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What's your favorite book?

270 comments · save · last comment by Raiza V. 1 year ago

Cassandra Lee

Cassandra L.

ST. PAUL, MN,
United States

33 posts

I've got to say mine is the Princess Bride by William Goldman. But my favorite author is Neil Gaiman, and I love anything he puts out.

almost 9 years ago

#251
I L L Y

I L L Y

Europe

13 posts

"Lolita", Vladimir Nabokov.
I was 13 when I first read it. Lana Del Rey didn't take over yet and people thought I was crazy.
I still adore it.

0 · June 10, 2014

#252
Cristina Calciati

Cristina C.

MILAN,
Italy

3 posts

The fault in our stars.... So touching

0 · June 18, 2014

#253
Caroline Louis

Caroline L.

PARIS,
France

19 posts

The trial, Kafka !

0 · June 19, 2014

#255
Sarah K.

Sarah K.

WONDERLAND,
Slovenia

7 posts

My fav book and movie of all times is THE GREAT GATSBY <3 <3 <3

0 · September 3, 2014

#256
Landri Gong

Landri G.

China

8 posts

Just kids by Patti Smith
Christiane F. - Wir Kinder vom Bahnhof Zoo

0 · September 6, 2014

#257
Hanin Hamed

Hanin H.

ABU DHABI,
United Arab Emirates

32 posts

Eleanor and Park - Rainbow Rowell

0 · September 6, 2014

#258
Lara C

Lara C.

LONDON,
United Kingdom

50 posts

The perks of being a wallflower

0 · September 10, 2014

#259
Joannabrousseau

Joannabrousseau

India

2 posts

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen's

0 · December 11, 2014

#260
Matt Mueller

Matt M.

LOS ANGELES,
United States

13 posts

Lolita or Slaugherhouse 5. Maybe A Visit From the Goon Squad.

0 · August 14, 2015

#261
Kim Shea

Kim S.

MONTRéAL,
Canada

10 posts

prozac nation

1984

0 · August 26, 2015

#262
Jeanny Valjean

Jeanny V.

Brazil

7 posts

Les Miserables, by Victor Hugo

Wuthering Heights, by Emily Bronte

I love classic literature. <3

0 · November 7, 2015

#263
Lady Grey

Lady G.

CALIFORNIA,
United States

31 posts

Popism- Andy Warhol, Touching from a distance- Debra Curtis, A Zombie's Lament- S.G Browne

0 · February 18, 2016

#264
Anna Anna

Anna A.

THE INTERNET,
Denmark

26 posts

it's gotta be.. the wind-up bird chronicle, by haruki murakami.

0 · April 30, 2016

#265
Lu Blue

Lu B.

CHISINAU, MOLDOVA,
Norway

15 posts

The Wild Sheep Case by Murakami is a great thing. all of his books are great, though

0 · May 21, 2016

#266
Jess Skellington

Jess S.

GERMANY,
Germany

9 posts

I am currently reading the Highland Saga by Diana Gabaldon and the books are absolutely amazing.

0 · July 4, 2016

#267
Caliope

Caliope

BERLIN,
Germany

2 posts

A Song of Ice and Fire. All of them ♥

0 · July 15, 2016

#268
Lilian Anneloes

Lilian A.

GRONINGEN,
Netherlands

60 posts

To kill a mockingbird

0 · October 23, 2016

#269
Eva Hazen

Eva H.

TORONTO,
Canada

15 posts

White oleander , The virgin suicides, & LOLITA

0 · October 30, 2016

#270
Raiza Vasquez

Raiza V.

ALBERTA,
Canada

4 posts

Maya Angelou's collection of poems
It's something one can read over and over again as if it's always the first time. I think the poems becomes even more powerful once it becomes relative to your personal life. She's just an incredible poet!

0 · November 7, 2016

  

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