as well.

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Post by Eva Gallegos » 14 Aug 2017, 07:58

I like Neighbor from Hell Series by R.L. Mathewson. She keeps the humor in all her book and that is why I keep comming back to read them

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Post by strike-aster » 16 Aug 2017, 13:04

Actually, there are a lot. It ranges from books about real life stories, fantasy, adventure and sci-fi. Mostly the book I tend to reread most is Tuesdays with Morrie and the Harry Potter books. They really releived my stress after an exhausting work. It's nice to know that reading a book can really make my day.

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Post by Elle Howard » 19 Aug 2017, 13:31

Probably any book in the Harry Potter series. There is so much detail in each book. Every time I read them I discover new things.

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Post by elderwand » 21 Aug 2017, 07:06

I've reread many of the books in the Harry Potter series. They are still amazing even after I've reread them a bunch of times!

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Post by Lulwa » 21 Aug 2017, 14:11

The dictionary

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Post by Bluecobia » 22 Aug 2017, 22:28

The Cat in the Hat is one I have probability read the most. I have read it to two daughters and two grand daughter's several times each.

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Post by Juliet Esther » 23 Aug 2017, 00:29

The only book i reread a few times holes, other than that i never reread a whole book once I'm through with it. I can only reread a chapter or a sentence that i liked most in the whole book

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Post by AC Michael » 24 Aug 2017, 07:02

The first collection of Roald Dahl's short stories. A favourite is 'Dip in the Pool' - marvellous!

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Post by Zachary Taylor » 25 Aug 2017, 06:37

Given that I am a Latin teacher teaching the Aeneid I almost certainly read that poem the most. Not a bad option if you have to read some work of literature over and over. And I continue to discover new complexities in the poem each time I explore that fantastical world of gods and heroes.

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Post by MyAustin616 » 30 Aug 2017, 11:09

I read the entire Grey Wolves series by Quinn Loftis over and over. It's such a good YA/NA paranormal romance series. It never gets old.

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Post by GPM » 01 Sep 2017, 06:49

A Walk to Remember by Nicholas Sparks. I just did not read it twice, but I also watched the its film twice. It was so full of emotions, and it involves many elements of life such as guilt, acceptance, love and repentance.
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Post by elderwand » 01 Sep 2017, 12:58

I reread the Harry Potter books

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