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Initial post: 16 Nov 2012 11:34:16 GMT
D. Piper says:
What's your favourite read, ever?

Posted on 16 Nov 2012 14:30:42 GMT
Pam Kitchin says:
I've got a couple, I love the Lord of the Rings trilogy, which I got from (then) Ottakers as a single volume, and Birdsong by Sebastian Faulk, which gave me a desire to know about the horrors of the First World War. I would recommend it wholeheartedly.

Posted on 16 Nov 2012 16:19:02 GMT
M. Dowden says:
Moby Dick is still my all time favourite read. A truly great tale.

Posted on 16 Nov 2012 16:35:50 GMT
Anita says:
The Three Musketeers (Vintage Classics)

Seriously! Totally love it!

Not sure about the "favourite ever", but a couple of "just" favourite books:

The Sheltering Sky (Penguin Modern Classics)
The Magic Mountain

Posted on 29 Jan 2013 02:03:41 GMT
Derilium by John Stearn

Posted on 29 Jan 2013 10:27:16 GMT
dawnmcd3 says:
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In reply to an earlier post on 29 Jan 2013 14:02:29 GMT
Niccolo says:
Starblood is the first in a trilogy. The second book is out on kindle Psychonaut (The Starblood Trilogy) and paperback Psychonaut: 2. The third one is in production.
I have read the first two and it stays nice and dark with the story shifting amongst other characters.

In reply to an earlier post on 29 Jan 2013 16:23:08 GMT
The Dark Tower novels by Stephen King

Posted on 29 Jan 2013 17:48:30 GMT
Hasn't anyone read the Outlander series and not think these are GREAT books! [by Diana Gabaldon, USA]

Posted on 29 Jan 2013 19:18:42 GMT
Last edited by the author on 29 Jan 2013 19:20:37 GMT
Sombrio says:
This is pretty much an impossible task, really. And the more I try to think over books which would qualify for my 'best ever read',... the more entrants keep trying to shove each other aside at the door in their efforts to get in.

Perhaps the only way to cut through the scrum is to put down the two that popped first into my mind. Clearly there must be some reason why they leapt immediately to the front of the queue. Whatever that reason is, I couldn't separate my two long-loved favourites by Kurt Vonegut : "Slaughterhouse Five", and "Cat's Cradle"

Posted on 30 Jan 2013 12:33:16 GMT
The Day Of The Jackal. Frederick Forsyth. For me the best thriller ever.

Posted on 1 Feb 2013 15:55:24 GMT
soapnshine says:
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In reply to an earlier post on 1 Feb 2013 20:33:20 GMT
charlie says my favouritr is the good soldier svejk
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