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My favorite book

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I like reading novels.
Harry Potter is one of my favorite. Whenever I am bored, I will want to read.
I used to like to read comic book, but now I seldom see.
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I like reading classic, but literature of XX century has especially place in my soul, there are a lot of reviews and my thoughts about various books and authors of modernism on PapersOwl. The Fitzgerald's book "The Great Gatsby" - this is a brilliant work on the depression in the 20's in the US and it was left a huge impression on me. Advise!
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Hi, I'm Klaudia. I like read psychology books especially those that explain the behavior of other people and motivate to action.
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My all time favorite books are ''The Picture of Dorian Gray'' by Oscar Wilde, ''Dracula'' by Bram Stocker, ''Count Monte Cristo'' by Dumas and ''The Collector'' by John Fowles. I also love entire Harry Potters series.
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Poor dad rich dad is a good book as well
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jlaus wrote: Mon Oct 28, 2019 7:45 am Poor dad rich dad is a good book as well
reedus wrote: Sun Mar 31, 2019 1:03 pm great gatsby is good book, i like it too
Can you send book link
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Feated wrote: Wed Apr 11, 2018 3:00 pm I like reading classic, but literature of XX century has especially place in my soul, there are a lot of reviews and my thoughts about various books and authors of modernism on PapersOwl. The Fitzgerald's book "The Great Gatsby" - this is a brilliant work on the depression in the 20's in the US and it was left a huge impression on me. Advise!
Did you watch the film? ı like read book before watch the film.
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My favorite book is Blindness. Book's author is Jose Saramago. This book' s subject is pandemi. ıf you looking for read a book nowadays, you must read this book.
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The Subterraneans by Jack Kerouac. I loved it, when I read it.
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I recommend War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy.
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I'm a novel's reader too! Last weekend I finished Jane Eyre, I adored so much this book, now I'm rereading Odyssy. But I know that it won't be a easy book, that I will read fast, I have to do a lot of seachers.

Well, my favorite book is a portuguese one: Os Maias, by Eça de Queirós.
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Hi,
People who like reading novels then I am going to suggest you two best romance novels and I hope your are going to like.
1. Silver Lights 2 Silver Heels. These are written by Michelle Lynn.
Thanks
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George Orwell's 'Animal Farm' and '1984'.
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A book everyone should read is Little Women. It brings you to another world while reading it...
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My favorite book is The Da Vinci Code by David Brown. I like all of his books because they are very exciting, the plot is very interesting and rich. But this is all fantastic, and I also love the classics. Recently analyzed with a useful resource of Shakespeare's books. I like Romeo and Juliet, this is the story of the most beautiful, pure and true love, even though it looks like a fairy tale, but it seems to me that anything can happen in life, like in a fairy tale, the main thing is to believe in it ;-) {-:
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jlaus wrote: Mon Oct 28, 2019 7:45 am Poor dad rich dad is a good book as well
i actually had it for my assignment as a book report. quite an insightful and motivating piece of work
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I love Call me by your name so much, both the movie and book, the ending is so touching.
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My favourite kind of books is romances. For me the best book is After series by Anna Todd... {-: I have read this four times and now I’m reading for the fifth. Am I totally crazy? :roll:
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Firefox wrote: Thu May 07, 2020 8:31 am I recommend War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy.
Great book, I've read it. I love reading detective stories. Sometimes I read science fiction and motivational books.
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benporier wrote: Fri Jan 14, 2022 2:11 pm
Firefox wrote: Thu May 07, 2020 8:31 am I recommend War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy.
Great book, I've read it. I love reading detective stories. Sometimes I read science fiction and motivational books.
Can you name examples of detectives?
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I won't say so right away. I haven't read many books lately.
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I think the books of generations, the epochal works of the screen are Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, Game of Thrones, Master and Margarita.
Personally, I have recently had a lot of fun reading all parts of The Witcher, as well as The Farseer Trilogy (three trilogies) I recommend to everyone. Now I have decided after the film adaptation to dive into the world of Dune.
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