Which book can you read again and again and still enjoy?
The book series I really enjoy and never dulls me have to be the Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling nad the The Pendragon Adventure by D. J. MacHale.Ireally enjoy these series and hope they make new books for both series.
When I was a kid my favorite book was "Without family" by Hector Malot(I think it's translated as "Nobody's boy" in english, I'm not sure though). Anyway, I've read both volumes more than 10 times(I think I read it 12 or 13 times, but I don't remember exactly), when I was in primary school. And I wouldn't mind reading it again one of these days
By the way, I think this thread fots more to "Stories / Simulation / Art -- Books", so I'll move it there.
Jurassic Park never gets old. The author, Michael Crichton, peeves me somewhat but that doesn't change the awesomeness of the book. It's much better than the movie: SPOILER ALERT!
They even use a rocket launcher on a raptor in the book. Good stuff.
ronaldo7 : Here are a few: Seperate Peace by John Knowles,story about boys growing up in a private school during WWII and th eefects of the war changing their views of life and death. Beautiful Boy by Nic Sheff, a father trying to help his son from a lot of drug addictions, Animal Farm, and & The 5 people you Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom
I enjoy Castaways of the Flying Dutchman by Brian Jacques. It's a fantasy book about a mute boy and a black lab. After a while, a guardian angel allows the boy to talk and gives him the ability to communicate telepathically with his dog. They also never age. The angel guides them to certain areas of the world to help people in need. When the people no longer need help, the angel sends a message via a dream that tells them to move on. They basically obey the angel because if they stayed then people would notice their lack of aging. The second half of that book and the two sequels follow his journeys.
Eragon by Christopher Paolini, Artemis Fowl by Eoin Colfer, and The Hobbit by Tolkien. They are some of my favorite books, maybe not the absolute favorites but they are easy reads so I have read them each quite a few times just for the fun of it.
Firstly, all the Harry Potter books. I've read them each at least 4 times over.
Then there's possibly one of my favorite books ever, Time Without End. It's about a Vampire who, before he becomes a vampire in the 1300's, falls in love with the Duke's daughter which is forbidden. Then the black plague hits and basically everyone in town dies, but the two main characters manage to escape. By some fated accident the girl dies. Now every century or so he finds her again reincarnated looking exactly the same, but with a different name and persona. Then after about a week of convincing her to love him again, she's sent a cursed ring and dies again. Finally in like 1997, he finds her one last time and they begin the trial of finding the ring sender. OMG it's so good!!
I've always loved to read Dracula. And then there's a bunch of other types of books I like to read like the Tolkein series, including the Hobbit, the Silmarillion, and the Lost Tales. Oh and if you get the chance, Stray is also a good book. I haven't read the rest in the series yet but I hope to eventually.
I'm also a fan of manga's. FLCL is always excellent, Marmalade Boy, Paradise Kiss, etc.
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I could read that book every single day for the rest of my life and still love it just as much every single time. I don't know what it is about that book, but it's one of my absolute favorite books ever.
I will always simply ADORE the Harry Potter series. I can read them over and over and never grow tried of them. [=
Then there's the first Warrior Cats series by Erin Hunter. I read the first six books back in the 8th grade, one right after another. I was lucky that my middle school library happened to have them all, haha. =P (To be honest, I haven't read any of the other series. >.> )
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy is another one of my favorites. It's nice for a good laugh, haha. [=
Then there's House of the Scorpion by Nancy Farmer, A Series of Unfortunate Events by Lemony Snicket, the Hobbit by JRR Tolkien ... I could go on and on, haha. =P I have loads of books I could read over and over again.