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    It depends if you mean 'best' or really 'favourite'.
    My subjective favourite book is 'A Walk in the Woods' by Bill Bryson.
    If I'm being objective, the best book I've read is either Catcher in the Rye or To Kill a Mockingbird.
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    How Green was my Valley by Richard Llewlleyn
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    Ender's Game.
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    The Book Thief by Markus Zuzak (at the moment at least)
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    Another Bull**** Night in Suck City by Nick Flynn. It's a completely flawless piece of work.
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    I think that my favourite book that I have ever read would be The Miseducation of Cameron Post. I don't really know why, I just really enjoyed it and found it hugely relatable.


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    To kill a mocking bird, Harper Lee. (if there was anything to make me consider law)
    Brighton rock by Graham Greene is also pretty good.
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    The Wolf of Wall Street, brilliant book, if you watched the movie I'd suggest giving it a read, theirs a lot that they did not include in the feature length.


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    The Picture of Dorian Gray - Oscar Wilde
    Forever and always
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    Book called name all the animals by Alison Smith, Its autobiographical. One of those I just picked up out of the library and absolutely loved.
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    My favourite book is and the mountains echoed by khaled Hussein. He also wrote a thousand splendid sun's and the kite runner.
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    Exodus by Julie Bertagna.
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    The city of dreaming books (orig: Die Stadt der träumenden Bücher) by Walter Moers
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    Strong fave that has stood out this summer for me is The Kite Runner.
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    1984 by George Orwell. Blew my 15 year old mind.
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    Casper the commuting cat
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    That's damn difficult to say - and the more you've read, the more difficult it gets

    I tend to say Love In The Time Of Cholera by Gabriel García Marquez, close contenders being My War Gone By, I Miss It So by Anthony Loyd, The Pianist by Władysław Szpilman and The Hobbit
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    My long-standing personal favourites are The Phantom Tollbooth and Wuthering Heights.


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    Before I Go to Sleep - SJ Watson
    No Time for Goodbye - Linwood Barclay
 
 
 
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