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What's Your All-Time Favorite Book?


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Mine has got to be Stephen King's "The Stand" ... has anyone else read it? I re-read it every few years and still get new stuff out of it. I think it's the best thing he has ever written.

I'm kind of a fan of end-of-the-world books and a huge sci-fi reader.


Trust me, I'm The Doctor.
So far it's Catch-22 by Joesph Heller. I just love that book. The structure and language, and just the struggle that Yossarrian has to go through. It's perfect for me and my life.


~Lucky 13 strikes again~
That's an easy one...Douglas Adams The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy.


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My favorite non-technical book is probably Eye of the World by Robert Jordan. I remember when I first read the book in High School, I used to play hookie so I could read a couple chapters.


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What? No one's favorite is the "Little House on the Prairie" series or something like that? We indeed are deep thinkers on this forum. :)


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I really liked the Jurassic Park and Lost World novels by Michael Crichton.

My favorite book that I HAD to read back in my high school days was "Animal Farm." I thought it was a really good story actually, and the fact that it used symbolism to compare to Stalin was very interesting as well.


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It's a toss up between Little Women and The Crosswick Journals by Madeleine L'Engle .


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My all time favorite?? I hate questions like this where I can only pick one 'cause it is way too hard for me to choose. I am a book junkie.

I guess if I have to pick just one....can you tell I am stalling and still thinking. And I bet once I type one and hit the submit button I'll go.....Doh! And wish I had chosen something else.

I think though that I am going to choose To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee.

And....the Little House series is written by Laura Ingalls Wilder. If you want to learn more about them go here:
Little House Books

I was very excited as a child when I got to visit the birth place of Laura Ingalls Wilder as I loved the Little House books when I was growing up.


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I love The Stand as well. I think I'm going to have to go with King's Dark Tower series though. I might be obsessed with them. Or George R. R. Martin's Song of Fire and Ice series.