What's your favorite book?

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  • wrknonmedaily
    wrknonmedaily Posts: 203 Member
    edited January 2016
    Hands down. Stephen Kings 11/22/63. It has friendship, love, lost and hurt. It has a way of pulling you in. I often have to look around and remember where I am at. It made me laugh, cry and wonder about stuff like what if this really was. Read it twice listened to it 3 times. Love his books. Got my first book for my 15th birthday IT and have not stopped reading his stuff.
  • clensor1955
    clensor1955 Posts: 187 Member
    Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell
  • TheRoadDog
    TheRoadDog Posts: 11,793 Member
    Swan Song by Robert McGammon. It's kind of like The Stand bt Stephen King, but on steroids.
  • JeffreyMGiron
    JeffreyMGiron Posts: 3,582 Member
    On Winter's Night a Traveler

    Italo Calvino
  • FabulousFantasticFifty
    FabulousFantasticFifty Posts: 195,833 Member
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    And I must comment about the amazing job that they did when casting for the movie! The Characters were so close to how I imagined them when reading the book! :smile:
  • DWBalboa
    DWBalboa Posts: 37,197 Member
    I'm at home with a good old tech manual!
  • FabulousFantasticFifty
    FabulousFantasticFifty Posts: 195,833 Member
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    And I must comment about the amazing job that they did when casting for the movie! The Characters were so close to how I imagined them when reading the book! :smile:

    except for Harold. the kid that played him didn't look at all as doofy and fat as he should have.
    but still. we did get an amazing Tom Cullen in Bill Fagerbakke. M-O-O-N that spells good casting.

    I know right?? M-O-O-N that spells Tom was Awesome!!! ;)
  • sw33tp3a15
    sw33tp3a15 Posts: 1,674 Member
    Another one of mine is Maybe Someday from Colleen Hoover
  • FabulousFantasticFifty
    FabulousFantasticFifty Posts: 195,833 Member
    Here's another really good one!
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