What book(s) can you read over and over again?

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Some books are just so enjoyable that you can read them over and over again and still love them as much as you did the first time! :love:

For you, what book(s) are the ones which you could reread multiple times without getting bored? :teeth:

In my case, that was 'The Knights of Emerald' by Anne Robillard when I was a child I read the first two volumes so many times that I lost count :lol:
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(Original post by Michiyo)
Some books are just so enjoyable that you can read them over and over again and still love them as much as you did the first time! :love:

For you, what book(s) are the ones which you could reread multiple times without getting bored? :teeth:

In my case, that was 'The Knights of Emerald' by Anne Robillard when I was a child I read the first two volumes so many times that I lost count :lol:
Read "Harry Potter and The Cursed Child" too many times :lol:
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For me will be shakespeare books , peter rabbit , the hobbit and recently over the years , the maze runner series .
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The Infected series by Andrea Speed. I fell in love with these books in 2015 and it remains my favourite series: an urban fantasy/mystery set in Seattle where in a manner similar to HIV a werecat virus spread. The protagonist, a private detective and lion shifter named Roan McKichan, is my favourite book character of all time. :heart:

Also, Nineteen Eighty-Four by George Orwell and The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde. Two of my favourite books of all time and I can re-read them over and over without getting sick of them.
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I used to be able to read any book over and over again... now I just can't. Which is annoying because I have to find a new book to read even if they're not as good.
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brandon sanderson all the way
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Read "Harry Potter and The Cursed Child" too many times :lol:
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is a play; not a book.
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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is a play; not a book.
You can still read it...
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Read "Harry Potter and The Cursed Child" too many times :lol:
Noooo :sad: once was enough for me, it was crapola. The original seven books though... :coma:

Also The Magicians trilogy, which I'm currently rereading, and MASH, which I haven't yet reread this year.
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Noooo :sad: once was enough for me, it was crapola. The original seven books though... :coma:

Also The Magicians trilogy, which I'm currently rereading, and MASH, which I haven't yet reread this year.
I love the original 7 book but I still really like "The Cursed Child" I'd love to watch it but it is also well written
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Frank Herbert's Dune, huge dense scifi bugger and I tend to pick up new layers or nuances when I reread it years later
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I love the original 7 book but I still really like "The Cursed Child" I'd love to watch it but it is also well written
I am disappoint. How do you reconcile the continent-sized plotholes?
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(Original post by Michiyo)
Some books are just so enjoyable that you can read them over and over again and still love them as much as you did the first time! :love:

For you, what book(s) are the ones which you could reread multiple times without getting bored? :teeth:

In my case, that was 'The Knights of Emerald' by Anne Robillard when I was a child I read the first two volumes so many times that I lost count :lol:
Karma Sutra is one of my all time favorites
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I am disappoint. How do you reconcile the continent-sized plotholes?
I won't
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Karma Sutra is one of my all time favorites
Without the pictures it's as boring as whaleshit.
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I won't
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(Original post by Tootles)
Without the pictures it's as boring as whaleshit.
use your imagination!


(Original post by Tootles)
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The only book I've read more than twice is my first edition of: The Hobbit
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(Original post by Michiyo)
Some books are just so enjoyable that you can read them over and over again and still love them as much as you did the first time! :love:

For you, what book(s) are the ones which you could reread multiple times without getting bored? :teeth:

In my case, that was 'The Knights of Emerald' by Anne Robillard when I was a child I read the first two volumes so many times that I lost count :lol:
The Inheritance Cycle.. I've read them all at least ten times over
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You can still read it...
That still doesn't make it a book, though.
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